Near Amsterdam's second most important amusement area, the Leidseplein, lies this small jazz pub with a short bar and ... More
Jazz Cafe Alto
Near Amsterdam's second most important amusement area, the Leidseplein, lies this small jazz pub with a short bar and just a few tables and chairs. Dimly lit, the cafe has a rustic charm to it with its soft candles and lanterns. Alto has been entertaining jazz lovers for more than 50 years and you will find the plastered photo walls of jazz greats quite alluring. The wooden floors adds to the mystique of the place while the nightly live performances gives it an ethereal aura to it. Go there if you are a jazz enthusiast, you might just love the place.
Launched in 1990, Bourbon Street is arguably the best live music venue in Amsterdam. This place is a great choice
if you're looking to experience a vibe akin to music clubs in the 1920s. Its retro ambiance is a ...
This is allegedly the first bar in Amsterdam that served imported beer. They now serve a huge collection of beers.
There is a special list with short descriptions of every beer for the real enthusiast. Gollem is a small ...
Quite the popular lunch spot, if you arrive at noon, it will be too late to get a table. The
smug expressions of those who are seated will attest to the quality of the food and service that you're ...