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Korte Putstraat 25
Klassiek is the Dutch word for classic, and that word seems to sum up Café Klassiek in a nutshell. The interior is graced by chic chandeliers...
't Bonte Palet
With a maximum capacity of 65 people, this local watering hole claims to be ’s-Hertogenbosch's smallest pub and to be honest, we'd have...
If any pub deserves the label beer bar, it’s definitely 't Paultje. You can order no less than 155 beers here, six of which are on draught....
't Root Scharlaken
The Beatles may have stopped making records decades ago, but their music lives on at ‘t Root Scharlaken, where many of their framed LPs hang...
The classic Grand Café Cinq is one of the city's trendiest and most popular bars. The hardworking and friendly staff serve all kinds of...
New ownership doesn't always lead to a better concept, but we've been sold on De Boulevard ever since it opened its doors in 2012. This...
Eerste Korenstraatje 16
It’s a bit of a tight squeeze to enter through the swinging doors, but once inside you’ll find yourself in a mini disco. Disco lights and...
Kolperstraat 11 - 13
The orange coloured retro wallpaper and the catchy dance music from the 1970s and 80s will take you back to a time when your legs would take you to...
De Meierijsche Kar
The name of this 110-year old cosy eating place stems from the name of the region surrounding ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Meierij. The...
With a floor area of 35m2 this is one of the smallest bars in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. The remarkably friendly regulars instantly recognise any...
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