Supperclub

Club / Restaurant
Supperclub Known for its super-chic and dare-to-be-different style, Supperclub is an indulgent yet unpretentious club and restaurant intent on titillating all five senses of its sophisticated clientele. Amsterdam Holland 52.3719302 4.89082
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Party Earth Review Known for its super-chic and dare-to-be-different style, Supperclub is an indulgent club and restaurant intent on titillating all five senses of its sophisticated clientele. Three distinct areas make up the venue, the... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–F, Su 7:30pm–1am, Sa 7:30pm–3am; Club opens at 10pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Supperclub Review

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Known for its super-chic and dare-to-be-different style, Supperclub is an indulgent yet unpretentious club and restaurant intent on titillating all five senses of its sophisticated clientele.

Known for its super-chic and dare-to-be-different style, Supperclub is an indulgent club and restaurant intent on titillating all five senses of its sophisticated clientele.

Three distinct areas make up the venue, the first being La Salle Neige, a combination dining room, stage, and art gallery with broad balconies and high windows. The soaring, completely white space is particularly exciting when DJs, VJs, and performance artists use the striking white background as their own personal canvas to entertain the fashionable crowd.

After dinner, patrons can move to Le Bar Rouge, a sexy and suggestive room decorated entirely in red. The area contains a long bar and a busy dance floor with plenty of poles which, as the night wears on, attract more than a few daring dancers.

The third distinctive area is La Chambre Obscure, a swanky, all-black lounge featuring seven leather beds that can be folded up to make room for dancing, or left out to create an erotic vibe in which patrons can watch the abstract visuals on the flat screens or contemplate the dangling handcuffs on the padded walls.

There’s no doubt that the exquisite Supperclub – exceptionally plugged into the city’s sophisticated arts and fashion scene – attracts some of Amsterdam’s most beautiful people, making it one of the best places in town to dress up, flirt, and rub elbows with other stylish clubbers.

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Tip from Adriana:

Entry can be difficult, so you may want to go for dinner. Try to reserve a spot on the mezzanine – that way, you won’t be rushed to finish when the DJ begins to spin below.

  • Crowd

    Fashionable and outgoing, mid-20s to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Well-known local and international DJs spin international house music from hot beats out of Rio to hard techno from Berlin.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Famous for its global cuisine, the restaurant serves delicacies from all over the world.

  • Prices

    Club night cover charge €10–€15. Five-course surprise menu €47.50–€70, excluding drinks. Beer €3, wine and champagne €4.50–€16/glass or €27–€240/bottle, mixed drinks and aperitifs €7.50+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Dressy or clubwear.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    The “Party On Mondays” club night is always packed and definitely worth checking out, though getting in can sometimes be difficult. Otherwise, Saturdays is also a popular club night. Weekdays are the best bet for sealing a dinner reservation.

  • Close By

    In addition to the club, there is also a Supperclub yacht that cruises around Amsterdam and offers a fabulous wining, dining, and dancing experience.

    The yacht is easy to spot on the water – just listen for the hard techno beats and look for the vibrant club lights bouncing off mirrors and through windows. Times and schedules vary, so check the website for details.

Supperclub User Reviews

Average rating:
Great dining experience, but make sure you choose the right night to go!
Sophie C. Apr 27, 2013
I’d heard a lot about Supperclub from various locals and reviews so my expectations were high, as were my nerves about choosing the right outfit in order to blend in with all the super-cool hipsters that apparently hang out there. In the end I needn’t have worried as the vibe was pretty chilled out. My friend and I did choose to go on a Sunday though, which is one of their quieter nights. The adventure began as soon as we arrived. Situated down a side street close to the tourist spot of Dam Square, the only sign of this restaurant is a large wooden door with a very small name plaque. After ringing the bell and invited in, we were taken to our ‘table’ which was in fact a large bed. It did feel a little bit awkward at first, as when you’re sharing a large mattress with several other diners, it poses some challenges. Especially when trying to exit the bed gracefully and with all your dinner still on the plate! The staff were incredibly friendly though so after a while, it became easy to relax. The food was delicious and interesting (one of my courses was served in a bag with a pair of scissors!) and the menu had no rules…it wasn’t set out in the traditional starter, main, dessert fashion. You could simply order what you wanted when you wanted. It was a little bit on the pricey side though, so not a place to go if you’re on a budget. Throughout the meal we were entertained by various performers and acts including a violinist who played along with some ambient electronic music. As there were so few people dining there, it created a very intimate atmosphere. We were even offered a massage!! All in all it was a great, chilled out dining experience. The food was on the pricey side, but worth it I’d say. It wasn’t quite the raucous party I’d heard it to be and that I’d hoped for, so I would like to go back another time on a Saturday night.
Something different from the usual, and worth every penny
Amster M. Dec 9, 2012
Supperclub is (or was, I don't know) managed by probably the coolest American expat I've met out here. He's an older guy, like a dazzling Lebowski, because if I remember correctly he was wearing a robe... sunglasses indoors. Whatever, I came in there with a film crew and he was the nicest guy, anything we needed he was cool with. He loved that we were filming the spot, which says that their mentality for a business there is geared towards satisfying the customer. Believe it or not that's something not easy to find out here. The place is fun, fresh, different from anywhere else. You drop some money, but you'll have a blast all night long.
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