Housed in a former Port Authority building slightly out of the city center, Panama consists of a restaurant and a hip nightclub/theater at night. The restaurant itself is roomy, with large windows, high ceilings and subdued stylish decoration.
Club, close to Central Station, with good house dj's or live gigs depending on the night. Enough space to dance and sit. Check out the web pages for more info.
Dress Code: Hmm.... No Sneakers is a good code to any of the clubs in Amsterdam (with this I mean of course the normal running shoes). But otherwise, haven't notice any special dress code in Panama
In the club agendas it is not always easy to determine which are the good clubs, so here are a couple of recommended clubs. Keep in mind that there are a lot more clubs in Amsterdam and my taste might not be yours! Check out the websites for more info and to make your own choice...
Check out the lucky names for free entrance! Leidseplein area.
Cheap beers, alternative crowd. Leidseplein area.
Concerts and parties such as the Noodlanding parties. Leidseplein area.
Concerts, culture, dance. Check their site for the agenda. Leidseplein area.
To stay, drink, dine and dance. Slightly out of the center but worth the (taxi) trip!
Exclusive. Possibility to have dinner. Also slightly out of the center.
Quite small venue in the Red Light District.
Used to go here when I was younger. Rembrandtplein area.
Never been here but is supposed to be good.
Housed in a former Port Authority building slightly out of city center, Panama comprises a restaurant and a hip nightclub/theatre. The restaurant itself is a roomy affair, with large windows, high ceilings and subdued stylish decoration.
Panama is a new night club that has been introduced with a lot of publicity and 'street buzz'. The club is different indeed: more classy and more expensive. In the beginning, there was a Salsa party each Wednesday, then it was changed ot Wednesdays once a month and now there is a party called Latin Fever every 1st Sunday of the month. The different levels with seats surrounding the central stage/dance floor give it a very nice atmosphere. The wooden dance floor is a bit stiff for my taste. The Salsa evening is organized in cooperation with Jorge Suarez of La Pachanga. Panama is located in the east side of town in an area that is still under development. It has a flashy web site.
The cultural hub in the regenrated docklands district. Live bands, plays, dance shows. Excellet DJs & arthouse cinema.