Colorful chalkboards (Or: At the Cheesecake Company)

On Sunday Marco and I visited the Cheesecake Company in The Hague, over on Torenstraat. This is also what we had at our wedding – two strawberry cheesecakes, one chocolate cheesecake, and a smaller white chocolate cappuccino cake for Marco and I (the one that we symbolically cut together).

This time we had their stroopwafel cheesecake. It was delicious.

cheesecake at the Cheesecake Company in The Hague

stroopwafel cheesecake

Near where we were sitting is also a board you can write on with chalk:

wall at the Cheesecake Company in The Hague 2

And another picture:

wall at the Cheesecake Company in The Hague

Of course, once we were done we asked for some razma-limey (raspberry and lime) cheesecake to go, for later. That is definitely one of my favorites.

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2 thoughts on “Colorful chalkboards (Or: At the Cheesecake Company)

  1. Alice

    Cool! Love cheesecake so definitely have to try it, also cause I still don’t know any cool places in Den Hague anyways and ths looks pretty cozy

    • You really should try the cheesecake – there are a lot of crazy flavors. The owner, Rebecca, is really nice. You can see a picture of her on the main page talking to Princess Maxima. She’s always there.

      If you are into coffee or cappucinos I would also recommend Lebkov by Central Station in The Hague. It’s a great place to go and spend an hour or two (or three) if you have work or brainstorming to do. Its clean and the decor is subtle but nice. Their coffee sizes are pretty generous as well, more like American sizes.

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