Coffeeshop The Wauw officially changes name and will be fully refurbished


Coffeeshop The Wauw made a special announcement on Saturday 6th April that they would officially be changing their name to @CoffeeshopTheCorner and the whole store would be fully refuribished within a few weeks.

The guys at The Corner are looking to bring in a whole new concept for the coffeeshop with a brand new menu and a much wider variety choice. Previously this place mostly stocked the old school strains and mainly supplied the locals in the area but these changes should enable the guys at The Corner to attract a much bigger customer base. The menu will be fully revamped with lots more new strains available including many of today’s popular flavours and some Cali strains too. As soon as the menu is updated we will post a pic to our instagram account @CoffeeshopsOfAmsterdam420

The refurbishment should commence within the next couple of weeks and the owner ensures us that the coffeeshop WILL remain open during the works.

Make sure to follow @CoffeeshopTheCorner to stay updated with the progress of the refurbishment.

Follow our offficial instagram account @CoffeeshopsOfAmsterdam and our menu account @CoffeeshopsOfAmsterdam420 to stay updated.

Coffeeshop Het Gelderse closed for refurbishment

The guys at Coffeeshop Het Gelderse have decided to do a complete refurbishment on the shop and from Wednesday March 6th the shop has been closed to the public. If all goes to plan the coffeeshop will remain closed for 3 weeks while the works are being carried out.

You can keep up with the progress from the guys directly on their instagram account @Gelderse

Het Gelderse before the works commenced.

Het Gelderse before the works commenced.

Second Coffeeshop set to open in Amsterdam Zuid-Oost in 2019


A second coffeeshop is set to open up in Amsterdam Zuid-Oost around September 2019 if all goes to plan.
Coffeeshop Best Friends who already have a chain of 3 coffeeshops in the city are set to open up a fourth location, this one likely to be near the IKEA Store on Hullenbergweg.

There will be an initial trial period of 2 years to see how it works out and if all goes well the coffeeshop will be allowed to stay open permanently.

For many years this area of the city didn’t have a single coffeeshop but eventually after 17 years, ‘Coffeeshop Roots’ was officially opened in July 2017 near the train station of Bijlmer. This has been a popular addition to since its opening and another coffeeshop will certainly be welcomed to the area.