Amsterdam's Artsy Cafés
Discover a diverse array of Amsterdam's captivating cafés seamlessly blending art, culture, and culinary delights. From the international allure of a modern art gallery with its own daily dining space to a carefully curated gallery showcasing fair trade coffee alongside compelling exhibitions, and a creative hub offering ever-changing culinary creations, these cafés transcend traditional expectations.
No Man’s Art Gallery
Emphasizing its international program, this modern art gallery showcases the work of eight artists. Annually, it establishes temporary galleries in various countries and maintains two permanent spaces in Amsterdam. One of these spaces features 'de bar,' open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
All items at Cloud Gallery Amsterdam undergo careful curation, including the selection of fair trade coffee and tea, which is chosen with the same level of care and consideration as the artwork displayed on the walls. The gallery features regularly rotating exhibitions, providing emerging artists and photographers with an opportunity to shine.
This creative space offers coffee, brunch, and pastries. Its recipes regularly rotate based on ingredient availability and their chefs’ inspirations, and its ‘farm to table’ concept, whereby fresh local ingredients get delivered to their doorstep every Wednesday, ensures that all the food is made from fresh ingredients. Lova regularly hosts exhibitions and makes its shop a perfect place to work, connect, and recharge.
Whether you're visiting Foam or reserving a table, the Foam offers a charming spot for coffee, homemade treats, and cosy drinks. Explore a curated collection of books and posters from the Foam Bookshop, featuring photo books, magazines, and more related to the museum's exhibitions and contemporary photography. The café's offerings seamlessly connect with the bookshop at the museum's entrance.
Mediamatic's waterside bar and plant-based restaurant welcome guests daily, offering lunches, cakes, snacks, and drinks. Occasionally, the exhibitions seamlessly blend with the dining area. During the warmer seasons, the Serres Séparées, small intimate greenhouses, are available to provide a private dining experience for couples.