All. Day. Brunch. (7am-7pm, that is.) Like its signature eggs Benedict, made extra decadent with a croissant base. There are plenty of lunch dishes too, from burgers to meatball sandwiches. And naturally it has your favorite brunch cocktails, plus wine and bubbly.
Just a couple blocks from TEDS, Bar DK is part lunch and “borrel” (after-work) spot, part art gallery. The art is by INK Amsterdam (and is periodically for sale) and the food consists of hearty sandwiches, soups, and salads. The borrel menu features minor twists on bar favorites, like a plank of bread with mackerel mousse, red beet tartare, and mango hummus.
Bye-bye Oliver Gastrobar, hello KAAS. As “kaas” means cheese, you can bet your sweet soul you’ll find some of that on the “New Dutch” menu. Cheese fondue and cheese plates aside, the menu features Hollandish classics with modern foodstuffs, like the lamb carré Saratoga with eggplant, savoy cabbage, and triple-fried fries or the stewed veggies with quinoa and nuts. The restaurant is also positioning itself as a neighborhood hub, with comedy nights, pub quizzes, neighborhood BBQs, and stamppot nights.