Utrechtsestraat + Rembrandtplein

Utrechtsestraat is a quaint little street where you’ll find grocery stores, as well as fashion, specialist shoe stores, and a few concept stores. All the shops are unique and authentic, and on top of that the streets offer a beautiful view of the canals.

When reaching the end of the street you'll find Amsterdam's smallest 
trift shop on your left hand at Kerkstraat 354 just a few houses from the corner. On your right hand walking into Kerkstraat, a white wooden church dominates the square. With a
 flower market on monday mornings,  in early Spring and antics in Summer and other event occasionally | See this blogpost Sissy Boy Christmas market on the Amstelveld |

Studio Bazar Utrechtsestraat/corner Keizersgracht 709 | Kitchen supplies
Concerto Utrechtsestraat 52-60 | New and second hand music
Mobilia Utrechtsestraat 62/64 | Design, accessories and inspiration 
Bellerose Utrechtsestraat 72 | Beautiful brands for woman, men and children
Jan Utrechtsestraat 74 | From shoes to toys 
Bolia Utrechtsestraat 78-80 | Scandinavian Interiors brand store
Sissy boy Utrechtsestraat  81 Fashion and interiors
Aesop Utrechtsestraat 93 | High-end plant-based products for body & hair
Zenza Utrechtsestraat 101 | Moroccan Lifestyle, lamps and accessories 
Maison NL Utrechtsestraat 118 Mini Concept store 
Flying Tiger Rembrandtplein 2 | Scandinavian department store

Eat & drink 
Coming from Rembrandtplein there is a huge Starbucks with a great interior, but there is much more as this street has lots of cozy small bars and restaurants and some lovely sunny spots on nearly every corner with a nice view on one of the canals. At the end of the street there are a few Indian and tapas restaurants.
Bar Moustache Utrechtsestraat 141 | Breakfast, lunch, drinks or dinner
Sluizer Utrechtsestraat 45 | with a fish & meat restaurant 
De Koffie Salon Utrechtse straat 130 | Coffee!
Lite Dark chocolate Utrechtsestraat 22 | Chocolate shots & healthy bites
Coffee Company Amstelstraat 5 | Coffee & Wifi or Take away
Starbucks The Bank Utrechtsestraat 9 | Starbucks coffee makers

Where to go next 
From Rembrandtplein it is easy to walk to Waterlooplein|Weesperbuurt|Plantage area and from Utrechtsestraat/Frederiksplein to walk to De Pijp area.