The Western Islands originally were home to shipworks and the West India Trading Company's warehouses, which buzzed with activity in the...
This narrow bridge links the Western Islands of Prinseneiland and Realeneiland. It's a quaint replacement for the pontoon that used to...
Has small, electric aluminium boats (maximum seven passengers) that are easy to drive (no boat licence required). Staff give you a map...
Two For Joy
Caffeine addicts, welcome to your new home. Two for Joy roasts its own beans and then brews them into Amsterdam's best espresso. Hang...
Named for its sausage-skewed tapas dishes (veal tongue white sausage, chorizo, lobster sausage with spinach and asparagus), this...
Barentszstraat 173 · interesting places nearby
Foodies swoon over pocket-sized Marius, tucked in amid artists' studios in the Western Islands. Chef Kees Elfring shops at local markets, then creates his daily four-course, no-choice menu from what he finds. The result might be grilled prawns with fava bean purée or beef rib with polenta and ratatouille. Marius also runs the fabulous wine/tapas bar Worst Wijncafe next door.