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The best coffeeshops in Amsterdam – reviewed anonymously by experts

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The best coffeeshops in Amsterdam

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Greenhouse

This legendary coffeeshop tenders highly potent weed with prices to match. They've won the Cannabis Cup over 30 times and, with the Grand Hotel next door, occasional celebrities stop by to get hammered. The vibe inside has grown a bit commercial, but it's still worth a peek, if only to see the beautifully handmade interior with sunken floors, mosaic stones and blown-glass lamps.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Rusland

Known as the longest-running coffeeshop in all Amsterdam, this 'Russian' den has hardwood floors and colourful cushions that complement an efficient multi-level design. The top floor has a bar with forty different loose teas, down below is a decent pipe display, and a dealer's booth up front provides the main attraction. It's also off the tourist path, meaning cheaper prices and smaller crowds.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Yo-Yo

Located on a leafy street near Sarphatipark and the Albert Cuypmarkt, this chill spot lacks the commercialism and crowds found in more central shops. The herb is all-organic and it's run by a pleasant woman who bakes hot apple pie every day.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Tweede Kamer

Small and intimate, this shop embodies the refined look and feel of old jazz sophistication. Aided by a bakery around the corner, their spacecakes are sweet and lovely. The hash is highly regarded, but seating is extremely limited (it's really rather tiny inside), and the place is notorious for getting very crowded at peak times. If there's no room, walk twelve steps to Dutch Flowers.

Time Out says
  • 4 out of 5 stars
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