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1. Proeflokaal De OoievaarSint Olofspoort 1, Amsterdam
2. Café BelgiqueGravenstraat 2, Amsterdam
3. Hannekes BoomDijksgracht 4, Amsterdam
4. Brouwerij 't IJFunenkade 7, Amsterdam
5. The TaraRokin 85HS, Amsterdam
6. VesperVinkenstraat 57, Amsterdam
7. Bubbles & WinesNes 37HS, Amsterdam
8. Café 't SmalleEgelantiersgracht 12, Amsterdam
9. Spanjer en Van TwistLeliegracht 60 HS, Amsterdam
This cozy 18th-century bar and cafe serves a mostly local crowd a number of different specialty drinks and 17th-century “medicines”, which are also drinks.
This central bar and cafe serves more than 50 Belgian bottled beers and eight on draft, while also managing to squeeze live bands into its small confines.
Hannekes Boom dates back to 1662 and since then, they've been offering an absolutely sweet outdoor, riverside drinking spot when the weather is prime.
You may have trouble pronouncing it, but this place is one of the most popular breweries/bars in the city. Why? It's located in an old windmill, and it also produces AMAZING brews.
This pub is technically British, and it features seven rooms, three bars, and two sidewalk terraces, so there's plenty of room to stretch out and enjoy a drink.
This award-winning, unpretentious cocktail bar usually has a fair amount of people in it (without overcrowding), enjoying a long list of specialty cocktails including their signature drink, the Vesper cocktail.
With a name like Bubbles and Wines, it's not a surprise this place has a quality selection of wines and Champagnes, but it also offers upscale snacks such as fancy cheese and caviar.
It doesn't get more pleasant than Café 't Smalle for a casual and relaxing drink (including French wines and Belgian beers) outdoors by the water.