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Amsterdam Local Food and Drinks
This small experimental restaurant has a little bit of France, Italyand, of course, Netherlands. Make sure toget a reservation before coming here, since Balthazar'sK euken ispretty famous among locals and can get crowded, specially on the weekends.
Food : The main course contains three dishes and is changed weekly, depending on the season. The options are meat, fish and vegetarian.
|+31 20 420 2114 || |
Elandsgracht 108, 1016 VA Amsterdam
|EUR 30 - 50 || |
Wednesday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:30
They call themselves the "first contemporary baked potato shop" because, well, that's what they are. Potatoes are cultivated in farms specially selected to offer the freshest ingredients possible, either from Netherlands or close countries. The Jacketz Oud-West is beloved by locals for the fair prices, big portions and ingredients options, which can be put together in a flexible way, pleasing to all potato-lovers preferences.
Food :The portion consists of half a (huge) potato filled with two topping of your choice: meat, fish or vegetarian, and a sauce like honey mustard or others.
|+ 31207740640 ||Kinkerstraat 56, 1053 DZ Amsterdam |
|EUR 10 - 20 ||Everyday: 11:00-22:00 |
Ivy & Bros
If you are visiting the red light district, stop by the Ivy&Bros cafe for a snack. The egetarian restaurant has become famous among the cool amsterdam youth for the decor and hipsteratmosp here. Plus, every item in the decoration is for sale. The locals usually come during the quieter times to study or work in their laptops over a coffee and a cheese cake or cake, which the house is famous for.
Food : The pear, the apple pies and the ice coffee with a vanilla ice cream scoop are onsidered their specialties.
|31 61 192 4244 || |
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 96A, 1012 GH Amsterdam
|EUR 5 - 10 ||TuesdaytoSunday: 10:00 - 20:00 |
Located in the east Frank end ael Park, De Kas restaurant is inside are novated 1926 green house,where they plant the vegetable sand herbs that will be used to prepare the food. The meat also comes from their own farm and the extreme quality is reassured everyday. Be loved by locals, this place is a must visit.
Food : The menu is built depending on what they have harvested, so it changes daily.
|31 20 462 4562 ||KamerlinghOnneslaan 3, 1097 DE Amsterdam |
|EUR 100 - 200 || |
Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 14:00 (lunch)
Tales & Spirits
The first thing you have to know about this bar: they have the biggest cocktail menu of Amsterdam. Mixology is taken seriously in this charming bar. The staff knows the drinks well and will help you through the menu with pleasure. Every detail of the experience in this bar is thought to impress, from the entrance to the bill.
Special drinks: Sweet, bitter, fruity, all mixes are possible.
|+31 655 356467 ||Lijnbaanssteeg 5-7, 1012 TE Amsterdam |
|EUR 20 - 40 || |
Tuesday to Thursday: 17.30 - 01.00
To the craft beer lovers: this is the place for you! 35 types of beer and a solid fan community. Hidden in the dark corners of thered light district, the Beer Temple proudly reflects its surroundings with its dirty pub look. If you are looking for a great IPA, craving American Beer or just want to go deep into the local beer culture, the guides to your journey are their helpful staff.
Special drinks: Their selection of Brooklyn beers is quite famous and beloved by the American expats in Amsterdam.
|+31 20 627 1427 ||NieuwezijdsVoorburgwal 250, 1012 RR Amsterdam |
|EUR 5 - 400 || |
Sunday to Thursday: 12:00-00:00, Friday and Saturday: 12:00-02:00
This gem hidden close to the city center is almost unknown by the tourists. Their more than 30 beers are all from the Netherlands or Belgium. If you do not know what to order,tasters can be tried in the search for the perfect beer. The small patio on the canal and the decoration smake the place perfect for a happy hour or a night out with friends, but the placet ends to get crowded.
Special drinks: Local beers in all shapes, sizes, aroma and flavor. Trying is part of the game.
|+31 20 4212057 ||Herengracht 90, 1015 BS Amsterdam |
|EUR 10 - 20 || |
Sunday to Thursday: 12:00 - 00:00
Heritage Museum Amsterdam Skip the Line Ticket
Amsterdam Pizza Cruise Tour
Duration: 1.5 Hours
Keukenhof Gardens Day Trip from Amsterdam
Duration: 6/6.5 Hours
Heineken Experience and Canal Cruise Tour Amsterdam
Duration: 3 Hours
Artis Amsterdam Royal Zoo Ticket
Skip-the-Line Van Gogh Museum Tour
Duration: Two hours
Romantic Wine and Cheese Candlelight Cruise Amsterdam
Duration: 1.5 hours
Van Gogh Museum Skip-the-line Ticket
Duration: 1.5/2 Hours
Anne Frank Walking Tour and Jewish Quarter
Duration: 2 Hours
Amsterdam Public Transport Ticket
Duration: 1 to 7 days
Rembrandt's Art: Guided Tour in Amsterdam & Rijksmuseum
Duration: Four hours
Brussels and Antwerp Day Trip from Amsterdam
Duration: 11.5 Hours
Amsterdam City Canal Cruise Daytime
Duration: Approximately 1 hour
Moco Museum Banksy Experience Amsterdam Ticket Skip Line
Johan Cruijff ArenA Stadium 75-Minute Tour
Duration: 1:15 hours
Keukenhof Skip the Line Ticket
Bruges Day Trip from Amsterdam
Duration: 11.5 Hours
Henri Willig Cheese Tasting Tour with Wine
Duration: 45 minutes
Amsterdam Evening Canal Cruise with 4-Course Dinner and Drinks
Duration: 1.5 to 2 Hours