In the former skippers café of the Beurs van Berlage you’ll find the New York Film Academy Café. The café takes you all the way back to the bustling twenties, with New York dishes and quality bites such as New York hot dogs and the famous cream cheese bagel. In addition, there is weekly live entertainment to make the New York experience complete.
The New York Film Academy Café is located in the Beurs van Berlage. The entrance is on the corner, on the side of the Central Station. From some height you can enjoy a beautiful view over the shoppers passing by. If you come by car, you can park in one of the large parking garages in the area, such as Parking Oosterdok. New York Film Academy Café is also easily accessible by public transport. When you arrive at Amsterdam Central Station and walk towards the city center, you’ll already see the Beurs van Berlage on the left, three hundred meters down the road.
The New York Film Academy Café is currently closed. We are working really hard on developing a new bustling meeting place which will open again soon. Stay tuned and find out what this new not-to-miss-hotspot will be!
The New York Film Academy Café offers live entertainment and music by local artists. In addition to the café, there is a private dining room that can be booked for meetings, birthdays, engagement parties or private lunches and dinners for groups of twenty people or more. Of course, the food and drinks are provided by the New York Film Academy Café, which offers delicious meals for everyone, from international business people to locals and tourists.
In addition to the delicious drinks and bites from the New York Film Academy Café, you can taste many other items in the Beurs van Berlage. What about a delicious piece of chocolate in the Tony's Chocolonely super store? Or a tasty lunch or dinner in the beautiful Bistro Berlage? Whatever you choose, you are always surrounded by the walls of this monumental building. And they have hundreds of stories to tell.Overview
Can you imagine a world without chocolate? No? But will it always be available and what are the challenges the makers face today? And did you know, just like wine, the taste of your chocolate varies depending on where the cocoa comes from? You can learn about all of this at Chocolate Festival.