De Drie Fleschjes pub (founded in 1650, one of the oldest in the city), serves a wide range of Dutch gins (jenever), including Lucas Bols' Corenwyn, and a nice selection of spirits, all in a setting that reflects the Golden Age.
Gulpener beer is on tap and, depending on the season, there are a number of specialty beers. There is also wonderful wine and an unparalleled variety of delicious bar snacks to accompany the drinks.
De Drie Fleschjes History
Behind the Nieuwe Kerk on Dam Square, De Drie Fleschjes, Amsterdam's oldest tasting room, has been located since 1650. It features unique architecture where fifty barrels lined up on a unique wall of mayor's bottles bring the Golden Age to life.
Alongside a variety of jenevers, including Lucas Bols' Corenwyn, De Drie Fleschjes serves a variety of appetizing liqueurs. Gulpener beer is served, and specialty sparkling beers are served regularly depending on the season.
De Drie Fleschjes is also a great choice for a good glass of wine: our specially selected wines will make your taste buds dance. There are also excellent appetizers available, such as ox sausage, the classic meatball in gravy, old Beemster cheese with mustard and much more.