Grab a Piece of dutchgrub

Recently I’ve discussed the idea of guest posts with a number of fellow foodies and bloggers.

The idea started when I was thinking about posts about food and restaurants in places other than Amsterdam and the Netherlands. I travel frequently and food is an important part of each trip. And I like to share my food experiences from those trip. The dutchgrub blog, however, does not seem like the perfect place to post about restaurants in Lisbon, Cape Town or NYC.

At the same time it would be nice to add other foodies’ opinions about the food and restaurant scene in Amsterdam. And also encourage contributions from guest writers about food in other parts of the Netherlands that I am less familiar with and that I get frequent questions about.

So in December I made a start by publishing a guest post about Restaurant Clio in Boston on the fantastic blog of The Boston Foodie. And later this week I will share the first guest post on dutchgrub by Andy who is from NYC and will share his favorite restaurant in The Hague.

Please drop me a note if you’re a foodie and would like to share your Dutch food experiences on dutchgrub or have a food blog about Berlin, Cape Town, Hamburg, Lisbon or NYC and are interested in hosting a guest post by a fellow blogger.

2 thoughts on “Grab a Piece of dutchgrub”

  1. Hello,
    I wonder if you could point me in the right direction. I am travlling to Amsterdam with my girlfriend for valentine’s weekend.
    Where would you recommend as a great place to dine and a romantic venue?
    I hope you can help.
    With regards,
    Richard

  2. Hi Richard,

    I think Amsterdam is a great destination for Valentine’s Day with its pretty canals, little bridges and picturesque old houses.

    In terms of a romantic dinner, I would still stand by my list of best Amsterdam restaurants: http://dutchgrub.com/2009/01/20/best-amsterdam-restaurants/

    De Kas is bigger and classy and Balthazar’s Keuken very much buzzing and tightly packed. But both De Witte Uyl and Marius are small, personal and intimate. Marius has a cute enclosed patio in the back. You might want to get a table there. And De Witte Uyl might be able to put together a special menu with special champagne and wine suggestions.

    Hope this helps!

    –dutchgrub

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