Grand Café during the day, where you can relax and sip coffee, until it's transformed into a party place. Silva has been going strong for a few years now and continues to be one of the city's better hangouts.
This is one of Den Bosch's discotheques. It is in the Karrenstraat and has some nice decorations. It is just as if you are in a carrousel. There are some horses in here as well. Not actual ones of course but for decoration. On Fridays and Saturdays it's a great place. Last time we visited on Monday is was a pretty dead place with about 15 people including us! However it is one of the few places in the city that is open untill 4am. Most places close already at 2am.
Dress Code: On Monday's I had no problem with sneakers and jeans. I think their policy is not too strict, but I'm not sure about Friday and Saturday when the place is crowded.
The town's most amazing party venue. This one put Den Bosch on the map a few years ago because it's one of the most amazing places in the country to go out! De Orangerie is located in an old gothic church and now hosts parties, including clubnights.
Every 2nd Friday of the month used to see a famous gay party. Patrons flocked from all over the country (and beyond the borders!) to immerse in the grandiose surroundings and to have a fun time with a bunch of friendly folks. Those days are now gone, but that doesn't means nothing's happening anymore. There still are nights where crowds are giving it loads to 70's and 80's music. A great weekend altogether and lots of fun to be had for all. Make sure you visit their website for more info or just drop in to check the listings.
A great bar with staff that speaks very good english! They had enough beers on draft and there was spots on the big screens. I had lunch and it was great, large portions and cheap! thats how we like it!
Dress Code: there was no dresscode
If you want to drink and dance until late, this a good option to go to. True, Chez Nous' clientele mainly consists of the gay crowd, but you'll rub shoulders with all kinds of folk and the bar is so laid-back you'll have no problem partying down or laying low - whichever you prefer!
Make sure you're there just after 2am as other bars close around that time. It's jammers after 2.30am and you mightn''t get in at that stage.
Dress Code: Anything goes, you'll notice that when you're inside so don't worry.
Formerly known as Kings, this one (to my knowledge) is going strong as one of the major dance joints. I guess the fact that you have to be 23 years or older to enter has something to do with that as well! The location is excellent anyway (just off the Markt).
Dress Code: It's quite clubby so you get the picture!
very nice modern pub, good music and great beers offcourse and a terrace in front.
A famous rural writer Anton Koolen used to visit this pub a lot that where this pub get its name from.
oct, 21. 2006:
Lenny and Pamela and i had had special coffëe and a "Bossche Bol" a chocolade cake with whipped cream inside yammy!
Dress Code: casual
Bar Le Duc is a bar that brews its own beers. There's a standard choice of two beers, and they might have an occassional seasonal beer as well, I'm not sure. Highly recommended to try them all out. And of course they also have a choice of other beers, but I don't know which ones as I never bothered to find out.
Dress Code: Dresscodes are a stupid concept. Don't go naked though.
Den Bosch at de Markt (marketsquare) by night during a life- music event.
lots of beer........... because many friends of Jeanette were there and we stayed all together during and after the life event:-)
Den Bosch has some great activities all year long and a lot of great pubs to visit
Dress Code: casual
This golden oldie is located on the Markt in a cellar. It's a fav hangout for many people and although not specifically trendy, it's definitely a local hotspot!