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Eating and Drinking

Enjoy a cup of coffee, a piece of cake, a pastry or a beverage in the Espresso Bar at the front of the museum. The terrace with a view of the Museumpark is a must in nice weather. The part of the museum’s building which includes the restaurant ‘Het Paviljoen’ is no longer accessible due to renovations. Therefore, a pop-up café is set up in the museum's Richard Serra room.

The Espresso Bar was designed in 2008 by Simon Heijdens and can accommodate more than 60 people. Here you can enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, teas, pastries and snacks. There is also an extensive range of newspapers and magazines and free Wi-Fi.

Artists are regularly invited to make a wall painting in the Espresso Bar. Currently on display is a pictographic mural by Pam Emmerik and René Daniëls entitled ‘Duende Too’.

Photo: Lotte Stekelenburg.
Photo: Lotte Stekelenburg.

Opening hours Espressobar

Tuesday to Sunday from 10.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. 

The Espresso Bar is right next to the museum entrance and is accessible without a museum ticket. 

Pop-up café

The part of the museum’s building which includes the restaurant ‘Het Paviljoen’ is no longer accessible due to renovations. The museum does no longer have a kitchen, which is why we had to adjust our menu.

In the pop-up café, you can order at the counter. We have started a collaboration with Bloemcool, a supplier of carefully selected day-fresh products without preservatives. On the menu you will find varying sandwiches, wraps, salads, and yoghurts. Pastries are supplied by Urban Bakery. This Rotterdam bakery is known for its delicious, hand-made products.

Sustainable

In designing the pop-up café, we have looked for the most sustainable solutions. We have succeeded in all but the savory assortment, which could only be delivered and served in plastic. We ask you to help us by separating your plastic litter. All other packages are 100% sustainable.

Opening hours pop-up café

Tuesday until Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm.

The pop-up café can be found in the museum's Richard Serra room (next to the cloakroom and next to the print room with the Co Westerik exhibition) and is accessible without an entrance ticket.