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A Guide to Private Dining Events in Amsterdam

If you like old cities that have had the benefit of centuries of travel and trade come through it, then you’re in the right place. It has cuisines from around the world and some remarkable venues for you to enjoy them in. To help you get in on the action, we’ve produced this guide to private dining events in Amsterdam. If you still have questions at the end, ask our experts. They’re a click away!

The Best Areas in Amsterdam to Host Private Dining Events 

  • Oud-West – Oud-West (Old West) is a vibrant neighbourhood that shares a tight border between the city centre and the expansive Vondelpark. It’s home to some of the best restaurants in Amsterdam and some of its hippest cultural venues. This is the heart of the city’s street food scene, with showpiece developments like the Foodhallen finding their home here. In other words, it’s a must-visit for all foodies.
     
  • Oost – Oost (Amsterdam East) is Amsterdam as the locals like it. It’s not too busy, but it’s never boring; it has a pace and style of its own. You’ll find lots of hipster food and bar joints, and cuisines and markets from all over the world, as well as a great variation in private dining room styles, from greenhouses to 60’s vintage modernism.
     
  • The 9 Streets – The 9 Streets (De 9 Straatjes) is a micro-neighbourhood located within the cities central canal rings. It’s a picturesque little series of streets that traverse Amsterdam’s grandest canals. It’s great for cosy cafes, designers shops, and private dining rooms that embody the soul of the city’s illustrious past.

What to Expect from Cuisine in Amsterdam

What you’ll love about the cuisine in Amsterdam is the diversity. From fast food to silver service; from local and from lands far away, they have it all. For example, the city is home to a staggering 16 Michelin-starred restaurants and also specialises in Indonesian and Moroccan takeaway food. 

After that, you could go Dutch; Amsterdam grew off the back of its ability to fish herring. Pickled herring has fallen out of fashion, but it’s an experience you won’t forget. How about the bar snack that nobody likes until they try it? Ladies and gentlemen, Bitterballen. Just trust us! 

There’s a strong snack shop culture that was largely driven by Turkish entrepreneur immigration. You can get things like deep-fried croquet, Turkish pizza, and a kapsalon, a french fry salad with donner meat. 

What is great about the cuisine is that it evolves with the trends of the time. As you can imagine, it has some of the biggest and best vegan catering in any city you care to mention. Get the skinny on our favourites in our guide to Amsterdam’s best vegan catering

And for the morning before or the morning after, you’re going to need some food too. Luckily for you, there are some fabulous options for eating out early in the day. From fast-casual hipster joints to the classical breakfast places, check out the best brunch spots in Amsterdam right here. 

 

How to Get to Your Outdoor Event in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a relatively small major city compared to some of its counterparts in Europe. And it’s made all the easier to get around thanks to the public transport system operated by GVB. Their intuitive and accessible system offers travel by train, tram, metro, bus, and ferry. 

Another great way to get around Amsterdam is to cycle. The city is iconic for its cycling culture. It’s easy to rent a bicycle. And safe to ride, too, once you’re out there, thanks to the purpose-built cycle paths. 

If you enjoy walking then, this is a great city for that too. And finally, if you prefer to travel by taxi, we recommend you have the Uber app when in Amsterdam.

Oud-West 

 Public Transport

      • Buses: 18, 347, 357, 397. 
      • Metro: 52. 
      • Tram: 13, 17, 19, 3, 7. 

Secure Parking Garages in Oud-West 

      • Mobypark – Vondelstraat 4. 

Oost 

Public Transport

      • Buses: 37, 41. 
      • Metro: 51, 53, 54.
      • Train: IC, SPR. 
      • Tram: 1, 3, 19. 

Secure Parking Garages in Oost

      • Q-Park East – Wibaustraat 3. 
      • Q-Park Oostport – Polderweg 92. 

The 9 Streets 

Public Transport

      • Buses: 18, 22, 347, 357, 397. 
      • Metro: 52. 
      • Tram: 13, 17.  

Secure Parking Garages in The 9 Streets

      • Q-Park – Marnixstraat 250.  
      • Onepark – Elandsgracht 13A.

 

Where to Stay While in Amsterdam for Your Private Dining Event 

Hotels in Oud-West

Modern Hotel with Art Nouveau Interiors 

      • Prices start from €463
      • Star Rating: 4.5
      • Highlights: Stunning art nouveau interior, state-of-the-art technology, rainfall showers, marble bathtubs, restaurant and lounge area. 

Hotels in Oost

Historical Hotel with a Contemporary Design

      • Prices start from €70
      • Star Rating: 4.2
      • Highlights: Historical building, contemporary interior, WiFi, bar and restaurant, TV. 

Urban Boutique Hotel with a Quirky Touch

      • Prices start from €70
      • Star Rating: 4.2
      • Highlights: Monumental exterior, Italian inspired interior, TV, trendy lounge bar, TV, mini-fridge. 

Hotels in The 9 Streets 

Exclusive and Stylish Boutique Hotel 

      • Prices start from €339
      • Star Rating: 4.7
      • Highlights: Unique rooms, stylish design, great views, WiFi, mini-fridge, Michelin Star restaurant, luxurious private bathrooms.

FAQ for private dining Rooms in Amsterdam

A private dining room in Amsterdam can cost between €90 - €170 per hour. This price can vary depending on the number of guests and menu selection. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on the requirements of your private dinner.

Each private dining room has different cancellation policies. Generally, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. Cancellations within 48 hours of your booking are typically non-refundable.

There are plenty of great locations in Amsterdam for a private dinner, such as De Pijp, De Wallen, Nieuwmarkt en Lastage, Buiksloterham, Westerpark, Oud-West and Oud-Zuid. We recommend choosing an area that has good late-night transport links for guests. Alternatively, choose a neighbourhood that is close to your accommodation. Discover our favourite areas in Amsterdam for private dining in our guide.

Absolutely! Most restaurants are available for private hire depending on the date(s) and availability. If not, you can hire their private dining room. It isn't unusual for restaurants to work on a minimum spend basis if you intend to book the entire venue.

Booking a venue for your event is easy! Simply browse through our selection of private dining rooms in Amsterdam and submit a request for your dates. Our City Experts will get back to you with a quote and availabilities. If you are struggling to decide, get in touch, and we can recommend some suitable venues.

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