Rembrandtplein 44 (626 70 78).
Hip club-bar-restaurant, with a tasteful interior with lots of dark wood and bamboo. Downstairs is cocktail bar and dance floor, with right behind the bar the Comfortable Dining Area, where you can enjoy a snack or a light meal. Upstairs is the Main Dining Room, with a fashionable East-meets-West style international cuisine. Loungy, jazzy tunes on weekdays, during the weekend the music picks up a little with a bit of hip-hop and house thrown in.
Open daily 6pm-2am (4am weekends).
[17 reviews, avg 8/10]
Czaar Peterstraat 213 (308 02 83).
Well tucked away in the former gas works on Oostenburger Island this is an endearing cultural safe heaven. Roest is a bar, theatre, stage and city beach all rolled into one, with ample outdoor activities like festivals, expositions and BBQ's. Although it's not that far from city center (you could actually walk there) it might be a bit difficult to find, but once you get there though you'll be rewarded with a relaxed and easy-going atmosphere that's pretty hard to beat!
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Jonge Roelensteeg 21 (344 64 00).
A trendy three-in-one; restaurant, bar and lounge. The downstairs bar is entirely done up in red, and the lounge is overwhelmingly white (think milkbar from Clockwork Orange). Apart from being the most popular days, Fridays and Saturdays are also the most spectacular with live music and DJ's.
Open daily 8pm-close.
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Wolvenstraat 23 (320 08 43).
Hip city center bar, good for breakfast, lunch, dinner and general lounging. Appropriate '70s meets the new century' decor and tunes, with a public to match. The eats are mostly Asian in origin, with the usual modern twist of course.
Open daily 8am-1am (weekends 9am-2am).
[4 reviews, avg 9/10]
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