Party Earth Review Bitterzoet is a bar, club, and movie theater all rolled into one with an easygoing, underground vibe. Although the bar, DJ corner and décor of urban murals, black walls, and disco ball are basic, the creative patrons and unique events bring color and personality to evenings at Bitterzoet. Most nights feature themes supported ... more
Party Earth Review Hotel Arena is an absolutely gigantic club with plenty of bars and dance floors to keep things exciting all night long. Though marble pillars and painted ceilings recall the building’s history as a former chapel, the space has been fully modernized with illuminated bars, a killer sound system, and a multicolored disco glow ... more
Party Earth Review Set in an old milk factory, Melkweg (Milky Way) is an entertainment/arts complex with a bar, club, movie theater, and art gallery. Though the venue features a variety of live concerts during the week, the post-show club gigs that swing into gear afterwards are just as popular with the local music lovers who show up to dance ... more
Cocktail Bar / Club
Reviewed by William L.
"If i have a little more to spend than usual? than NJOY would be my starting point of the night. If its just having drinks with friends, or a date an ..." more
Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 93
1017 PX Amsterdam
Party Earth Review A blue light guides patrons up the lavish staircase to De Kroon (The Crown), a restaurant and bar that’s right out of an episode of Miami Vice. The upscale interior includes ivory parlor chairs and a row of tiny palm trees lit by shades of pastel neon, as well as unusual touches like shadowbox displays of butterfly varieties ... more
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review A successful alternative to the other clubs in Amsterdam, Sugar Factory is a unique venue that hosts a diverse and sometimes unusual roster of live musicians and performers that’s unlikely to be found anywhere else. Though the club’s sparse décor consists primarily of bare black walls, long mirrors ... more
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review For a taste of the underground Dutch music scene, patrons should head to Café Pakhuis Wilhelmina, a small but energetic venue set inside a dingy waterfront warehouse that focuses on rock and indie acts at affordable prices. Black walls, oriental rugs, and a disco ball constitute most of the décor in this low-ceilinged space ... more
Party Earth Review From the glazed wood-pattern dining tables to the colorful pieces on the walls, every painted item at Canvas is for sale, a nod to the owner’s vision of a club and restaurant that also functions as a work of art and a gallery all rolled into one. The seventh floor of this former newspaper building has long housed artist ... more
Club / Live Music Venue
Party Earth Review What began as a bike storage and boiler room was eventually transformed into De Nieuwe Anita, a kitschy yet stylish club that plays host to live bands, film screenings, open-mic nights, guest parties, and more. The décor is reminiscent of a vintage thrift store, with accordion lamps dangling from the low ceiling and illuminating ... more
Frederik Hendrikstraat 111
Party Earth Review De Club Up is a hotspot for a diverse clientele that includes everyone from young and cultured adults from the city’s creative industries of fashion, marketing, music, and design, to artsy hipsters and mild hip-hop mavens. The brick and concrete club’s generous size houses a vast dance floor that accommodates 300 guests ... more
Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 26
Reviewed by Eugene S.
"The drink menu gives you the true meaning of what a lounge is about. The dress code keeps the atmosphere classy adding to the variety of cocktails ser ..." more
Lange Leidsedwarsstraat 41
1017 NG Amsterdam
Party Earth Review Formerly a film academy, the building that now houses OT301 was taken over by an enterprising group of artists who revamped it into a multimedia cultural center dedicated to parties, music, and food. Now home to a club, a film cinema, art studios, and the De Peper vegan café, OT301 has maintained its urban roots, which ... more
When talking about clubs in Amsterdam, different things come to mind for different people – and because it’s a major European city, there is invariably something for everyone.
Although it’s not known as the most cosmopolitan city in Europe, there are still plenty of Amsterdam clubs that cater to an exclusive, high-end loving crowd. Mostly found in areas like Leidseplein, the see-and-be-seen Amsterdam set makes their way to posh, booming nightclubs and red roped VIP spots where bottle service is the norm.
Leidseplein caters to more than just celebrity filled, high-end haunts, as denizens fill the streets looking to hit up dance clubs, jazz clubs, blues clubs, and hot DJ spots. Other hotspots catering to students, young professionals, and just the young at heart can be found in Rembrandtplein – known as Amsterdam’s second center of nightlife and clubbing.
And of course for those looking for a different kind of club experience, they can find it in the city’s comedy clubs or head over to the Red Light District where some of the craziest, wildest, and sexiest shows on the planet are found in the erotic clubs and strip clubs.