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The area between Leidsestraat and Raadhuisstraat is known as De 9 Straatjes (The 9 Streets), named after the nine side streets connecting the main canals in the city centre. Together they constitute a charming neighbourhood full of unique shops, trendsetting fashion and wonderful places to drink and dine.

Tripel

Lijnbaansgracht 161
1016 VX AMSTERDAM
Rising out of the ashes of underground club Korsakoff, Tripel is a new beer-lovers paradise on the outskirts of Amsterdam’s Jordaa...

Koh-I-Noor Westermarkt

Westermarkt 29HS
1016 DJ AMSTERDAM
Koh-I-Noor, one of the older Indian restaurants in Amsterdam, was established in 1981. The restaurant serves dishes from the North...

de Glaswerkplaats

Berenstraat 41
1016 GG AMSTERDAM
De Glaswerkplaats is a shop, studio and gallery located in the Negen Straatjes (9 Streets). In an area filled with well-known bran...

Dutch Accent

Berenstraat 41
1016 GG AMSTERDAM
A good stop for souvenirs that go beyond traditional Delftware mementoes and slogan t-shirts, Dutch Accent, located in the centre ...

Eduard Planting Gallery

Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2
1016 KS AMSTERDAM
An attractive gallery in the Jordaan, specialising in showcasing fine art photographs by internationally renowned artists and upco...

Wim van Krimpen

Hazenstraat 20
1016 SP AMSTERDAM
Wim van Krimpen has been respected for decades as one of the most headstrong museum directors in the Netherlands and was till 2012...

Pluk 9 Straatjes

Reestraat 19
1016 DM AMSTERDAM
We like the Reestraat because of the variety of cute shops and coffee bars. Pluk is one of these spots, a great place to start you...

Het Molenpad

Prinsengracht 653
1016 HV AMSTERDAM
Once upon a time, Het Molenpad was a good old-fashioned ‘brown bar’, but it can now call itself a ‘new brown’ bar. The bar, with i...

Casa Peru

Leidsegracht 68
1016 CP AMSTERDAM
Authentic Peruvian food on an Amsterdam canal? Well, yes – at Casa Peru on the corner of the Leidsegracht and the Prinsengracht. T...