Once a defensive gateway to the city, the Haarlemmerpoort marked the start of the busy route to Haarlem, which was a major trading...
Pretty as a Golden Age painting, the Brewers Canal took its name from the many breweries located here in the 16th and 17th centuries....
This luxe cocktail bar gains a certain ineffable mystique by its location on a low-key stretch of Jordaanian shops and businesses. Their...
De Pizza Bakkers
'Pizza and Prosecco' is the motto at this arty eatery, which means you sip the bubbly latter while waiting for the wood-oven-fired...
Haarlemmerdijk 161 · interesting places nearby
This gezellig art-deco cinema (the oldest in Amsterdam, dating from 1912) screens indie films alongside mainstream flicks. From Sunday to Thursday you can treat yourself to a meal in the restaurant (a two- or three-course 'dinner and movie ticket' costs €30/37.50) or have a premovie tipple at its inviting café -bar.