De Drie Hendricken
One of the most striking houses on the 17th-century Bloemgracht, De Drie Hendricken was built in a sober Renaissance style. The gable...
Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam
Don't blink or you might walk right past this unobtrusive outpost, a 'project space' of the Stedelijk Museum. It's in a former clothing...
In the 17th-century the 'Herengracht of the Jordaan', as the Bloemgracht was called, was home to paint and sugar factories, and a large...
Boom Chicago stages seriously funny improv-style comedy shows in English. They make fun of Dutch culture, American culture and...
This humble, vintage lunch room serves great sandwiches – just point and they'll tell you the price. More so than at most other broodje ...
The Dutch Golden Age remains palpable in this historic restaurant – never mind that the cuisine is Spanish. In a wood-beamed, enchanting 1648 building (once the private club for Bols employees who worked across the street), well-dressed folks sip on vinos blancos (white wine) while nibbling on paella and a wide selection of tapas and regional specialities.
Take your Catalan crème and Spanish coffee in the charming side courtyard after dinner.