Maybe you already knew that the Leonidas chocolate shops are closing their doors in The Hague. Were you afraid that you could no longer satisfy your chocolate cravings, don’t panic! The Brabant chocolate brand Coco & Sebas is setting up shop in the Leonidas stores in the Passage and at the station.
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Remy Rombouts, co-owner and founder of Coco & Sebas and Roger Scheeren, CEO of the chocolate brand, are opening a store not only in The Hague, but also in The Mall of The Netherlands, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Haarlem , Utrecht, Nijmegen and Eindhoven.
Employees of Leonidas
So you can just keep getting chocolate in the Passage and at The Hague Central Station. The shops are being converted, but when the doors will open exactly is not yet clear. The target date is the end of April. The people behind the counter will (probably) remain the same. Most former Leonidas employees are offered a new employment contract.
Coco & Sebas was founded in 493 and has on this currently eight stores. These can be found in Amsterdam (Kalverstraat), Amstelveen (Stadshart), Utrecht (Hoog Catharijne), Delft (Jacob Gerritstraat), Den Bosch (Vughterstraat), Breda (Eindstraat), Maastricht (Wolfstraat) and in the Belgian seaside resort of Knokke (Lippenslaan) .
At this chocolatier you can go for delicious bonbons, peanut rocks, chocolate slices, gift packages and stroopwafels with chocolate, among other things. Enjoy!
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