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I visit Amsterdam to see friends a few times each year and normally go here for a drink. In this place one Saturday (no football on) and place was fine. Came back in on the Sunday (football on) and surprise, surprise they charged to use...More
We did not stay at this inn, but went in for a drink - we had Smithwicks at 5.50 Euros / pint – average price for the area. The crowd was loud and rowdy - a bunch of drunk guys dressed as monks harassing other...More
Good Irish bar in Amsterdam. Good offers on drinks and a lot cheaper than some of the other bars in Amsterdam. Staff are friendly and the bar stays open quite late. There are TVs and they show some sports mostly soccer. They charge on Saturday...More
We made this bar are home base when on my stag do.
It has everything you need as an Irish man, great beer and nice food. Staff were friendly and always up for a good bit of craic.
Only negative we had was the usage...More
Recommended. Location is good. Staff is helpful. They have a pub downstairs which becomes a big party place on Saturday nights.
Only issue i found was that there was only one bathroom per dorm room *i.e. per 8-10 beds
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