Western Amsterdam is split into Oude West and Westerpark, both working-class neighborhoods with an urban city culture.
Some of the best deals for restaurants, cheap markets, and affordable nightlife can be found in Oude West, whose alternative and punky crowd has popularized the gritty rock bars, cultural clubs, and pool halls scattered around the neighborhood.
Westerpark, on the other hand, draws an up-and-coming crowd of young professionals and is best known for the Westergasfabriek, a vibrant park containing various cafés and clubs.
The Westerpark neighborhood is also home to a growing underground scene, and features some cool and trendy retro clubs that attract a crowd of creative trendsetters.
Party Earth Review Westergasfabriek is a former gas plant outside the city center whose old towers, warehouses, storage buildings, and grounds now house a collection of bars, clubs, restaurants, shops ... more
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 ... more
Party Earth Review Café Sound Garden rocks. Seriously, this raw and gritty tavern is a rock bar to its core, catering to a fun-loving and sociable crowd with nightly live music and DJs that perform rock ... more
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 ... more
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