The Haagsche Bier Kluis at het Plein lies across the courtyard and around the corner from the Mauritshuis. An atmospheric café-restaurant located in a beautiful building with a wealth of history. It is originally a bank building. Around 1905 the building was built in the style of The Hague Jugendstil. Until the Second World War, the building functioned as a residence and bank building of the Jewish Edersheim family. This can still be clearly seen from the old vault door in the basement. The treasures behind this, however, are of a culinary nature today.
You can eat and drink with us. But if you want to party, you can of course do that with us! On Thursday, Friday and Saturday, from 11 p.m., the tables and chairs in the café area will be moved aside to make way for a DJ and the Haagsche Bier Kluis will change into 'de Nacht Kluis'. With delicious beers on tap and fun music from the DJ from the speakers, you can dance until the early hours!