Listings in 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.
Flashback is a Moroccan-owned shop. They feature a large smoking room in the back, and it isn't rare to find it packed with locals. However, being so accustomed to serving locals, don't be surprised (or offended) if they ask you to smoke elsewhere.
Nogal Wiedes is a small coffeeshop that primarily serves as a take-and-go. If you are looking to chill a bit though, fret not. There are two small smoking rooms behind the counter. Each area has one table and a TV, and offers a fair bit of privacy.
Czaar Peterstraat 122
Hunter’s Filiaal is a down-to-earth establishment reminiscent of a local sports bar. This furnishings are wood and basic, but comfortable. Perhaps the most notable feature is found behind the shop: its large garden and patio area.
There is a Moroccan theme inside Freedom coffeeshop; a bit chill and funky, very down to earth. The furniture basic, but comfortable. Freedom has a Statue of Liberty on its sign. We’ll take this as confirmation that all city visitors are welcome.
Van Hogendorpstraat 201
The owners of The Point Coffeeshop are from Ghana. This is proudly displayed on their red, green and yellow sign out front, as well as a national flag they have hung behind the ordering counter. Their establishment primarily serves as a take-and-go.
Derde Oosterparkstraat 73
Top Weazle is a locals’ gathering place, with a roomy smoking lounge. There is an African theme in this establishment. You’ll notice giant zebra and lion paintings on the walls, and various related bits of artwork and sculpture around the shop.
420 Café has an opulant polished hardwood interior. Not what you expect of the average Dutch coffeeshop, the interior is opulent. 420 is filled with beautiful polish hardwood, giving it a feeling of an upscale café, or perhaps urban microbrewery.
Once there was a small smoking lounge open here. These days, Risky Business serves as a take-away only shop. They cater mainly to residents in the area, who stop in for a quick purchase before going on with the rest of their day or evening.
Bos en Lommerweg 163-A