The Spaces Food Market at the Rode Olifant last week featured great locally produced food and crafts from The Hague. Supporting local businesses and startups is important to us, and this market showcased some of the best in the area. Open to all, we welcomed Spaces members, family and friends along to experience a taste of the local, set in The Hague’s iconic Rode Olifant building.
Delicious hotdogs, classic American burgers and homemade stake sandwiches were served up by yankee themed street food vendor Queen of New York. Cosy café and craft store Art and Lemonade offered their best gifts and refreshments along with something for the kids. Sweet treats by Dutch bakers Sprinkles Bakerij and chocolatier Onwijs Lekker provided that sugar fix, to compliment the best Spaces coffee by Koffie K-tje. Maxxium and The Grape district also served up delicious cocktails and wine tasters while Espresso Records set the atmosphere with their DJ set and record stall.
This market showcased some of the best street food and cheap eats in The Hague with various other stalls peddling organic ingredients and fair trade crafts, this celebration of local businesses proved to be a social hub of activity for the area.
Thanks to everyone who joined our first Spaces Food Market. Rode Olifant is already looking forward to its next get together in The Hague. Stay in the loop of what’s next coming up by checking out the event page.