Have you ever been in a bind, trying to find the perfect spot for a drink or dinner with friends before your movie starts? Or wished for a place to chat about the flick afterwards, only to find the cinema’s doors closing on you? Let me introduce you to Kino.
Nestled on a quiet offshoot of the bustling Nieuwe Binnenweg, known for its eclectic mix of bars and shops, Kino is a gem that stands where an old cinema used to be. It’s been given a new lease on life as a contemporary film house complete with a restaurant and bar. The founders dreamed of creating a hub where film enthusiasts could savor a meal or a drink before settling into their seats or unwind post-screening in a welcoming atmosphere.
The menu here is an ever-evolving delight, and the bar, with its soft lighting, is the perfect backdrop for sipping long drinks and sampling a variety of quality beers. On-screen, you’ll find a curated mix of cinematic treasures—from classic Scorsese to the latest blockbusters and thoughtful art-house offerings. Kino isn’t just about watching films; it’s about fostering a community and celebrating a broad spectrum of cinematic art without sacrificing film quality. This is the kind of place that makes any film experience richer and the conversation afterwards more meaningful.