In the 17th century the 'Herengracht of the Jordaan', as the gorgeous Bloemgracht was called, was home to paint and sugar factories, and...
There's no advertising on the bikes, so you can pretend you're a local.
Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam
Don't blink or you might walk right past this unobtrusive outpost, a 'project space' of the leading Stedelijk Museum; it's in a one-time...
For more than two centuries, Lévelt has been selling tea and coffee in the Netherlands. This is its original shopfront, and it has a...
Bistro Bij Ons
If you're not in town visiting your Dutch oma (grandma), try the honest-to-goodness cooking at this charming retro bistro instead....
Broodje Mokum information
Lonely Planet review
This humble, vintage lunch room serves great sandwiches – just point and they'll tell you the price. More so than at most other broodje (bread roll) shops, there's room to sit down and spread out on one of the many window-facing seats.