Vergulden Eenhoorn
Oedipus Brewing
Café de Paris
Café Panache
Restaurant Satatouille
The Harbour Club Kitchen
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1. De Vergulden Eenhoorn Ringdijk 58, Amsterdam, 1097AH

This bar and restaurant is located in a farmhouse that dates to 1702, right alongside the canal. Today the farmhouse makes up the cozy restaurant where they serve homemade meals made with local ingredients, whereas the cowshed has become the bar and home to a complete selection of wine, beer, and fine drinks, in a comfortable atmosphere.

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2. Oedipus Taproom Gedempt Hamerkanaal 85, Amsterdam, 1021 KP

This home base for Oedipus Breweries offers a place to drink their beers straight form a tap in a warehouse style tap-room. It's open on Fridays and Saturdays from the afternoon into the evening, and some weekends they host events with food and music.

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3. Café de Paris & Metropolitan Rokin 81-83, Amsterdam, 1012 KJ

This French inspired multipurpose space offers a restaurant for dinner, a cafe, and a Metropolitan -- plus dancing. The menus are full of classic French dishes, including breakfast until 5 pm in the Metropolitan. Between all the different spaces, you could just stay all day, eating your way through France in the heart of Amsterdam.

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4. Venster 33 Eerste van der Helststraat 42, Amsterdam, 1072NV

Venster 33 (meaning Window 33) takes its name from the Canon of Amsterdam's section on de Pijp -- the area of the city that now houses this café. Their menu covers coffee and tea along with entire meals -- made up of small plates, which are meant to be shared.

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5. The Roast Room Europaplein 2, Amsterdam, 1078 GZ

The Roast Room is actually home to two restaurants: The Roast Bar is a more casual brasserie style, and occupies the ground floor of the space. The Rotisserie is a fine dining restaurant and takes the first floor space. What is consistent across both, however, is the impeccably high quality meats, which they turn into burgers, charcuterie, and sausages in their in house butchery.

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6. Wolf Atelier Westerdoksplein 20-Brug, Amsterdam, 1013 AZ

In the glass enclosure atop this 1920 railway bridge sits Chef Michael Wolf's atelier, or workshop. The unique space offers expansive views of Amsterdam, and the open kitchen puts it all out for visitors to see. The two part menu includes the Chef's signature dishes (under Gallery) and current experiments for the more adventurous diner (under Atelier).

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7. SmaaQt Van der Pekstraat 79, Amsterdam, 1031 CT

Just because it seems like a coffee shop doesn't mean they only serve coffee. A full lunch menu of sandwiches, burgers, and salads is followed by a menu for happy hour, a full drink menu -- including boozy coffee drinks -- and a dinner menu. Reservation only high teas are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the outdoor patio is a great place to enjoy the afternoon sun.

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8. World of Food Amsterdam Develstein 100, Amsterdam, 1102 AK

Over 20 concrete stands make up the bones of this indoor food market. The simple warehouse will be filled with a wide variety of international street foods, each offering something different to try.

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9. TEDS Bosboom Toussaintstraat 60, Amsterdam, 1054 AV

Three Words: All. Day. Brunch. That's what Teds brings to Helmersbuurt, and we're talking 12 hours of brunch plus the occasional high tea. The menu includes brunch signatures like eggs benedict, along with burgers and meatball sandwiches and the all-important brunch cocktails. The airy and inviting atmosphere comes from the plentiful natural light that pours in to the restaurant most of the day.

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10. BAR DK Tweede Helmersstraat 26, Amsterdam, 1054 CJ

Bar meets art gallery at this lunch and after-work (borrel) hang out. Featured art by INK Amsterdam covers the decor, while the menu covers sandwiches, soups and salads for lunch plus more unique foods like mackerel mousse and red beet tartare make up the borrel menu.

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11. KAAS Sumatrakade 613b, Amsterdam, 1019 PS

This cafe-restaurant serves "New Dutch" fare, including lamb carré Saratoga with eggplant, Savoy cabbage, and triple-fried fries. It's name means cheese in Dutch, and the menu reflects that with cheese plates and cheese fondue. Plus, they host a variety of social events like comedy nights and pub quiz nights.

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12. Café Carbon van Woustraat 174, Amsterdam, 1073LX

This steakhouse and bar brings a casual atmosphere, encouraging guests to eat with their hands. The simple menu has steaks, ribs, shrimp, and chicken -- all of which can be combined to make grill platters big enough to serve two.

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13. PRESSROOM Amsterdam Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 67, Amsterdam, 1012 RE

Located in the INK Hotel in Centrum, Pressroom offers serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus snacks, coffee, and drinks. The menu follows the theme of the restaurant, with start the press (breakfast), pitch the story (lunch), the headline (dinner), and fact check (drinks). A lounge bar and library to hang out in are next to the restaurant, and the Wi-Fi i is free.

