It’s one of those classic places in Amsterdam, and after 30 years it was time for a makeover. A few months ago good ol’ Rose’s Cantina reopened its doors mixing vintage and Pan-American influences.
Rose’s Cantina first opened in 1982 and has ever since been a place to go have some tasty Mexican food. But even good things need to reinvent themselves with the leap of time. Hospitality entrepreneur and owner of several trendy establishments in our capital, Casper Reinders (TAO group) teamed up with the owners Jim Dobson and Daniel Uzcudun to bring the venue back on the map. Interior architect Thijs Murré was -together with Casper (who is also a designer and passionate collector)- responsable for the restyling of the legendary hotspot filled with original little treasures. Even the paint has an unique recipe to create a specific shade.
Enjoy a Mexican style salad or homemade burger in the restaurant, which cariries 120 covers. Or sit down on one of the Chesterfields in the lounge area, and lean back and relax with a Tequila cocktail. Dinner with a group of friends can also be organized, as the venue boasts a private dinner capacity for 50 people.
Embark on a journey of Cocina Pan-Americana, and shoot some pool in the Tequila Library while you’re at it.
1017 BM Amsterdam
Sunday – Thursday
17:00 – 01:00
Friday 17:00 – 03:00
Saturday 17:00 – 03:00