Food and Drink
Open Tuesday - Sunday from 11 A.M.
Gember is the café / restaurant of the adjacent GEM (Museum of Modern Art) and The Hague Museum of Photography. Those who love to be surrounded by modern design will definitely feel at ease at Gember. The restaurant is furnished with pieces by designer Richard Hutten, an eye-catching reading table by Job Smeets and lighting installations by Babak Afrassiabi and Ralph van Meygaard.
During the summer Gember provides a wonderful open-air terrace looking out over the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag's lily ponds. You do not need an entrance ticket to the museum in order to eat at Gember.
To book tables for lunch or dinner, please call +31 70 - 3381263.
Gember is also a great place to entertain your friends or clients, especially in combination with a visit to the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.
For further details, please contact:
Nico van der Minne: +31 6 - 55780498 or Louis Paardekooper: +31 6 - 55336902
Open Tuesday - Sunday 11 A.M. - 5.30 P.M.
The Grand Café is a pleasant place to take a break during your visit to the museum. You can drop in at any time for a cup of coffee, relaxed lunch or a quick snack. The café’s location, facing into the museum’s sheltered courtyard garden, means that in good weather you can sit outside and bask in the sun. But it’s nice inside too! Designer Richard Hutten has set his stamp on the interior of the café with the Berlage Chair he has designed specially for the museum. And the playful lamps, a design classic by the Dane Poul Henningsen, combine perfectly with the chair and relieve the austerity of the space.
Open Tuesday - Sunday from 10 A.M
When architect H.P. Berlage built the Gemeentemuseum in the 1930s, he also designed a beautiful pavilion to go with it. It was ment to house a 'brasserie' or restaurant where museum visitors could rest and dine.
The pavilion still fulfils its original function. It houses Brasserie Berlage, a comfortable 70 seat restaurant in Art Deco style, with a terrace overlooking the Gemeentemuseum and its sculpture garden.