Café de Jordaan
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Café de Jordaan information
The epitome of an old-style Jordaan café . After midnight crooners link arms and sing along to classic Dutch tunes; the lyrics playing on the TV screens are a hoot. Earlier in the evening it's less vocal and a more relaxed spot for a biertje (glass of beer).