Poor organization, long lines everywhere.
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catastrof no beer sometimes,not fresh air,too warm/no elevator/
Shame on you funhouse! Too expensive, too busy and not fun (house) realy i was realy disappointed! No lockers, long queue and bad organization!
Le meilleur bar/restaurant que j'ai trouvé à Amsterdam ! Lieu super, déco soignée et ambiance musicale très agréable. Lieu bien fréquenté, très mixte gay et lesbien. Et pour moi la meilleure table : après un délicieux cocktail très original, une cuisine maison à base de produits frais ! Je vous recommande les frites !! A tomber... J'y retournerai, c'est sûr!!
Amazing place! No silly young people here to ruin the atmosphere with their glowing skin and supple limbs, just a bunch of badly-dressed fifty-to-seventy-somethings drinking the winters of their lives away. Gay Amsterdam at its finest.
On a typical Friday or Saturday night you will find two things here: 1) a small crowd of scary, minging queers aged 50-70, and 2) an atmosphere of despair. In other words, it's just like the rest of Amsterdam.
Friendly bar and coat check staff. Customers are mostly older, in their 50s and 60s, many of them leftovers from the leather scene that once existed in Amsterdam. The bar is busy on Sunday nights, mostly around 7pm when hot food is served. Two minuses: (1) They only accept cash and no bank cards; (2) Tobacco smoke travels throughout the bar due to the frequent opening and closing of the door to the smoking room. If you dislike smoke, you probably want to go somewhere else.
Bear Necessity on February 4, 2017 at Panama was a blast! The music was excellent, the audience was diverse, ranging from young cubs to mature bears, muscle bears to beer bellies --- something for everybody! The go-go dancers were a surprising addition as well and definitely to be repeated. Panama is a wonderful location, spacious and friendly, they accept cash and bank cards, and offer visitors the option of a 2-euro coat check or a 2-euro single-use locker. Panama is so much better than Club Air and put BN back on map for bears and their admirers.
Wil in het bad gaan zitten. En me laten onder plassen. Is dat geil....
Ben 4 feb na 15.00 daar.
Kom allemaal !!
Wat een super zaak. Er 1 keer geweest, naked bar. ge-wel-dig! Me heerlijk laten neuken door mijn minnaar terwijl anderen zich over me aftrokken; geil! Lekker dat iedereen er voor hetzelfde komt en er dus geen schijnheilig sfeertje hangt. Jammer dat er t nodige unsafe geneukt wordt; moet 'de clubleiding' echt wat aan doen. verkeerd voorbeeld voor een topzaak.
Denk dat dit DE plek is waar ik me vreselijk kan later onder smeren. Ik bedoel op me knieën in een hoekje. Naakt. En geblinddoekt. Kom allemaal maar met je sap naar me toe. En smeer het in me gezicht en over mijn lijf. Ben daar 4 feb rond 15.00
I'm in my late 20s, and I visited this club in multiple occasions and I must say, actually I like this place. Central, cheap beer, staff is ok, plenty of space, they even recharge the battery of your phone if the battery is dead (very sweet). True, there are old guys as it is true for all the cruising place in the known universe (and personally I'm not into them, just a matter of personal preference) but you can also find young guys. Clearly is not a disco, where the average of the crowd's age is 20, but I never left disappointed. You will always find some young guys to have fun with there if you are young cute, so in that case give it a try.
tell me where to buy tickets for a gay parade on the river cruise? or where possible information on the site?
My husband and I went here during New Year's Eve. The club’s ads were very enticing. Organised as we are, we have booked the tickets online (35 euros for EACH ticket only for the entrance : w/o any drinks included) and made sure to arrive an hour before midnight to be able to get in on time should there be a long queue. To our dismay, despite the fact that we already had tickets, we were asked to fall along the same line as the guests who did not have tickets yet. We asked the blonde woman, who was apparently the host of the event, why we had to queue in the same line which totally beat the purpose of pre-booking our tickets, and she said that there was only one line for people with and without tickets. We asked if we could just refund the money then and she said that we should fall in the same line to request for a refund. Leaving us no choice, we had to endure the long line for 40 mins under the rain. When we finally got in, to our surprise, the club WAS NOT FULL at all! Asking people to queue was the way of the promoter to attract people by showing them how high the demand was to get into their club!
What was disappointing and very infuriating was how they set a wrong expectation to their guests who have prebooked their tickets. They didn’t put any disclaimers on their ads saying that “prebooking your tickets won’t save you from a long queue. This was very disrespectful. The only consolation we got was the fact that the gay community inside the club who were our fellow guests were very friendly.
Mostly mouldy oldies here. Like being in a horror movie full of zombies, only with much worse music (no Goblin here, just a bunch of wrinkled gremlins). Whatever appeal Amsterdam may have held for cruisy gay men once, it's dead and buried now.
I fucked a hot guy in his tight ass with my hard cock here yesterday. Made me laugh all the more at the many old men pointlessly going around in circles in the basement, super-anxious to get their leg over and never succeeding. Hilarious.
This used to be a great place to get some action, but for the past eighteen months or so the (sparse) crowd here has largely consisted of old and creepy men. The same goes for all the other cruising venues in this boring, phoney tourist trap of a town full of ancient mingers. RIP Amsterdam.
Mostly guys in their sixties and seventies.
Was here briefly around 1:30 a.m. on a Friday night. There was practically nobody there. Amsterdam is a city without nightlife.
They held a "party for sex & BDSM" here last Friday. Well, I went there but it felt more like having drinks with colleagues after work, or a slightly awkward birthday party where you don't know anyone. The crowd was largely late-middle-aged. Some were in fetish gear (there was no dresscode). I found them agreeable people to have a beer and a chat with, but unsexy and ultimately rather boring. A waste of time and money, really, as I might as well have gone to a regular bar. Despite its reputation, Amsterdam is a city without nightlife.
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