Houndstooth Coffee Third wave and then some featured
Midnight Cowboy Civilized insobriety featured
Harvest and Company Vintage reimagined featured

Part vintage furniture store, part gallery and part project hub, Harvest and Company has come to market in a big way in Amsterdam’s Oud West. Throwing accepted notions of interior goods shops out of a very high window (so that you wouldn’t be able to recognise them even if they survived the fall), they went back to the drawing board to create a bold new breed of design boutique.

The white-walled and polished-concrete floored space (dotted here and there with potted plants and cacti) plays home to a curated collection of wall decorations, custom-made tables, and industrial lights and chairs—all more than worthy additions to even the slickest of pads.

Hotel de Goudfazant Industrial dining featured

Epitomizing industrial-chic, Hotel de Goudfazant is no pension, rather a converted warehouse in city-north serving up some of Amsterdam’s most refined eats.

A giant glass-bottle chandelier hangs over the 1,200 square meter space, setting the tone for the creative, polished food to come as the seasonal dishes spin out of the kitchen and onto the tables of the city’s dapper diners. Fried sweetbreads with apple-rhubarb sauce or veal cheeks with green asparagus and tarragon mayonnaise are some of the menu’s stars, but the card changes with each season so expect quality quality produce whatever the time of year. Come summertime and the linen-clad tables are freed up, as patrons move outside to dine waterside.

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