A nice place to hang out with friends with an IPA in your hand. It can be crowded but that makes it even better.
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With a huge central fire in an old boiler, this place is perfect spot to while away the long Amsterdam winter. Good selection of beers & basic yet well chosen wine list. Meals are well prepared and presented although not overly large.
One of the must go places in Amsterdam. Good food, good drinks, great ambient, nice music, great staff, location.... Summer, spring, winter, autumn... always!
This is such a cool spot! Not far from Centraal Station, this bar sits right on the IJ canal and has a great view of the Nemo and Scheepsvaart museums. It's an excellent place to sit on the patio on a sunny day and have...More
It's the perfect place for chilling out on Sunday morning. Pretty good beers, nice staff and amazing feeling. The parnship soup is one of the best what I had I my life.
Love Hannekes Boom. Its great during the summer, has lots of outdoor seating and is surrounded by water. Great selection of beers in the bar - from the usual dutch brews to fab craft beers. haven't tried the food yet though. Rarely any tourists, so...More
We really enjoyed this bar! It was only a 15minute walk from Central Station (5 minutes on the tram) and we are so glad we went. We enjoyed a few beers outside, overlooking the river/canals and watching all the boats go past. We also shared...More
We stumbled upon by chance with this place. Decoration and atmosphere makes this place unique. You can sit whether indoor or outdoors to enjoy the views. Waitresses fairly professional and cool, sticking to the place's atmosphere.
Finally got round to visiting this place which, along with Roest, is now one of my favourite bars in amsterdam. It has a great outdoors so try to pick a nice day for full appreciation. Great views across the canal. It's a little out of...More
We took an Uber to this spot, across the harbour and hidden away from the tourist craziness of downtown Amsterdam. Found an empty picnic table near the water, walked inside- ordered some beer and food, sat down, surrounded by locals, people arrived in boats and...More