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It may not be flashy, glitzy, moody, nor glamorous, but the point is to offer a respite from what the other watering holes in the 'Loin offer in spades. Amsterdam Café actually serves coffee and teas in addition to beer, wine, and Soju drinks. As if the tap selection weren't sufficient, the two chillers offer an exotic array of ales (the bar boasts that it pours 170 beers from around the country and the world). The wine selection doesn't match its beer brethren, but grape fiends won't leave thirsty. Between the art gallery walls, chill music, cozy seating, free WiFi, and again - that bottle list - there are myriad reasons to come here, kick back, and stay a while.



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