Bijenkorf opens City Café in The Hague

Bijenkorf opens City Café in The Hague

Bijenkorf has opened a City Café in its department store in The Hague, a new concept focusing on local flavours and on the interior design.

It offers a range of delicacies, among which specialties from The Hague. The City Café also uses certain technological innovations, like tablets, to inform the public.

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