Let’s face it. You’re in Amsterdam and there are frankly a few things here you can do that you can’t really do too many other places in the world. One of which is going to a sex show. What is a Sex Show? It’s a theater with a continuous show which begins around 7pm and […]read more..
Tales and Spirits is a relatively new place on the Amsterdam food scene and it’s certainly not for any travelers on a budget but if you like GREAT food and fantastic drinks then you should check this place out. They don’t serve meals but rather many small dishes and it’s recommended – if you are […]read more..
June 18th (2015) will kick off the newest season for herring in The Netherlands. It’s only fished from Mid-May to Mid-July every year so this is the freshest it’ll be. After that it’s frozen and slowly thawed over the rest of the year. This year’s herring is delayed because of a cold spring. Specialists wait […]read more..
This has been a great addition to the Amsterdam Brunch scene. It’s not cheap, expect to pay between 10-15 euro for a meal but money well spent; and to be honest that’s pretty much the going rate for brunch in Amsterdam. The 2 owners hail from Brazil (through the US) and New Zealand, as such […]read more..
One of the very first places I ever ate at in Amsterdam was Cafe De Jaren. And thankfully it’s still a place I’m come back to over and over again these past 11 years. It’s your basic cafe setting. The food is fine (I’m particular to their tomato soup) but what I often come back […]read more..