Grasshopper (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Reviews
Newest Review: ... where you could smoke but the last time I went they had removed that so it's open plan again. There are a mixture of bar stools with table and lower tables, plenty of seating for everyone. The music is usually general. chart stuff etc. The beer isn't cheap, especially bottles. A general rule in such places in Amsterdam is to try and stick to local beer, Heineken for instance, as if you are drinking Strongbow, for instance, the cost is sky high. It gets nicely busy in the evenings, especially at the weekends, so this is a good place to go if drinking, rather than smoking, is your thing in the 'Dam. The lower floor is kind of in the basem... more
Customer Grasshopper (Amsterdam, Netherlands) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
The Grasshopper is a coffee shop / restaurant / bar conveniently located right in the centre of Amsterdam, right on the edge of the red light district, just off Damrak, 2 minutes from the train station. There are 3 floors..... The top floor houses the toilets (for which you must pay 50c to use but for this they are always kept pretty clean) and also a seating area from which you can order food. The middle floor, which is actually up a few steps from ground level, is the 'pub' type bit. In here you are allowed to smoke, there was, a short while ago, a separated area behind glass doors where you could smoke but the last time I went they had ... Read the complete review
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