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New wine bar: Rayleigh & Ramsay

New wine bar: Rayleigh & Ramsay

Although Rayleigh & Ramsay doesn’t call itself a wine bar, at this new hotspot you can taste more than 100 different wines from all over the world. They even have wines from countries like Armenia, India and The Netherlands. By adding money to a card 

Real Italian pasta @ Casa Sabatelli

Real Italian pasta @ Casa Sabatelli

Last January (2017) Michele Sabatelli opened Casa Sabatelli, a small, hip Italian restaurant, at de Kinkerstraat. He visited Amsterdam four years ago and noticed that there was no place in Amsterdam that served authentic Italian pasta, so he decided to do it himself. Michele is from the south of Italy, Puglia, 

Kanarie Club

Kanarie Club

Inside De Foodhallen you will find De Kanarie Club. It is a new concept where people can go for breakfast as well as cocktails or a fancy dinner. At this place you can bring your laptop and work for a couple of hours, but you can bring your kids as well as they can entertain themselves in de area upstairs where they built a space that looks like a small empty swimming pool. Address: Bellamyplein 51.

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Coffee & cakes at Sticky Fingers

Coffee & cakes at Sticky Fingers

This ecological pastry shop opened its doors less than 3 months ago, just around the corner from the Vondelpark. All the delicious cakes and treats are homemade and do not contain any artificial colourings. Decorated with a wall made of pink tiles and recycled furniture, the interior 

February 11th & 12th 2017, Design Icons

February 11th & 12th 2017, Design Icons

On February 11th and 12th, 60 professional dealers of interior design objects from all over Europe will come together at the Kromhouthal in Amsterdam-Noord. During these two days you can buy design objects from several famous designers like Charles & Ray Eames to Mies van der Rohe. 

Ed van der Elsken at Stedelijk Museum (until May 21st 2017)

Ed van der Elsken at Stedelijk Museum (until May 21st 2017)

Ed van der Elsken was one of the biggest photographers and documentary filmers of the 20th century in The Netherlands. He looked for colourful personalities and beautiful girls in the streets of cities like Paris, Tokio and Hong Kong and cared for making a personal connection with them. You can see the largest overview of his work in 25 years at the Stedelijk Museum. More information: www.stedelijk.nl

Free photo exposition until December 31th

Free photo exposition until December 31th

Jeroen Swolfs wanted to visit every country in the world to take pictures of local daily life. It resulted in the project Streets of the World, which consist of 200 street pictures of 200 countries that show us a positive view on the world. A refreshing response 

Dec 1 – Jan 22 Amsterdam Light Festival

Dec 1 – Jan 22 Amsterdam Light Festival

From December 1st until January 22nd Amsterdam lights up for the Amsterdam Light Festival. You can see more than 35 artworks from various international artists in the streets and canals. The artworks are found alongside two routes (a walking tour and a boat tour). See more at: www.amsterdamlightfestival.com

16 – 27 November IDFA Film Festival

16 – 27 November IDFA Film Festival

From November 16th to 27th, Amsterdam will transforms itself to the international documentary capital of the world. This event, IDFA (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam), welcomes some 2.500 international documentary professionals in Amsterdam during eleven days of films. It is unique for the presence of many filmmakers, the variety of genres, its debates, workshops and much more. Tickets and program: www.idfa.nl

Jeu de Boules and French food

Jeu de Boules and French food

Until January 1st 2017, you can find a pop-up bar at Westerpark, Mooie Boules Bar, where you can play jeu de boules with your friends. The perfect entertainment on a rainy day or night. If you don’t feel like actually playing, you can enjoy the