Located on a narrow side street, seconds from the multitudes of tourists crawling through Dam Square, The Lobby Bar on the ground floor of Hotel V on Nesplein is a hidden gem in the centre of Amsterdam.
Bocca Coffee is considered to be one of the heavyweights in the Amsterdam coffee scene, having first begun their quest to serve and sell the best coffee in the country over a decade ago.
Perched on the corner of a quiet residential street seconds from the Overtoom, Lunchroom Wilhelmina mixes a cosy interior with a pavement terrace, perfect for a spot of people-watching on a sunny Spring day.
With a vibe matching that of a garden centre which has been taken over by hipsters, Noorderlicht is a bar/restaurant/gig venue perched on the edge of the water, in Amsterdam's Noord district.
The Coffee Virus is a hipster coffee haven in Noord, a few minutes walk from the busy Buiksloterweg ferry crossing to Amsterdam's Centraal Station.
What started life as a family-run bike repair shop on Nieuwe Kerkstraat, Water en Brood has now evolved into a hipster brunch spot, minutes from the Magere Brug and Waterlooplein Market.
Eat well and do good at this popular hangout, minutes from one of Amsterdam's famous parks.
A calming design-led oasis in the heart of the city.
A space for creatives to work, rest and play. With or without the drama.
Breathing new life into former shipping containers, in the heart of the NDSM complex.
A slice of Melbourne in the heart of De Pijp.
Amsterdam's floating foodie paradise.
A minimally dressed interior and the maximum in coffee expertise, moments from Haarlemmerstraat.
A Scandi-chic cafe famed for freshly baked cinnamon buns and a deliciously simple sharing plate menu.
A spectacular glass pavilion in the grounds of Amsterdam's Hermitage museum.
A fashionable brunch spot, popular with the cool kids.