Listings in Connoisseur
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.
This coffeeshop is a true "chill out" place. The furniture (especially the couches) are comfortable, the music is hip (we think so anyway), and the management keeps the guests happy. They have everything from milkshakes to chocolate chip cookies too!
Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2R
Coffeeshop Roxy has a very upscale feel to it. The place looks more like a trendy restaurant or small art gallery than a traditional Dutch coffeeshop, which is typically more austere. They also have a reputation for quality hashish.
Gerard Doustraat 188
The Stud Coffeeshop sits near the eastern edge of Amsterdam-Oost (Amsterdam East) in the Indische Buurt neighborhood. The cannabis menu itself is large, with more than a dozen weed options. These include many local favorites, and contemporary strains
Basjoe is well known for its selection of marijuana edibles. You’ll notice a large chalkboard behind the counter, which displays their extensive list of offerings. This shop is also known for its gourmet coffee and tea selections.
The trim throughout Green Place is a bit Arabian, with a touch of modern. What this shop lacks in size it seems to make up for in "cool vibe". With regard to their cannabis, Green Place is presently considered a connoisseur establishment.
Barney's Lounge is a modern establishment; the decor a bit of a mix between nightclub and a posh coffee lounge. One of several Barney's establishments, which are are known for their award winning strains and focus on connoisseur customers.
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
This shop gets its name from Bagheera, the black Indian leopard from famous children’s novel The Jungle Book. In contrast to the aggressive logo of Bagheera Coffeeshop, the actual vibe of this place is relaxed and welcoming.