Recommendations for food and drink on day 2 of ESCRS 2013.
Chet's Jazz CaféPounce back to the Prohibition era in this 1930s-inspired jazz bar. Solo musicians and duos take the stage in the dimly lit speakeasy. The relaxing music is the perfect soundtrack for fine wine and conversation.Address: Hazenstraat 19, 1016
Door 74There is no shortage of Prohibition-era bars in Amsterdam, but Door 74 is certainly one of the best. Tucked away in a side street, away from the hustle and bustle, the bar pays tribute to art deco style and serves the tastiest cocktails. Order a 'White Zombie Doctor' with a zingy kick of Silvovitz for a real taste of the 20s.Address: Reguliersdwarsstraat 74, 1017 BN
Tujuh MaretThe Tujuh Maret prides itself on providing quality dishes. Everything is cooked in the style of the Minahasa, which is North Sulawesi. Many herbs and spices are used in the dishes, making them fragrant and unique. For parties of around 25 people there are function rooms that can be booked in advance.Address: Utrechtsestraat 73, 1017 VJ
Los PilonesIf you fancy a little taste of Mexico, Los Pilones is one of the most authentic Mexican restaurants in the city, serving up sizzling cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork) or enchiladas with an electrifying chocolate-chilli sauce, among many more dishes. Drinks-wise they offer their own-brand tequila and fresh margaritas. Los Pilones also has locations in Jordaan and Nieuwmarkt.Address: Kerkstraat 63, 1017 GC