Listings in Connoisseur
The coffeeshop has definitely been partnering with quality breeders. Likewise, they often have a menu with competition-winning selections on it. We recognize this shop as a connoisseur establishment; a distinction well deserved.
The name of this shop translates in English as "The Balloon". Het Ballonnetje is one of the oldest coffeeshops in the city, first opening its doors in 1978. So, this is a historic place. It is also one of the more quintessential Dutch establishments.
Amnesia Coffeeshop is a trendy establishment in the heart of Amsterdam Centrum’s canal ring. The shop has somewhat of a nightclub feeling to it, with a well detailed and “polished” interior. The cannabis menu is also connoisseur quality here.
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.
This shop might just be “the” place for the visiting celebrity stoner. The atmosphere is upscale. The menu is excellent, and boasts many internationally famous strains. Perhaps most importantly though, it is far enough from the center to be quiet.
Being in Thorbecke Square, Bushdoctor Coffeeshop has access to a great deal of outdoor seating space. On sunny days, they take full advantage of it. They'll place roughly a dozen small tables outside, and enough seating for several times that number.
Rusland has the distinction of being the first legally-established coffeeshop in the city. It holds coffeeshop license number 001, and opened its doors on April 30, 1975. As such, this is recognized as a historic shop and one of Amsterdam's pioneers.
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
Tweede Kamer is noted for a quality cannabis menu, something not unexpected given this shop is owned by the same people that built Dampkring. Likewise, they offer a diverse variety of weed (flower) and hashish options. They also serve great coffee.
The name La Tertulia translates from Spanish as "The Salon". This appears consistent with this vibe they are trying to cultivate in this place. When you walk in, you will find a bright and open split-level coffeeshop.