V&D (Vroom & Dreesmann) was a Dutch chain of department stores founded in 1887. It was declared bankrupt on 2015, although its branches were still in operation until 2016. On 2016, it was announced that takeover negotiations had not led to an agreement, ultimately resulting in the company's demise.
, V&D operated 67 branches throughout the Netherlands, three of which were branded as La Place, its former subsidiary restaurant chain which has both in-house and standalone restaurants throughout the country. The department stores sold, among other things, clothing and shoes, jewellery, cosmetics, books, home-entertainment products, electric goods, stationery, cards and posters, furniture and home wares. Most branches also had a La Place in-house restaurant, a travel agent and an ATM. Larger branches also had a bakery.