Three Great Destinations You Must Try
There is no better way to spend a Sunday than waking up late and enjoying a nice meal. Turn the alarm off on your phone, enjoy that cup of coffee, and don’t rush through your morning ablutions to get anywhere. While brunch is a fairly new concept in Amsterdam, they are definitely making up for lost time with some great places to enjoy your first meal of the day with scrumptious food, and perhaps a cocktail. Journey with Coconut Club Vacations to Amsterdam and enjoy brunch at the best destinations in town.
For those Americans that are looking for their traditional and not quite traditional breakfast staples look no further than Staring at Jacob. They are nestled away on a neighborhood side street in Oud West. It’s one of the cities newer restaurants and they serve you breakfast classics as well as the more recent favorite of fried chicken and waffles. It’s a great place to cozy up to on a Sunday morning; they offer friendly service and outside seating by the canal when the weather permits. They open at 10am on Sundays.
If you are starting your day off starving there is no better place to brunch than Little Collins. They are known for their extremely large portions with such delights as coconut French toast and sweet and sour pork belly. A perfect adult beverage to complement them would be one of their Mexican Bloody Mary’s. Feeling stuffed and want to work it off a bit, take a walk through the nearby Sarphati Park, one of the cities many green spaces. Little Collins opens at 10am on Sundays and serves until 4pm.
G’s was one of the first places to serve brunch in Amsterdam. It is located in the Jordaan and a perfect spot to start your Sunday. For those that are looking for a little more adventure with the first meal of their day, they also now offer a two hour brunch tour by boat. What better way to enjoy a Sunday then with a Mimosa and an order of eggs Benedict as you catch the beautiful scenery of this city from one of their many canals. Brunch starts being served at 10:30am.
You have now experienced a food revolution in one of the great cities of Europe. Who knew that there were still places that hadn’t jumped on the band wagon of Sunday brunch? Who doesn’t love sleeping in on a Sunday morning and not worrying that you’ll miss out on all the great breakfast food dining fare.