The popular Westerpark area in Amsterdam is really a great all-in-one hotspot. It has a lot of nice breakfast and lunch spots, trendy pubs, bars and restaurants, located in and around the former ‘Westergasfabriek’ (Gas factory) area from the 19th century. Nowadays a lot of cultural activities take place after the factory was abandoned in
Amsterdam food festival Rollende Keukens (mobile kitchens)
15 mei, 2015| Door Dimitry
At the very popular Amsterdam food festival Rollende Keukens (mobile kitchens)music, drinks, food and more food is laid out at Amsterdam’s Westergasfabriek. The number of participants expanded from 30 to 300 in 6 years and the number of visitors likewise. And for a reason! It’s an outdoor happening, in fact it’s a huge pick-nick, but
Westerpark is one of Amsterdam’s most colorful areas, with some of the most affordable homes in the city. Also, the neighborhood is home to a growing underground scene of super cool events and trendy retro clubs that attract a crowd of creative trendsetters. One of these cool events is the Film Food Festival. The Food
From May 28 to June 1, 2014 the seventh edition of ‘The Weekend of the Rolling Kitchens’ (in Dutch, de Rollende Keukens) takes place at the Amsterdam’s Westerpark. It’s the coolest food festival in town, as more than 100 food trucks and other mobile restaurants, from bakery to lobster joints, create one huge open air restaurant.
West is another highly sought after area for expat housing. It claims all the fantastic leisure based perks of the city centre and combines them with a touch of nature. Recent regeneration have transformed West, with its with easy access to the ring road, enormous Westerpark, trendy cafes, and old (industrial) buildings, into a trendy
Whoever thinks that gardening is only for the elderly, is terribly wrong. These days, growing your own food is quite popular. Yet, to grow your own food, bees are an important link, and through the gardening project on the GWL-terrain, an ecological district in Westerpark, you can now have your very own garden and beehive!
This weekend the Elle inside Design tour visited numerous of great design location scattered all over Amsterdam. One of their locations was the home of the young Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop. Just by looking at the photos, you can see how naturally the artist lives and breathes his work. I emidately fell in love with