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14. Café Panache Ten Katestraat 117, Amsterdam, 1053 CC

With a menu that's driven by sustainable, seasonal, and local practices, Panache keeps it simple and fresh. Charcoal-grilled seasonal fish, lobster, meats, and veggies are among the highlights. The bar gives the option of ordering cocktails by the pitcher, making this a great place to go with a group. Not only is Panache happy hour friendly, but its dark, cozy interior also makes it a spot of note.

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15. Bardot Van Limburg Stirumstraat 14A, Amsterdam, 1051BB

Lunch, dinner, drinks and snacks can be found at Bardot, another meal option in Westerpark. Lunch is highlighted by organic sandwiches, while dinner has largely grilled options. The bar snacks are more than just cocktail peanuts, including oysters, mackerel, croquettes, hummus, and caponata.

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16. Citroën Restaurant Stadionplein 22-24, Amsterdam, 1076 CM

This pop-up has taken over a former Citroën garage near the Olympic Stadium. They utilize ingredients from their rooftop garden in many dishes, and guests can wander out onto the terrace to see this space in nice weather.

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17. Satatouille Prinsenstraat 10, Amsterdam, 1015DC

This Jordaan restaurant boasts a long list of satay options, inspired by Asia and the Mediterranean. The many combinations include melon, parma ham, & caprese, prawns, chili, lime, pineapple, & sereh martini, and chicken, mirin, sake, soy sauce & palm sugar.

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18. Porem Geldersekade 17, Amsterdam, 1011

Porem brings back the speakeasy. The entrance is an unmarked door between Geldersekade 17 & 19, and you have to buzz to get into the (literally) underground bar. Strong, no-nonsense cocktails are accompanied by food from the restaurant above. The space is small, with room for 40, so consider making a reservation.

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19. Terpentijn Rokin 103, Amsterdam, 1012 KM

The menu of lunch, dinner, and late-night street food at Terpentijn are inspired by French-Asian cuisine. The kitchen is open until 11 pm, and the bar is open as late as 4 am on Fridays and Saturdays.

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20. Salmuera Rozengracht 106, Amsterdam, 1016 NH

The Argentinian flavors at this restaurant come through in the meats, ceviches, and tapas they serve. Plus, they have huge drinks and a long wine list.

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21. Staets Keizersgracht 324, Amsterdam, 1016 EZ

Three, four, or five course menus offer fine dinning in the historic Felix Meritis at this pop-up. The root of the menu is in Flemish food, and the plates are delicate but beautiful.

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22. Gs Oost , Amsterdam, 1092 CP

A self proclaimed 'hot mess,' Gs provides the food and drink and asks you to bring the rest. Brunch is the star of their offerings, with a full three courses of options and over 10 cocktails.

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23. The Harbour Club Cruquiusweg 67, Amsterdam, 1019 AT

As this makes their fifth location, The Harbour Club Kitchen is officially a chain. And this one has BBQ. If you're in the AMS and feeling homesick for Texan style smoked meats, look no further than The Harbour Club Kitchen. This resto's airy, modern interior is just as impressive as their plates, which while including American fare, do feature quite the round-up of globally inspired fare (sushi, sashimi, seafood, and pasta, for example).

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24. Eetbar Wilde Zwijnen Javaplein 25 , Amsterdam, 1095 CJ

From next door Wilde Zwynen is Eetbar. Rather than multi-course meals, here there are small plates of the Dutch classics with Spanish and Italian influences thrown in.

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25. Instock Amsterdam Czaar Peterstraat 21, Amsterdam, 1018 NW

From the original pop-up whose Instagram was (possibly) more famous than it's food is Instock's permanent location. Come by for some truly incredible and inventive dishes.

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26. Ron Gastrobar Oriental Kerkstraat 23, Amsterdam, 1017 GA

From chef Ron Blaauw, who gave up two Michelin stars to focus on affordable cuisine with class, is Ron Gastrobar Oriental, with a distinctly Chinese influenced menu.

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27. The Seafood Bar Spui 15, Amsterdam, 1012 WX

At this second The Seafood Bar location, if it comes from the sea, it's probably on the menu.

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28. San George Stadhouderskade 7, Amsterdam, 1054 ES

This is the George family of restaurants seventh location, this incarnation in the form of an Italian brasserie-style kitchen.

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29. Cafe Kootje Piet Heinkade 4-6-8, Amsterdam, 1019 BR

Cousin to next door massive Belgian-born beer bar Delirium, this bar focuses more on local brews, while sharing Delirium's terrace space.

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30. BAUT ZUID Stadionplein 26-30, Amsterdam, 1076 CM

This pop-up location of former international restaurant BAUT is right by the Olympic Stadium, and just as good as the original.

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31. Cannibale Royale Ruysdaelkade 149, Amsterdam, 1072XM

At this second location of Cannibale Royale, there hours aren't as late, but the menu is equally as good and still horror themed.