Amsterdam Newest Hotspots in 2024

Looking for new restaurants, best hotspots and trendy places that have recently opened up in Amsterdam? Every day, new spots are popping up around the city, so we can imagine that you could use a list!

In this article, you’ll find our monthly roundup of new places. We’re always on the lookout for new places as we cycle through the city every day. Our monthly roundup is highly popular on our TikTok profile, so we thought, let’s create a post about it on our website as well. Ready to explore the newest hotspots?

Restobar Jacob

This all-day hotspot will open at the beginning of April. It’s located in the former location of ‘De Dapper’ in Amsterdam Oud-West. This means they have an amazing terrace on the bridge in the sun :). You can come here for breakfast, coffee, brunch, dinner, drinks, and enjoy nice music! Expect contemporary European cuisine with small and medium-sized plates for sharing, featuring a good balance between plant-based options, meat and fish. We’re excited!

Ramen Fujitora

Ohh, we love ramen, and the city has just gained another fantastic spot. The owner’s aim is to provide an authentic Japanese experience! You can enjoy a bowl of ramen soup starting from € 17.50

Cafe Wu

Café Wu is a modern bistro, inspired by the Chinese cuisine and culture. They offer both a five-course menu and a concise à la carte menu. They work with specific Chinese products and local producers. Besides their love for food you can also enjoy their love for vinyl. 


In the heart of the city center, The SIREN will open its doors in April of this year. They will offer Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, where you can take a seat in their open kitchen, enjoy a fancy bar and experience live performances.

Vesp Amsterdam

At Vesp they want to surprise you with creative, local and seasonal dishes. You may have seen their chef, Wietse, before in the kitchens of restaurants like De Goudfazand, Pekelharing, or Rijsel. Try out their four-course surprise menu!

Restaurant Vesp in Amsterdam
© Vesp

Larry’s Amsterdam

They began during the pandemic with a Bao Bun pop-up store and now they have opened their first permanent location. They have delicious buns on the menu with shiitake mushrooms, peking duck, vegetarian fried chicken and so on. 

Taco Lindo Amsterdam

Taco Lindo is a renowned street food truck at the Albert Cuyp market, but they have now opened their restaurant on Haarlemmerweg. You can watch them prepare the tacos on the plate in the open kitchen. We have to say, we absolutely love Taco Lindo’s tacos!

Bar Bounia

Bar Bounia at the Conservatorium Hotel is a culinary haven inspired by the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the New restaurants and cafes that recently opened up in Amsterdamspirit of La Dolce Vita. Whether you’re craving brunch, lunch or dinner!

Hamer & Vork

Coffee spot Mok in Amsterdam North underwent a transformation to become Hamer & Vork. A laid-back restaurant, once an old garage. Dine at the bar or choose a cozy table. They use seasonal ingredients in their cooking.

Trees Amsterdam

Trees Amsterdam takes you on a culinary journey with a changing menu of 4, 5, or 6 courses. The ground floor boasts chef’s tables, while the bar offers an à la carte experience and delightful cocktails. They have created a spectacular ambiance! 

Ela Restobar

Ela Restobar is the latest addition to the Jordaan neighborhood, welcoming visitors with its cozy and warm setting. The atmosphere has a touch of Parisian charm, offering a shared dining concept.

Petit Péché

With only 24 seats Petit Péché, the little sister of Café Beurre,  truly lives up to its name as a petit restaurant. They have three tables and bar seats overlooking the chef’s kitchen. Petit Péché offers à la carte options or a regularly changing menu, highlighting local ingredients and lesser-used parts of animals.

Bar Chimi

New in town Bar Chimi, where Moulin Rouge meets great food. The Bordeaux-red walls, chandeliers and disco balls set the stage for an amazing dining experience. Expect live saxophone, dancing and shared dining overlooking the Amstel. From 10 PM they slowly transform into a club called Olivia.

Café Baskets

The popular Baskets stores has expanded its offerings to open up Café Baskets in the Pijp area. Get great sandwiches, coffees and juices. All while surrounded by fashion and design items.

Oaxaca Amsterdam

Oaxaca Amsterdam serves authentic Mexican cuisine for lunch and dinner, accompanied by an all-day Mezcaleria (A bar specialized in serving mezcal, a distilled alcoholic drink from Mexico). The interior looks stunning if you ask us! We haven’t tried it yet, but we’ve heard great stories about the food.

Catua Bar 

In the former Tapas Theater building, you’ll now find Catua Bar, bringing together South American, South African and European flavors. They’ve created a vibrant interior! In addition to their dishes, they also offer a tempting selection of cocktails.

Nook Amsterdam

Nook Amsterdam stands out as a coffee and wine store with Argentine influences. Try some of their Argentine snacks or sweet treats like banana bread. Hidden in the cellar you’ll find a variety of wines.

Restaurant Nook in Amsterdam
© Nook Amsterdam

If you’re someone who loves discovering new places, we’ve got something special for you! We’ve curated a Google Hotspot Map, featuring over 400 carefully curated spots in Amsterdam. Never worry about running out of ideas or visiting the same places again – simply open the map wherever you are and find a new spot to explore.

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You may also like to find out what’s on this weekend in Amsterdam and our 19 x Favorite Breakfast Spots in The City.

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