This is often referred to as the best party of the year in the Netherlands.
Luckily, The Dutch Eatery & Refuge is throwing a King’s Day party of its own with a special dinner menu from 8 p.m. – midnight on Friday, April 27.
King’s Day, which is called Koningsdag in Dutch, has a reputation of being one of the grandest and most colorful festivities in the Netherlands.
The holiday is associated with fair amounts of beer, Dutch sing-alongs with your favorite group of friends, and great food. That’s what you can expect at The Dutch Eatery & Refuge, too.
Their full menu will be available, but a limited King’s Day dinner featuring Dutch mashed potatoes and meatballs will be ripe for the picking.
Also, feel free to wear orange. On King’s Day it’s common to find people wearing orange clothing and sometimes donning orange wigs and make-up.
The Dutch Eatery & Refuge is located at 943 E. University Blvd. For more information, visit The Dutch’s Facebook Event Page. Learn more about The Dutch chef Marcus Van Winden in our July 2017 Nine on the Line.