Roest is a place where you can go to escape the rush, without having to leave the centre. There is a self service bar with a variety of beers brewed in Amsterdam.
The interior constantly changes because Roest is open to everyone's creative input. But at the artificial island 'IJburg' there is a city beach called 'Blijburg' where you can swim and sunbathe.
Pacific Park is a place in Westerpark, that is very hard to describe.
They call themselves a rock'n'roll bar and dance bistro.
To get in to De Nieuwe Anita you have to ring the door bell.
That might seem strange for a bar, but when you get in, it will all make sense. The front is basically a living room (flower curtains, furniture and retro lamps) with a bar in the middle.
What you're never sure of, is the kind of music there will be playing. To give you a hint: it has something to do with the number 74.
It has a cinema, a few restaurants, a jazz cafe, a bakery, a petting zoo, some great clubs and bars and also tv-studios.When you open the door of Soundgarden, there are some things you can be sure of. Door 74 is not just a cocktail bar, it's a bar that you can't actually see from the outside.It will smell to old beer, it won't look very fancy and the guy with the tattoos in the leather jacket behind the pinball machine will look at you with one eye to check out who is entering his bar. Even though it's located between Central Station and the Red Light District, there's nothing fancy or touristic here. You'll need to get your name on their list by giving them a call and to receive the address.Tough men (and women) from the outside, but emotional and timid from the inside playing their instruments like the world depends on it. All the beers are still made in the two breweries in this street.In a private tour set up, wander along secret paths with a local chef and culture lover!Together, we’ll explore cosy and picturesque Amsterdam through its culinary scene.I’ll take you away from the crowds, and share personal stories and historical facts.Oh and don't be surprised when people take off their shoes inside.. And yes, Holland is not famous for its nice weather.Without a doubt the most phenomenal view of/on the city. Built with old sea containers (and a lot of love), Pllek's main mission is to keep on surprising their customers. But that means that when the sun finally decides to show up, all Dutchies rush out to get a tan and have some fun.Next to classy plays and classical music shows, Stadsschouwburg also likes to experiment with a lot of different events.All sorts of dance- urban- jazz- and poetic shows take place monthly.