De Kroon

Bar / Club / Restaurant
De Kroon 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. Amsterdam Holland 52.3662675 4.8968081
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De Kroon - Bar | Club | Restaurant in Amsterdam.
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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... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–Th, Su 10:30am–1am, F–Sa 10:30am–3am

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth De Kroon Review

The Scene

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.

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, walls of lights, flat screens showing abstract nature clips, taxidermy, and unique, conversation-piece architectural details and wall treatments.

While De Kroon can be a quiet place to grab lunch during the day, the heat rises on the weekends as DJs spin music for a well-dressed Rembrandtplein club crowd.

The vast dining area is cleared of tables to make room for a spacious dance floor soon filled with spiffy guys and glamour girls showing their moves as club lights swirl and the music increases in volume.

Although the dance floor can hold a few hundred revelers, dancing is not required, and many patrons seek refuge at the long bar in the back. And since entrance fees are nonexistent, De Kroon attracts a clientele that would rather put its finances into the bar than into a cover charge.

Perfect as a last stop after a night of barhopping, the place is particularly popular with animated groups of friends looking to meet new people, let loose with their buddies on the dance floor, and simply enjoy the ample space.

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Tip from Adriana:

The swanky De Kroon attracts an equally swanky clientele. The place is refined, but still manages to put patrons in a festive mood – perfect for a fabulous girls’ night out – and the freedom to come and go as you please is ideal.

  • Crowd

    Upscale and dressed to impress, mid-20s to late 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    DJ plays house music Thursday through Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Restaurant serves lunch and dinner. Menus include salads, soups, omelets, and pasta dishes.

  • Prices

    Appetizers €9.50, salads €9.50, soups €6, omelets €7, sandwiches €4–€7, entrées €15–€20. Beer €2.50+, wine €3+, mixed drinks €7.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Smart casual to dressy.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Weekends after midnight.

De Kroon User Reviews

Average rating:
Get rid of those tables!
elina s. Dec 11, 2012
One of the best things to experience at The Kroon, is that moment when they want to start the party andstart putting away all the chairs and tables and ask you to go dancing. The room changes into a dancingfloor. The best thing is, that is all is possible at The Kroon because of it's beautiful interior with high ceilings. It is is great beautiful place to have drinks in the rembrandtplein-area and stay a little longer to have a dance. I do not go to this place very often but it is very much recommended to go to when you are wth a small group of people.
Fun run for an in and out hour
Amster M. Dec 4, 2012
You'd rarely catch me at De Kroon, I'm just not that type of gal, but there are times when I'm with a big group of girls and we wind up here. And when that happens it's fun, we own the big dance floor, and get some great photos to rummage through the next day! But the guys are horribly drunk and in a primal state of socializing. Which means they suck at it, and usually just come up to you with their arms in the air, bending their knees... which I guess is dancing. Either that or they just blatantly stare at you from the sidelines. But if you can get over that, or just ignore it, ladies, it's fun a free.
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