Shuttered 'Amsterdam Cafe' May Relocate To Former 'Hoang Dat' Space

Amsterdam Cafe, which closed in February 2016 after its rent doubled, appears to be planing a move across the street to the space recently vacated by Hoang Dat Coffee.

Empty storefront at Hoang Dat.

A new on-site wine and beer license is pending review for Amsterdam Cafe at 930 Geary St., and construction is underway at the old spot, most recently known for bahn mi and coffee.

The pending ABC application for Amsterdam Cafe.

As we reported last year, Amsterdam Cafe closed its prior location at the edge of the Tenderloin due to a sizable rent increase. Known for a wide selection of draft and bottled beers and ciders, the former spot was a magnet for locals.

The owner of Everyday skate shop at 936 Geary St. told Hoodline that he's heard Amsterdam is moving in next door and said he was excited to have something open on that side of the street that could attract new people to the neighborhood.

Photo: Amsterdam Cafe/Facebook 

According to bartenders at nearby Liquid Gold (1040 Hyde St.) and The Beer Hall (1 Polk St.), rumors about Amsterdam’s future have been picking up lately, and former employees are glad to hear it may be coming back.

We'll keep you posted as we learn more details; still no word on what may move in to Amsterdam's former home.

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Shuttered amsterdam cafe may relocate to former hoang dat space