Could not find a name on the door, but they had good croissants and coffee with inside seating---lots of other bakery goodies as well---the sign outside said they were a Smit and Dorlas (coffee supplies) distributor---right on a corner of 2 streets on the walk to the harbor.
At the end of the street after walking through the harbor area and to the left a little, you come to the sea/bay and a couple of benches to sit and enjoy the views. The house facing the water had all these cow skins drying in the air----also as I walked back all these kids cam riding by on their bikes ------definitely walk around more than just the harbor semi-circle---get inside the town a bit and you'll see lots more real Holland!
Should you wish to take a return Ferry Trip to Marken prices at August 2012:
Adult Euro 12
Child Euro 8.50
We took the bus as we wanted to see some of the farmland and possibly a windmill.
Along the harbor way, this was the only fish and chips place, I think---love the french fry guy!
Right on the main way along the harbor.
A cute little bar/Karaoki/party pub in the middle of Volendam---Alpine looking down in a hollow open mostly late afternoons.
This delightful harbour was once filled with busy fishing vessels. It is a unique open harbour which is still in its original state. There are numerous tiny cottages which back onto the harbour.