Originally called Reguliersplein, then Botermarkt, after the butter markets held here until the mid-19th century, this square now takes...
Amsterdam's most famous cinema is worth visiting for its sumptuous art-deco/Amsterdam School interior alone. The grote zaal (main...
Korte Reguliersdwarsstraat 5-9 · interesting places nearby
Van Dobben information
Open since the 1940s, Van Dobben has white-tile walls and white-coated staff who specialise in snappy banter. Traditional meaty Dutch fare is its forte: try the pekelvlees (something close to corned beef), or make it a halfom (if you're keen on that being mixed with liver).
The kroketten (meat croquettes) are up there with the best in town and compulsory after a late-night Rembrandtplein booze-up. There's a second branch in the De Pijp neighbourhood.