Party Earth Review Rokerij II is one of four Rokerij Coffeeshops located throughout the city, each with a different theme and feel. This small, intimate branch, which has an African motif featuring vibrant three-dimensional murals, provides... ... read full review
Nieuwe Zijds, Amsterdam –
Rokerij II is one of four Rokerij Coffeeshops located throughout the city, each with a different theme and feel.
This small, intimate branch, which has an African motif featuring vibrant three-dimensional murals, provides a mellow setting with an earthy feel in which to enjoy some of the best Sativa in town.
Never too full, there are almost always cushions for patrons to sink into as they contemplate the flickering candles and calmly fluctuating ambient lighting, or a spot in the covered terrace to take in the Singel Canal just across the way.
The clientele is relaxed and sociable, and the knowledgeable staff is open to answering questions and guiding guests to products they’ll thoroughly enjoy, though visitors of any substantial girth may find the low-seating a bit cramped regardless of how much of the product they ingest.
Located just south of Central Station and the main drag of Haarlemmerstraat, Rokerij II is an ideal little shop to escape the crowds for a bit before venturing back into Amsterdam’s vibrant city life.
Hippie, young, laid back. Many expats and backpackers, 20s to 30s.
Funky grooves mixed with tribal-like beats.
Space cakes. Vending machines carry pipes, rolling papers, and lighters. Bongs and mini water pipes available to rent.
Big Buddha Cheese €13/gram, AMG €12/gram. Seeds €17–€25/pack. Space cakes €7.50. Coffee and loose-leaf herbal teas €2, fresh orange juice €2.
Any time, but weekend nights are busiest.
A seeds and hemp shop is right next door, and the coffeeshops Bulldog and The Doors (Singel 14) are nearby. All the coffeeshops on this strip have competitive prices and covered terraces.