Café Loetje

Adres data

Café loetje
Johannes Vermeerstraat 52
1071 DT Amsterdam
020-662 81 73

Opening hours

Open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m.
Kitchen is open until 10:30 p.m.

31th december open untill 16:00 a.m.
1th januari open from 12:00 a.m.

Parking

There is (limited) paid parking on the adjacent streets.

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Opening hours

Open 7 days a week from 10:00 a.m.
Kitchen is open until 10:30 p.m.

31th december open untill 16:00 a.m.
1th januari open from 12:00 a.m.

Parking

There is (limited) paid parking on the adjacent streets.

Route

Adres data

Café loetje
Johannes Vermeerstraat 52
1071 DT Amsterdam
020-662 81 73

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Café Loetje (Johannes Vermeerstraat)

Café Loetje began about 40 years ago as a neighbourhood pub and billiards bar on the corner of the Johannes Vermeerstraat in Amsterdam South, near the Museumplein. Here lie the roots of the Loetje concept; this is where our sirloin steak was successfully put on the menu in the 70s and where the billiards tables made room for a ‘new’ pub, which – as it turned out – became the basis for all the other Loetje establishments in the Netherlands.

Over the years, Café Loetje has taken on a bigger and more modern look, keeping a number of characteristic elements of the past. The façade is authentic, you can eat at special ‘Loetje tables’ and you can still see the old logo on the windows, with a nod to the billiards bar of the past.

The current Café Loetje is a cosy restaurant with a spacious seating area, a nice bar, a pleasant ‘Bij de buren’ room and an outdoor terrace where you sit amidst the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam.

Café Loetje (Johannes Vermeerstraat)

Café Loetje began about 40 years ago as a neighbourhood pub and billiards bar on the corner of the Johannes Vermeerstraat in Amsterdam South, near the Museumplein. Here lie the roots of the Loetje concept; this is where our sirloin steak was successfully put on the menu in the 70s and where the billiards tables made room for a ‘new’ pub, which – as it turned out – became the basis for all the other Loetje establishments in the Netherlands.

Over the years, Café Loetje has taken on a bigger and more modern look, keeping a number of characteristic elements of the past. The façade is authentic, you can eat at special ‘Loetje tables’ and you can still see the old logo on the windows, with a nod to the billiards bar of the past.

The current Café Loetje is a cosy restaurant with a spacious seating area, a nice bar, a pleasant ‘Bij de buren’ room and an outdoor terrace where you sit amidst the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam.

Familiar with
our menu?