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Visiting in late March : what to see, eat and shop like a local

Hi, I will be visiting late March, have a couple of day free would love to see, eat and shop like a local, what are the best places in the city? Ideally foodie reataurants with great wines, where do the locals hang out for drinks and what should I see? If I shop, where do I go not to get taken like the tourist that I am? Thanks

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top answer by
rutger from Netherlands

Relatively new cosy spots for a beer and more outside city centre (west); check out  Van Mechelen (close to Vondelpark),  Bar BaarschCafé Zurich. Now for local local food you'd go to  Hap-Hmm. Not sure whether this turned into a tourist attraction yet. Used to be locals only....

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  1. Café Zurich (restaurant)
  2. Bar Baarsch (attraction)
  3. Hap-Hmm (restaurant)
  4. Van Mechelen (restaurant)
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answered by
Charlotte from Amsterdam

Have a look at for the latest foodie restaurants.Good places are BAUT, Repéré and Bar Brouw. I shop at the 9 little streets and Haarlemmerstraat, great coffee places of there as well!

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  2. Repéré (restaurant)
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Apple Pie is very famous in Amsterdam. We ate it at the  Villa Zeezicht and it was amazing. Nice little cafe - also the ciabattas and other stuff was very good. So, now you've got something for the afternoon ;)

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answered by
Kaman from Hong Kong

De Ysbreeker

Weesperzijde 23, 1091 EC Amsterdam, Netherlands

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