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This place is great for a drink, one of the older Amsterdam gaybars, the last real gaybar in the street together with t Mandje, the rest became tourist traps. Best night is tuesday, drag bingonight. Hilarious fun!
We wandered into this place randomly and I'm so glad we did! The bartender was so nice and helpful to us picking out what we wanted! the atmosphere is so fun and inviting we ended up staying for more than just the one round and...More
I visited Amsterdam recently with my friend and we payed a visit to the Queens Head. The bartender was lovely, I bought 2 massive beers and he gave us 2 tequilas too ... which is always a bonus. He advised me to check out their...More
Went with a friend and ordered a beer there, nice place, peaceful for having a good talk and listening to gay anthems, beautiful view of the canals.
Lots of locals, not so much tourists.
If you are around the area, it's a good option for...More
This is a gay pub with clean drinks and nice service that definitely worths a visit. The view is so beautiful, calm and characteristic for Amsterdam, with all the wonky houses and the canal. I would go there any time of the day or night...More
I love this bar and have always felt welcome no matter who I am travelling with.visited most recently on a Friday night and enjoyed the pop and disco that the friendly female dj played.smoking room is a bonus too.
It was a great pleasure to go to this little place. First night we got here to have a beer, as we didn't want to have the normal Haineken. Here we saw they are serving Grolsh, that's why we entered. But after seeing the great...More
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