This luxe cocktail bar gains a certain mystique by its location on a low-key stretch of Jordaanian shops and businesses. Their martinis...
Small World Catering
It's no secret that the carrot cake here has been known to spawn serious addictions, leading to impulsive bike rides across town to...
Pretty as a Golden Age painting, the Brewers Canal took its name from the many breweries located here in the 16th and 17th centuries. Goods such as leather, coffee, whale oil and spices also were stored and processed here in giant warehouses, such as those with the row of spout gables that still stand at Brouwersgracht 188–194.
The newspaper Het Parool dubbed the Brouwersgracht the most beautiful street in Amsterdam. It's a great a place to stroll and to see the waterborne action on King's Day .