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Café Soho

Logo of Soho

Reguliersdwarsstraat nr. 36
1017 BM Amsterdam
(since 1999)


- Soho is one of the biggest gay bars of Amsterdam and has a great classic style interior with fine wooden panelling and large mirrors.
- There's also a dance floor and when DJs spin at night, the place becomes a vibrant gay club.
- Through a stately staircase you reach the first floor, where there's a second bar and a separate smoking area.
- Soho is visited by a wide variety of gay and straight people, many of them youngsters and gay tourists from all over the world.


- Openingstijden:
Happy Hours:
 
Mon.- Wed.
Thu.
Fri.+ Sat.
Sun.
  18.00 - 03.00
18.00 - 03.00
17.00 - 04.00
16.00 - 03.00
  -
00.00 - 01.00
00.00 - 01.00
(as of 00.00 hrs: 21+)
18.00 - 20.00 + 22.00 - 24.00

- Happy Hours:
Mon.- Wed.
Thu.
Fri.+ Sat.
Sun.
  -
00.00 - 01.00
00.00 - 01.00
18 - 20.00 + 22 - 24.00

(During the Winter season closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)


- Homepage: www.soho-amsterdam.com

- Networks: Facebook - Instagram


Café Soho

Café Soho

Café Soho

Café Soho
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- Accessibility: no level access, toilet on ground and 2nd floor, smoking area on 1st floor, free WiFi, debetcard accepted



History

Cafe Soho is located in a 18th century building, which served as a coach-house for the canal house on the Herengracht. From 1982-1996 this building housed "36 op de schaal van Richter", which was made the most trendy and popular (straight) club of that time by Gert-Jan Dröge.

In 1996 the place was bought by bar-tycoon Sjoerd Kooistra, who turned it into gay pub Soho and decorated it in his own favorite classical English-American style. After the collapse of his company, Soho was closed on September 28th, 2010. The place was taken over by a new owner and was re-opened on March 3rd, 2011.

- The illustrated history of Cafe-Pub Soho in Dutch

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