Café DE Druif (Café the grape) at the Rapenburgplein dated from 1566 was what we now call a brown pub, and is the oldest pub in Amsterdam, although the grape in that time lay outside the village and just outside the city limits. The De Druif was once a embark Café, that means that sailors could subscribe here with a VOC ship to sail along. To the grapes that were hanging on the Café wall outside, the sailors knew that they could enroll here. The grape is really a cozy neighbourhood cafe. Just go sightseeing, but do not enroll yourself for tramp shipping.
The environment is really good and wonderful... It's very loving.
It has a long history. In the morning, I saw a lot of people coming here to worship.