Pubs and Bars in Amsterdam

Wine bar, ‘bruin café’, pub or simply outdoor seating along one of the canals, a glass of wine or beer is refreshing after a museum visit or a shopping expedition. This is Amsterdam at its best.

Discover the cutest wine bars in the Pijp neighbourhood or in the centre of Amsterdam. Sip jenever, Dutch gin, in a tasting house and drink in beer a micro-brewery. Join a pub crawl and drink, dance and party at the Leidseplein. Amsterdam is the place to be!

Café Hoppe

Café Hoppe is popular. Drop by on a Friday afternoon and join the crowd of people standing outside who grab a quick drink to celebrate the start of the weekend. Hoppe has been serving customers since 1670 and is one of these must-see and must-have-been places in...

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Bruin Café is quintessential Amsterdam

What pubs are to London, are Bruine Cafe's (Brown Cafés) to Amsterdam. Café De Eland is where locals from the neighbourhood gather for a drink, a chat and in the old days a smoke. Tables spill out on to the pavement, a pleasant place to sit on a sunny day to see the...

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Tasting Houses

Tasting houses in Amsterdam go back to the 17th century. Wine and spirit sellers wanted to boost their sales and invited rich merchants to sample their wares, hoping to strike a deal. Just off Brouwersgracht, on Driehoekstraat, is De Ooievaar, the last remaining...

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Pub Crawl Leidseplein

Leidseplein – popular and famous - is the place to party in Amsterdam. Discover nightlife at the Leidseplein and go on a pub crawl - six bars and six free drinks. Join Leidseplein Pub Crawl for a wild night out in Amsterdam! Dance, Drink and Party Sample Amsterdam...

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Wine in a Dutch Village

Spend the afternoon in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, a typically Dutch village, and the evening in Wijnbar Raak for authentic Dutch atmosphere. Leave the tourists in the centre of Amsterdam and meet the locals in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, only 9 kilometres south of...

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Café Hoppe

Café Hoppe is popular. Drop by on a Friday afternoon and join the crowd of people standing outside who grab a quick drink to celebrate the start of the weekend. Hoppe has been serving customers since 1670 and is one of these must-see and must-have-been places in...

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Bruin Café Amsterdam

Brown cafés are neighbourhood gathering spots where you can meet locals, enjoy a drink and eat a little snack. They are all over Amsterdam and usually stay open until 1 or 2 am. They are named brown café because the furniture is of dark wood and the walls are deep...

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Bruin Café is quintessential Amsterdam

What pubs are to London, are Bruine Cafe's (Brown Cafés) to Amsterdam. Café De Eland is where locals from the neighbourhood gather for a drink, a chat and in the old days a smoke. Tables spill out on to the pavement, a pleasant place to sit on a sunny day to see the...

read more

Tasting Houses

Tasting houses in Amsterdam go back to the 17th century. Wine and spirit sellers wanted to boost their sales and invited rich merchants to sample their wares, hoping to strike a deal. Just off Brouwersgracht, on Driehoekstraat, is De Ooievaar, the last remaining...

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Tasting House in ‘t Aepjen

Drop by for a drink In 't Aepjen, the only wooden house in Amsterdam. In 't Aepjen is one of the remaining seventeenth century medieval tasting houses. This pub is a perfect place to warm-up on a cold day. You will find here more jenevers (Dutch gin) than you knew by...

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Pub Crawl Leidseplein

Leidseplein – popular and famous - is the place to party in Amsterdam. Discover nightlife at the Leidseplein and go on a pub crawl - six bars and six free drinks. Join Leidseplein Pub Crawl for a wild night out in Amsterdam! Dance, Drink and Party Sample Amsterdam...

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