A March 2005 trip
to Amsterdam by pennzance
Quote: We went to the Supper Club one night for an awesome night out.
Hotel | "Flying Pig"
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 15, 2005
The Flying Pig Downtown Hostel
+31 (0)20 420 68 22
The place was very hard to find, as it was down a small ally and the door was hidden, with no sign hinting it was there. Once we realized that the big gold door was the Supper Club, we made our way into a bar/lounge area where we had some drinks to start. The decor was great; everything was white with colorful lights glowing on it.
Once there were a few more people, they started to seat us in the dining area. We sat a sofa/bed-type thing that was long enough to fit many parties next to each other. There was lots of music and live video shows all night long, as well as some people dressed in drag dancing on the bar at certain points in the night. The menu was predetermined, so they brought us a full five-course meal, and everything was excellent. The coolest part was there were a few girls (also dressed in all white) who went around and, for an additional charge, would give you a back massage in between courses.
Overall, it was a great experience. The price was high, so we made it our one expensive night out since we were students at the time. I would recommend this to big groups or to a couple, because it can also be very romantic.
Member Rating 5 out of 5 on June 15, 2005
Jonge Roelensteeg 21
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1012 PL
+31 20 344 64 00
Attraction | "The Most FUN! Canal Cruise"
But the tour guide is from the US and moved to Amsterdam. He knew so much about the area, and there was no language barrier. He told us to grab a beer or whatever we wanted to take on the boat so we could relax, ask questions, and see the area. I learned more about Amsterdam on that boat ride and still had a fun time. We met some cool people there, too.
Amsterdam Canal Cruises