De Drie Hendricken
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.
Recently relocated from Leidesplein – which is still home to the Chicago Social Club – to the Rozentheater, Boom Chicago stages...
De Vliegende Schotel
Service can be spotty at the 'Flying Saucer', but if you're prepared to take your time in the summer-camp-chic dining room, you'll enjoy...
De Drie Hendricken information
Lonely Planet review
Built in a sober Renaissance style is the striking De Drie Hendricken . The gable stones above the ground floor depict a townsman, a farmer and a seafarer.