Tilting at a precarious angle over the Oudeschans canal, this former 17th-century lock-keeper’s cottage is one of the oldest and most famous pubs in Amsterdam. Inside all is crooked, with wooden bars and uneven stone floors. Sample the wit bier (white beer) and a plate of strong Dutch cheese and enjoy the tiny, crowded terraces with views over the canal or towards the Museum Het Rembrandthuis.
Café de Sluyswacht
Our Rating Neighborhood Old Center Hours Mon–Thurs 12:30pm–1am, Fri–Sat 12:30pm–3am, Sun 12:30–7pm Transportation Tram 9 or 14 to Waterlooplein Phone 020/625-7611 Prices Mains €7.50–€18 Cuisine Type Dutch Web site Café de Sluyswacht
MapJodenbreestraat 1 Amsterdam
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