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Brasserie van Baerle is housed in what was once a typical town house in Amsterdam. The moulded ceilings, stained glass, mirrors, polished glass and other characteristic details of a building with history that conveys the spirit of the turn of the previous century. Over the years, the layout has changed, the fittings have been updated and renovations have been carried out, but the authentic atmosphere has always been kept intact.
The restaurant is located on the ground floor. Upstairs, there is a private dining room for receptions, professional meetings and dinners for larger groups. There is a large garden on the premises, too, which serves as a green patio in summertime. It is an urban oasis and the ideal place to spend a delightful afternoon or evening.
Brasserie van Baerle offers a unique place in Amsterdam, bordering the historic city centre and Amsterdam-Zuid. It is within easy walking distance of the Concertgebouw, the major museums and the fashionable P.C. Hooftstraat shopping Mecca. There is ample parking in the underground Museumplein car park as well as excellent access to public transportation.