Players Cafe / Amsterdam

Warmoestraat 170 Amsterdam 1012 JK
Opening Hours
Sun 12:00 - 00:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 18:00 - 03:00
Fri, Sat 14:00 - 04:00
average 2147 votes
Tips from the Net @ Players Cafe
Driller TVU-07 en
Awesome bouncers wicked sports bar place you must stop by GooglePlace - August 2017
Nicolas Estrem en
Douche Centraal. The pig visiting this place are a disgrace for Amsterdam. Please be more considerate for the neighborhood and shut it up. GooglePlace - August 2017
Man utd Chants en
Fantastic pub, unlimited sport, great drinks. Brilliant bar staff. Right in the heart of Amsterdam. Visit here every time I go! GooglePlace - June 2017
brian kavanagh en
Cheap Mon-Thursday a mixture of locals and tourists....good crowds! GooglePlace - May 2017
Briahna Perry en
Drinks were expensive (as to be expected so close to the RLD), music...Oh God, the music was almost as bad as the service. We ended up going to Winston's around the corner and the music, drinks, service and prices were MUCH better! Now here is my little anecdote on why the staff were a bunch of boobs: We ordered a few rounds of drink and one of them I ordered an overpriced bottle of water. The water was so small it took me less than a minute to drink. So next round of drinks I go to the bar, get my alcohol, and as I am paying I ask the bartender for a glass of water. She said they don't give glasses of water. I say, "C'mon, I've spent over 80 Euro in alcohol within the past 45 min, could I please get a glass of water?" She responds with an arrogant smile: "80 Euro is not very impressive." I ended up asking to speak to a manager, not for a glass of water bc that clearly wasn't happening, but to complain that I was disrespected and my money was not valued at their sub par establishment. I told the manager what happened and he replied," So? 80 Euro in 45 mins is not impressive. What makes you so special? Everyone here is paying the same." "We don't give glasses of water." I explain that I no longer cared for the glass of water, but that's not good business to tell a customer their money is not valued. She could have simply said that was policy without being rude. He responded with "Okay." He clearly didn't care. GooglePlace - March 2017