This is the street to be when you want to chill out, have a blast, dance or just enjoy beer or
and a smoke or have a meal or just a snack.
This street is very crowded in the weekend, during the week its more quiet.
Each cafe has its own public/music. From latin to disco, from Dutch to Rock and Rollmusic.
Lots of different restaurants like Italian, Greek, Egytian, Chinese, Israelian etc.
Eindhoven has a lot of festivals during spring/summer and Stratumseind is one of the places in the center where the events take place.
Le Squale used to be my fav, pub on the Stratumseind, the atmosphere is great, everybody is welcome no matter what profession, clothings or believes.
Its was called Le Squale, then 2 bB's, but now it has changed again.
On the first and 3rd. picture some of my friends after the marathon Eindhoven 9 October 2005
The 2nd. picture was made on the VT meeting 2002 with Sharon (Israel), Csauve-Chris(Canada) Gianluca (Italy) and me
Dress Code: casual, what ever you like
what time to do wanna eat? opposite the station you can have breakfast early in the morning or at:
La Place HeuvelGalerie opens at 9 am:
at night there are enough small and big cafetaria opened at Stratumseind.
where is the gig?
PJ Wilhelmina is indeed one of my favourite pubs but....they dont serve food at night/morning:-)
AZfter 13 years this great bikerscafe is closed, the owner want something elase....what a shame, this was one of the greatest piubs on Stratumseind..
Thunderroadhouse is a bikers cafe on the Stratumseind.
Mostly bikers and hardrock-lovers visit this pub. The owners wear "klompen" .
The only 2 persons in Eindhoven i think.
Here we started the beertrail hehe...
This picture was made during the Eindhoven meeting on Sept.28th.2002 made by
Diamonddog (Rudy) thanx for the picture :-)
Dress Code: Casual or hardrock or whatever:-)
For a real good night out u should visit this pub as well, it has great music! Lifesessions and lifebands!
look at their website below.
Closed on mondays!
FRI and Sat open 14.00-04.00
Tue, Wed en Thu 19.00-02.00
Eindhoven has a compact and lively city centre. People go out and nightlife takes place mainly in five different 'going out areas'. These areas, each with its own atmosphere and character, are all within walking distance of one another in the city centre...this is one of the bars in Stratumseind area and looks like a riders bar in route 66..
Dress Code: no dress code
they stopped and its a skelterrace now in 2006.
We had races (its forbidden now to use animals on events) with real camels for about 13 years, people working at bars were racing for the best driver, but now its forbidden!
Camels are still there but only to take kids for a ride, meanwhile the bartenders can still race but on mechanic camels(((
but the atmohspehere in the street is great, lots of fun, lots of beer and very crowded untill the early morning:-)
Dress Code: casual, the bartenders extreme:-)
Jules passed away on 8th. January 2005..........OHe was one of the most famous pianists in Eindhoven Jules Hodge, he used to play at my favourite pub Le Squale for many years.
This guy was music!
This is'nt a nighttime tip anymore but a memory for myself and maybe for others who know him.
May he rest in peace, thanx Jules for the great times
Dinsdag 11 januari 2005 - In het Tilburgse Elizabethziekenhuis is in de nacht van zaterdag op zondag de Eindhovense pianist/entertainer Jules Hodge overleden aan de gevolgen van een herseninfarct. Hodge werd 63 jaar.
De uit Aruba afkomstige beroepsmuzikant was decennialang een bekende verschijning in het uitgaansleven van Eindhoven en daarbuiten. Hij ontleende populariteit aan zijn imitaties van Fats Domino en was een begenadigd muzikant, die er altijd in slaagde om gezelligheid te scheppen. Om die reden speelde hij op ontelbare feesten en partijen. Ook trad hij vaak op in Duitsland en was hij entertainer op cruises.
Zaterdagavond speelde Hodge met zijn trio in het Eindhovense Cafe Vlakbij. Na twee sets werd hij getroffen door een ernstige herseninfarct. Hij werd met spoed per ambulance naar het Eindhovense Catharinaziekenhuis en aansluitend naar het Tilburgse Elizabethziekenhuis gebracht, waar hij overleed.
De uitvaartplechtigheid vindt vrijdag om 14.30 uur plaats in het Eindhovense Crematorium Rijtackers aan de Anthony Fokkerweg.
The Stratumseind has more than 40 bars and various eating places which are also open at night. You can walk from bar to bar with your drink, and there's really great DJ's playing LOUD music - Dutch techno, of course. Crowds tend to be very young, as most older people (>21) tend toward the discos (which are >21 only).
Dress Code: No special dress code, although most are dressed nice/trendy (typical European)
If you like bars crowded with people, with music so loud that even the slightest attempt at a conversation is bound to fail, and with lousy drinks at high prices; this street is for you! If you don't like this sort of place, you have a problem in Eindhoven. Most bars seem to be like this.
Dress Code: The bars are dull so you're probably supposed to dress 'trendy'. It's an obvious combination.
The nightlife in Eindhoven is probably some of the finest in the world if you in your teens/early twenties but for the older generation I have not found it. I truly don’t know where the old “nightlifers” go but would love to find out.
Eindhoven is FILLED with bars and restaurants.
I must admit I was very surprised by all the culinary posibilities offered in this city. All types of food are offered in this city and bars are all over the place.
Dress Code: Seems pretty casual all over..
One of the best places to be!
At daytime it is a restaurant, but when the moon wakes up....it's party time!
The restaurant is transfered into a mixture of cafe and discotheque...with trancy kind of music, very nice!
Good music, nice (and beautiful) people, good atmosphere....all there is to it!
Dress Code: From normal, regular, to light extravaganza...but don't overdo it.
Stratums Eind. Eindhoven has got a very unique thing: the Stratums Eind. This is a street with only cafe's. It's sometimes a bit vulgair but very handy when you want to have a good time by getting bery drunk.
Excellent bar with a large choice of beer. Friendly welcome and a beer menu to choose from.
Would like to spend more time than the hour we had there.
Snacks available too.
The students in Eindhoven are celebrating the weekend in the center city bars. They are complemented by the PSV soccer fans.
Dress Code: Casual