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Well well well. stumbled upon this bar just off the shopping street . What am amazing place. 125 years old with sawdust on the floor and old original wallpaper falling of the walls but the place has so much charm. Two very well dressed barmen...More
Started raining while we were strolling through amsterdam alleys so we ended up at this place for a coffee that resulted as 2 beers. Great atmosphere and surprisingly no music in the pub. Our first try of local delicacies (raw meat!) and one of the...More
This atmospheric brown cafe is located in a narrow alley to the rear of the English Church in the Begijnhof area. It is a one room brown wooden-walled bar with no actual bar - all drinks being served from a tap room at the rear...More
This is the real deal local pub. Tourists are not welcomed with open arms, but not tossed out on their ear either.
Just slip into the groove and you'll be fine.
Of all the bruin cafes we have been to this is the most authentic....More
Great time visiting this pub. First heard about it from Anthony Bourdain and we always go to one of his recommendations when we travel. This is in the middle of the most touristy spot but hidden so well from the Tourists. We had fresh sausage,...More
It's weird to read all these positive reviews for this place. Me and my wife got there early and the bar was empty (seems it has just opened). We sat and the barman (typical tall Dutch guy) didn't do anything about our presence. I stood...More
Just around the corner from the Begijnhof and into a little street is De Engelse Reet (English buttocks). The name is etched in the window, just in case you walk by it, as we did.
We were looking for gin or rather Jenever. This famous...More
This ancient brown bar (also known as De Engelse Reet) is tucked away in a little alleyway off the main pedestrianised shopping street Kalverstraat. It's a new dimension for licences premises - a bar with no bar. Well-dressed gents in collars and ties serve drinks...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.