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Dr Druif ( The Grape ) is a traditional authentic brown bar that Amsterdam is famous for.
Walking in and you know your in a great bar,old jenever barrels line the walls,a well used serving bar,great decor and furnishings and plenty of seating options spread...More
One of Amsterdam’s Brown Bars and probably the oldest one. It’s a bit outside the city center and it was relatively quiet when we visited. A typical old Dutch pub where time stops when you walk through the door. It had a few beers on...More
The Druif was an an unbelievably good find just off the beaten track but not far from the Maritime museum. The building was an old distillery but is now a typical brown cafe with bags of character and some great beers. Thought I had tasted...More
We're Amsterdam residents and pass by this bar every day commuting to work. Tonight, visiting for the first time it felt like coming home. So much laughter and fun and talks with s many people. Much more locals than tourists. Love this place.
ten euro for two beers (tot. 1 liter) when it is sunny is very good also the environment around. good bitter baller. near the dock and a canal out of the center. very easy location it pass under the way to the zoo if on...More
The Druif (grape) is a typical bar for the locals.
The owner serves an outstanding draft beer beer and has an amazing choice (and knowledge) of dutch jenevers and dutch liqueurs.
The bar dates from the sixteenth century and that makes it one of the...More
This brown bar just oozes charm and age. So very cool inside with the small elevated section with the few tables and the lower bar section. Love the old barrels lining the back wall. If you traveled back in time to 1712 and went here...More
We stopped for a drink in this bar and its nice. Being adventurous we tried the Le Chouffe Bok which wasn't to our taste but was ok. The bar is a classic brown bar and a step back in time. A useful stop off point...More
We were going to a fantastic cafe called EIK EN LINDE when we noticed that in our book that we had purchased back in Liverpool,AROUND AMSTERDAM IN 80 BEER'S, that this cafe ,one of the oldest in this wonderful city was only a five to...More
We bumped into this cute place by chance. One of those that may happen when you visit a new city with an open mind. Led only by instinct instead of by touristic maps. It is hard to define this place, it is not a coffee...More
The eastern edge of central Amsterdam provides visitors with the chance to imagine the city that Rembrandt called home (and to tour his historic house) while shopping like the thriftiest of locals at Waterlooplein’s massive flea market, or even enjoying a craft beer beside the tallest wooden windmill in The Netherlands. This verdant, serene, and stately part of town is home to Artis Royal Zoo, one of Europe’s
oldest (and still best kept) zoos, and Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. It's also an ideal setting for the Dutch outpost of St Petersburg’s Hermitage.