De Drie Hendricken
Built in a sober Renaissance style is the striking De Drie Hendricken . The gable stones above the ground floor depict a townsman, a...
If you prefer your beer with a background of hip hop, breakbeats and soul, come to this graffitied, split-level corner café , which does...
Mum's the word at 'Mothers'. When this welcoming place opened in 1990 customers were asked to bring their own plates and photos of their...
Lonely Planet review
In this grungy dive bar, the 'Old Masters' are the Ramones and Black Sabbath. Somehow a handful of pool tables, 1980s pinball machines, unkempt DJs and lovably surly bartenders add up to an ineffable magic. Bands occasionally make an appearance and the waterfront terrace scene is more like an impromptu party in someone's backyard.
All walks of life congregate here: the common denominator isn't fashion, age or politics, it's a diehard love of rock and roll.