Coffeeshops in Amsterdam
This directory and map includes listings for all 167 licensed coffeeshops in the city of Amsterdam. Each are reviewed for their features and ammenities, and when applicable, recognized for the quality of their products or service.
Grey Area is short on amenities. Don't expect a TV, hot food, or much by way of snacks or coffee. Grey Area is about one thing: cannabis. This establishment has established itself as one of the most recognized connoisseur shops in Amsterdam.
Oude Leliestraat 2
Dampkring coffeeshop is perhaps most noted for being featured in the major motion picture Oceans 12. Commercialism aside though, they also have long had a reputation for quality cannabis. This shop is identified as a connoisseur establishment.
The Bij Coffeeshop is quite different from the old-school vibe of many others in the city. It has the medically professional feel of a pharmacy or Colorado cannabis dispensary. The shop decor is clean and clinical, and budtenders wear white coats.
The cannabis menu tends to be moderate in size at Greenhouse Effect. They are also big on edibles, and we've recognized this shop for it. If you are in search of something a bit more elegant than the traditional bland "space cake", come here.
CoffeeshopAmsterdam is aesthetically impressive, with a combination of exposed brick, modern furnishings, and cool lighting that makes this shop contemporary and inviting. Sister shop to Tweede Kamer, and a connoisseur establishment.
Katsu is that this is an extremely artsy place, with an eclectic welcoming vibe. It is also regarded as a connoisseur shop, and generally boasts an excellent and diverse weed and hash menu. This is a standout shop in De Pijp section of Amsterdam.
Eerste v/d Helststraat 70
The atmosphere of De Kade is best described as artsy, chill, and unpretentious. This shop is basically a hybrid combination of small arcade, local pub, and your living room. The cannabis menu at De Kade was recently upgrade to connoisseur status
This Boerejongens location has a similar feel to their other shops. The vibe inside is elegant and clinical. If we were to define it, we would say it feels like a cross between a bank and an American cannabis dispensary.
In the back of this location, one will find numerous display cases showing off various trophies and other awards that Green House has won. They also have a "wall of celebrities" in the far corner. They've had no shortage of famous customers here.
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 191
Founded in 1975, The Bulldog claims the distinction of being the first coffeeshop in the city. At one time Bulldog 90 was an illegal establishment, selling cannabis in violation of Dutch law. There is much tribute to this history throughout the shop.
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 90