This cozy bars has more than 100 beers on tap from local Dutch breweries, as well as a small, but decent selection of wines.
Sat on a canal in the center of the Dutch capital, this bar has a lot going for it. There is ample seating inside among the wood-paneled walls, but it’s outside it really comes to life. Pull up a chair right on the canal and admire the boats going past as you sample the extensive menu, and you won’t want to go anywhere else.
Staff is incredibly friendly and accommodating, with perfect English spoken. They are happy to advise as to which beer to order from the befuddling array on offer, and the wines on offer are also delicious.
You can order bar snacks, too, but sausage and crisps is about the extent of it. That said, you should be eating elsewhere and coming here to try some of the Netherlands finest bars rather than filling up on chips.
It’s easy to spend a lazy afternoon here exploring the menu, and the place is popular at night without getting too rowdy. If you are looking for a nice, quiet spot away from the crowds and the red light district, this place is a great choice.
A bottle of wine is $28; beers cost around $4.
1015 BS Amsterdam, Netherlands
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