Maastricht Nightlife

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  • Nightlife
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  • Coffeelovers

    by ger4444 Written Apr 18, 2008
    oh so cozy steal

    Just like cafee ‘Zuyd’ located in Ceramique. At the big open space of plein 1992 you find this moder, concrete high celing café, trendy as fasionable. As soon as it gets better weather they put the tables and chairs out at the pavemnet as if they were to release the visitors from the severe, modern and cold interior. It is indeed the place for the would be yuppies, who live in the centre ceramique. But, coffelovers have, strange enough, also opened a café inside the Ezelmarket former library, now the student adminsitration centre. At plein 1992 you pay enough for a small coffee and the view in summer outside at the terrace is the new Plein 1992. Sombre grey and dark tunes inside, not so cozy as f.e. the Vogelstruys or the Perroen. But if you like this, the coffeelist is good and tasty.

    Dress Code: elegant/casual

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  • Wienpreuflokaal Santé

    by ger4444 Updated Apr 18, 2008

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    A place were you can taste quality wines from all over the world. It is also possible to buy a ‘strippencard’ with which you can do a personal tasting at the so called ‘Enotheek’ whish has some of the topwines. They also have a small food card for little apetizers. Beer is also possible as well as wine, but you should of course visit this location for a glass of good wine. However, it is a rather expensive place.

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  • Quasi molo

    by ger4444 Written Apr 18, 2008

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    This location is situated at the basin and has a nice interior as well a pavement terrace that overlooks the port. It is located in an arch cellar and the bar has many cocktails. It has the classic ones (grasshopper, blody marie, manhattan) as well as new ones. During daytime they serve house made soup. The bassin is a new neighboor, a more ‘elegant’ one in town, and surely this quasi molo is ‘the’ place to enjoy the scene, wich is a average sized haven for middle sized fun boats. Surrounded by renovated old store houses.

    Dress Code: elegant

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  • Rekko

    by ger4444 Written Jun 8, 2007

    At the terrace of the Vrijthof they serve berakfast, luch and dinner for a reasonable price. Dish of the day for 9 euro. Aslo they have a salon where you can sit with a group for dinner. the salon has the atmospere of an old livingroom.

    Dress Code: casual/tie

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  • La Cloche

    by ger4444 Written Jun 8, 2007

    The pub is old and brown, very cozy. situated at the Vrijthof it has a large pavement terrace.
    Taste the typical onion soupe, a maastricht tradinional soupe. The pub has 8 special beers on tap and some 30 at bottle.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • D'n Ingel

    by ger4444 Written Jun 8, 2007

    Pushed between the other pubs at the Vrijthof squre, the grand café is small but deep. It has small tables along the bar and in the back some bigger ones. At the firts floor you find a classical salon for meetings, conferences or dinners for groups. The interior of the grand café reminds of french atmosphere.

    Dress Code: casual/tie

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  • De Tribunal

    by ger4444 Written Jun 8, 2007

    A brown pub where you can have food in the morning and afternoon. in the evening its a quite pub, with space for a good conversation. No loud music. Sometimes there are live performances. The pub has small wooden tables, a big reading-table and a wooden fust to stand at. The pub is frequented mainly by students and during daytime by professors from nearby university

    Dress Code: casual/tie

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  • Twee Heeren

    by ger4444 Written Jun 6, 2007

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    Café Twee Heeren is on thesdays overcrowded by international students, so a lot of english speaking people. On wednesdays and thursdays its mainly the dutch students who visit the place and in the weekend the Maastricht people. Music is mainly 70/80's rock. Sunday and monday its a pub with tables and time for a good conversation without loud music. the other days its swinging till 2 am. The pub has also a small pavement terrace.

    Dress Code: casual/tie

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  • de Metro

    by ger4444 Written Jun 6, 2007

    This is a dancing situated in a cellar. The iterior resembles a subwaystation. Its popular amonst local youth mainly. Loud top 40 music; the dancefloor is the central spot with sound and light-effects. Breezers, shooters en cocktails are avaiable.

    Dress Code: causal / party clothes

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  • Clinique

    by ger4444 Written Jun 6, 2007

    A mixture of a brown cafe and a modern dancing. a relax atmosphere with young and older people. Regular live performances. It has also a small pavement terras. There is also a dinner and a menu avaibalbe.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • Servaas café

    by ger4444 Written Jun 6, 2007

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    The pub is situated at the River the Maas and has a terrace at the River with good sights. Its a brown wooden pub, which ressembles a french café. Many beers at the card and some good wiskeys as well. in summer you see people dancing at the street in front of the pub. The pub is very small. In the evening the music might be a bit too loud and then pub being too overcrowded. There is also live music.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • Cafe Metamorfoos

    by ger4444 Written Jun 5, 2007

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    This pub, which is a nightpub, is also referred to as the "meta." Its popular amongst foreign students during weekdays. At night: 10 beer for 12,50 euro. The pub has the double function of being a restaurant at dinnertime and a night pub afterwards.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • Café C'est la vie

    by ger4444 Written Jun 5, 2007

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    This pub is the ultimate partypub in town. it has very loud music, is overcrowded by young people who sing along with the charts the DJ plays. Everyone is dancing at the tables and a normal conversation is impossible. The pub has a small terrace were you can eat untill 9 pm.

    Dress Code: casual, partyclothes

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  • café Falstaff

    by ger4444 Written Jun 5, 2007

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    A wooden two stored pub at the Amorsplein with a pavement terrace. In the summer you enjoy the sun and in winter you relax at a wooden table inside. There are about 70 beers on the list and for conaisserus there are special "beermenues" you ll leave definely tipsy not to say complete drunk.

    Dress Code: casual

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  • De Kadans

    by ger4444 Written Jun 5, 2007

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    During the daytime it is a restaurant at night it is a dancing in the cellar. It is not that big. only one dancefloor and a separate room where there is a bar. yet the place is overcrowded, during weekdays by students, during the weekend by locals. There are also salsa dancing lessons that you can follow.

    Dress Code: casual, no sportshoes.

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