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Cafe Brix
Wolvenstraat 16 (639 03 51). map

Laidback bar-restaurant with a starters only menu. DJ's and live jazz on Thursday, Friday and Monday. Perfect for a leisurely evening with good friends. Spirits are sold by the bottle, and they will keep your unfinished bottle for later use. Nice sidewalk terrace during summer.
Open daily 4-11pm (2-12pm weekend).
reviews  [1 review, 10/10]
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Wibautstraat 150 (716 38 17). map
Large bar-restaurant-club on the top floor of the former Volkskrant newspaper offices, catering to a hip and artistic crowd with matching staff and atmosphere. Canvas offers French/International cuisine at moderate prices, and an impressive cocktail menu. DJ's during the weekends. Good views of Amsterdam from most of the tables and especially from the large rooftop terrace.
Open Sun-Thu 11am-1an, Fri-Sat noon-3am. Kitchen open lunch noon-4pm, dinner 6pm-10pm.
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Nes 67 (428 22 22). map
Large brasserie in a former tobacco warehouse, on a small alley right in the middle of the old city center. The industrial character of the warehouse, with the large skylights, has been complemented by an elegant no frills interior in browns and whites. Adequate French cuisine at affordable prices; worth a try! Popular so make reservations.
Open 11am-11pm (1am weekends).
reviews  [4 reviews, avg 8/10]
Rosa & Rita
Conradstraat 471 (06 111 223 73). map
Back to basics steak & pizza joint in the former Stork shipyard canteen on Oostenburger Island: no-frills menu in an industrial environment. Especially the steaks become highly recommended, the acoustics definitely not: it can get quite loud inside, but during the summer months they do have a large outdoor terrace. Although it's not that far from city center (you could actually walk there) it might be a bit difficult to find.

Tue-Sun from 5pm.
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Van Puffelen
Prinsengracht 375-377 (624 62 70). map
On first sight this seems to be another small 'brown' bar, but once you walk into the back you step into the largest bar-restaurant in town. Although enormous, van Puffelen has managed to retain an intimate atmosphere. During the summer it's possible to sit outside on a barge moored in the canal. Check the eye-catching ceiling, painted 'Michelangelo-style' with nude women floating about.
Open Mon-Thu 3pm-1am, Fri 3pm-3am, Sat noon-3am, Sun noon-1am.
Kitchen 6pm-11pm.

reviews  [2 reviews, avg 7/10]

De Vliegende Schotel
Nieuwe Leliestraat 162 (625 20 41). map
The famous Flying Saucer in Jordaan area server delicious vegetarian dishes in a friendly atmosphere. You might want to arrive a little early because they tend to run out of food, if you place your order at the counter in the back they'll tell you what they have left. Luckily what's left comes in large portions at small prices.
Open daily 4pm-11pm.
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