photo credit: Antonina Adamkiewicz

The exterior of Café Twee Prinsen in Amsterdam

Cafe Twee Prinsen

EuropeanWine Bar


$$$$Perfect For:Outdoor/Patio SituationPeople WatchingSmall Plates
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This lively canal-side café is surrounded by several others just like it. (So if all the outdoor seats are taken, as they usually are when the sun shines, you’ll have plenty of backups.) We like this one for its people watching, and you’ll get a little more than the droogworsts, kaasblokjes, and fluitjes of the usual cafe. There’s a thoughtful list of craft and local beers, sparkling wines beyond prosecco and cava, and anchovies and cime di rapa that beat pepernoten. If you need a place to celebrate solo without a full-blown feast, head here.

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