after two decades being located in an inconspicuous, somewhat seedy alleyway in the canal district maze, supperclub – an icon of often outrageous debauchery in amsterdam’s nightlife scene – relocates to fancy new premises. the club, known the world over for coining the reclined dining concept, has picked a far more more exposed location. now housed in a 17th-century canalside mansion, supperclub hasn’t only increased in size, the building’s historic opulence also adds up to its decadent reputation. local architecture practice concrete supervised the interior design, injecting each space with a distinct aesthetic. the lofty lower floor features a modern bar with a cool utilitarian-inspired aesthetic, furnished with sturdy tables and a dash of striking road sign paint on the walls.
the decor in the backroom, a blend of vintage and artsy, decidedly shifts to cocktail bar setting, but remains versatile and spacious enough to show off your slickest dance moves should the deejay insist. up two flights of stairs, the grandeur of the venue unfolds in the ornate ballroom. supperclub cleverly has remained true to its reclined dining concept , and the spacious beds on either side prove it. the entire space seems dipped in a pristine white hue, but floor-to-ceiling video screens placed between the wall columns can alter the setting and mood on a whim’s notice. In fact, that’s supposed to happen frequently as the supperclub has kicked off a rotating program of themed nights with matching acts of the surprising and outrageous kind. best nights of the week? the mid-week ones, obviously. location: singel 460 [centrum].