the twilight zone is a little and very confortable coffee shop.Somebody wouldn't enter because there are a lot of coffees that seem to be better than this.But,listen to me: if your idea is to smoke the best hash joints at the lowest prices you must absolutely get in it.
I suggest you to try Tibisla(it's a special cream that gives you the idea about having smoked *** till yesterday,the price is 7 euros per gram,less than the not so good creams you can find in shops like Baba,Bulldog,grasshopper,la canna.)There's also a pretty girl working there:so listen to me and go to the twilight zone!
Dress Code: it's a coffee,not a marriage
You can't get the full Amsterdam experience without going to a coffeeshop. The atmosphere alone is unique, find a nice quiet one to chill out in, you will probably find the bartender speaks excellent English and is very laid back and helpful.
A whole new business and nightlive center has arisen near the Amsterdam ArenA. Here you'll find the Heineken Music Hall, a venue for music concerts. There is also a large cinema, Pathe. The only disadvantage of this location is that it is not that safe at night.
Amsterdam is to be savored at night.
My favorite coffee bars: Baba, Bulldog and the Rocket Cafe
I loved Baba because of the elephant motif. It was also very comfy, with couches and low tables.
Bulldog--I know this is the most famous place, and yet it is still damn *cozy*. I love how people engrave their names and such into the wood (see photo). This place is an institution!
Rocket--I have no idea how to tell you to get there. But find it. The 'bartender' (or whatever you call him) was this very friendly Jamaican guy who was very accomodating :)
Let me also say, the coffee in these places is damn good too.
Dress Code: ANYTHING!!
This is not a fine-dining experience and *be glad*.
I liked this coffee shop named BABA, they have everything from brownies to......Check it out by yourself!
Dress Code: Anything goes