Around Rembrandtplein, Café Montmartre and Café Entre Nous bring an authentic Parisian vibe to the heart of Amsterdam.
There are numerous brown cafés that reflect traditional Dutch culture, including frequent bouts of local folk music.
During Amsterdam Gay Pride and King’s Day, the bars in this district are prime viewing platforms for everything going on around and on the water.
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It originally opened in 1970, and although it wasn’t the first gay business in the area, it was the first one to be openly so, favouring large, open windows to barred-up ones.
It has remained active and is a pleasant hangout to this day, inviting patrons to relax with coffee and pancakes.In the late 70s and into the 80s, the street then began to explode with new gay bars and clubs, helping to cement Amsterdam’s role as an international gay capital.Over the following decades, many of these businesses have come and gone, but the area has remained strong through its solid sense of community and entrepreneurship.You'll also find the ES Collection shop at Zeedijk 61.The Warmoesstraat remains a dedicated home for many revellers, too.Highlighting the broad cross-section of visitors to the area, Reality is a bar that typically caters to Surinamese and Antillean homosexuals, referring to itself as a ‘gay bar with a tropical flavour’.