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Amsterdam's largest general market sells everything from pillows to prawns at great prices. The clothes on sale tend to be run-of-the-mill cheapies.
The focus at this small and friendly venue is on world and jazz. Besides the intriguing range of international talents that play the main hall, the cute...
1e Sweelinckstraat 10
Bars & pubs, Clubs
Popular with the neighbourhood's more affluent young people, there's a mod-retro feel here - lacquered walls, 1970s lamps, school chairs - and weekends are...
Ferdinand Bolstraat 17-19
Bars & pubs
Light from the enormous windows floods this delightful locals' café that's busy at all hours with students taking advantage of Wi-Fi, parents treating...
Restaurants & cafés
'My Aunt's Cake' started life as a purveyor of over-the-top cakes (which they still make) before becoming the campest tea-room in town. In a glowing pink...
Ferdinand Bolstraat 10
In 1988 Heineken stopped brewing here but kept the building open for tours. The 'experience' is spread across four levels and 18 attractions, and includes...
Bars & pubs, Shops
The Montreal-based ad agency that established this funky satellite office/gallery/store/café/bar sells everything from Canadian fashion labels, such as Team...
Gerard Doustraat 72-80
Much beloved of visitors to Amsterdam for many years, this cheap 'n' cheerful staging post for pedal-pushers was one of the first (and is still one of the...
Van Ostadestraat 123