This is a great place to party, the biggest nightclub for Amersfoort and area. It consists of 4 rooms. Glamour (for Guest Djs), Le Club, Jordaan and Crazy Hollywood.
Dress Code: Dress to party - it might vary per occasion. You might want to check the website.
I think it's a pretty cool place. Pretty unique and interesting deco with boots hanging from the ceiling. If you're into rock musics, hard rock musics or heavy metal musics, you should be heading off this way.
Dress Code: Casual and comfy.
vyssotski is a grand cafe with a large terras. A nice place to watch people and have a drink in daytime.
you can get a nice lunch here. sandwiches, soup, tosti's and wraps. my favorite wrap is the one with tuna! hmm
monday evenings there is salsadancing,
thursday evenings live music and every other friday dancing. every other day its one of the few places where you can sit down with friends and have drink
Dress Code: no dress code
het filmhuis is a grandcafe with a terrace.
there is also a restaurant upstairs.
you can get some nice lunches.
many people in their twenties and thirties meet here. some sunday's they have live music. the place is not made for dancing but it is possible ( mostly on fridays)
Dress Code: -
At the corner of Zevenhuizen (name of street) you find this very charming place.I think it is still a bit typîcal dutch.I must say I don't remember the name anymore.But its a great place
Het koetje is the only gay cafe of amersfoort.Its a real party place and can be a lot of fun,ofcourse if you are straight you're also very welcome.
this is a verry small party bar. it is a gay bar but all hetero's are welkom.
a place where everybody can party. enjoy ( or watch out) the "dutch" music that you might hear.
Dress Code: -
there are so many bars in amersfoort.
try the website www.kroegenweb.nl
its in dutch but if you look for Amersfoort ( or any other city) on the left side of the page you can get an impression