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Restaurant squares & streets

Orestis Taverna

Oresti’s Taverna is a Mediterranean bar and restaurant in the middle of “De Pijp”, Amsterdam’s Latin Quarter and hot spot for socialising. Most tapas restaurants serve only Spanish dishes, but Oresti’s taverna serves extremely tasty dishes, tapas and wines from various countries around the Mediterranean Sea.

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Reguliersdwarsstraat

The Reguliersdwarsstraat goes from the Koningsplein to the Rembrandtplein in Amsterdam and is a famous nightlife street with various restaurants and cafes. There are also some stores and office spaces.

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Nieuwmarkt

About 500 years ago the Waag, the impressive building in the middle of the Nieuwmarkt (new market square), was called the Sint Antoniespoort (St. Anthony’s Gate). The building was one of the three remaining city gates of Amsterdam, built in 1488. In 1614, a part of the Kloveniersburgwal was filled in in order to build

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Nes Street

Home to hip restaurants and cool cafés as well as much of Amsterdam’s alternative theatre scene, the Nes is also a good spot to pick up jewellery; antiques and work by contemporary Dutch designers.

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Max Euweplein

One of Amsterdam’s newest city squares, Max Euweplein hosts Amsterdam’s casino, as well as cabaret and stand-up comedy bars, Restaurants and busy cafés. Play chess with giant pieces outdoors, sip a beer on a terrace, try your luck at roulette – it’s here for the choosing.

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De Pijp

This former working-class neighbourhood has in recent years become quite a bohemian living quarter, as well as a hub of restaurant and café life. It has a lively atmosphere day and night, attracting a hip, younger crowd.

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Rembrandtplein

Welcoming cozy Versatile “Het Rembrandtplein”, “Het Thorbeckeplein”  and the surrounding streets are the many varied hangouts of Amsterdam-Centrum’s most popular nightlife district.

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Leidseplein

The Belangenvereniging Horeca Leidsebuurt (BHL, Interest Group for HORECA (Hotel/Restaurant/Cafe) Establishments in the Leidsebuurt) was established on 14 October 1982. The association’s goal is to represent the interests of hospitality and catering establishments in the Leidseplein entertainment and nightlife district. BHL’s board consists of business-owners from all sectors of the hospitality and catering industry.

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The Red Light District

The Red Light District has been a special area of Amsterdam since its city’s earliest history. This mediaeval part of the city with remarkable buildings, centuries-old churches and the sex industry as the main attraction has a fascinating history.

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