The New STONE'S is located in de Pijp,
one of the city’s most hip and trendy areas with cozy cafes,
diverse restaurants and a lively nightlife;
the New STONE'S is the place to be...
We are specialized in high-test Weed from selected local producers.
You can also choose between special kinds of Dutch hash
and a wide offer of international hashish.
Tolerated, not legal.
A number of coffee shops have come into existence over the years. In these outlets, sales of soft drugs are not prosecuted under certain conditions. The reasons for this are the Dutch desire to distinguish between the hard and soft drug markets, to avoid criminalizing users and to maintain administrative convenience.
The government wants to prevent cannabis users from turning to sales outlets where other types of drugs are available that they may be tempted to, and where they are also more likely to come into contact with criminal circles.
The majority of coffee shops are small-scale, cafe-style businesses (according to the definition of the Public Prosecutions Department, they are also alcohol-free) which aim to appeal to a variety of customers from a broad cross-section of the population. Most offer a wide range of hashish and marijuana products from different countries and of varying quality.
De Pijp is one of the Amsterdam foodie’s paradise.
The neighborhood is home to almost 150 nationalities and the food choices certainly reflect this diversity. Visitors will find a vast variety of authentic and exotic ethnic cuisine, such as Syrian, Moroccan, Surinamese, Turkish, Japanese, Spanish and more.
The location provides more of a local feel.
De Pijp is the home of Heineken Experience.
Get to know the famous international beer brand through an interactive guided tour at the Heineken Experience. De Pijp is also home to the country’s largest open-air market, the Albert Cuypmarkt.
At night, De Pijp transforms into an energetic hub.
Start with live jazz at De Badcuyp or have a mojito in a jar at Blackboard Canteen or sip on a classic cocktail at Chocolate Bar. Other popular places include Kingfisher, De Ysbreeker and Simpel. Finish with a stunning view at the Twenty Third Bar.
Tram 5, stop Roelof Hartplein
Tram 16, stop Albert Cuypstraat
Bus 170, stop Rijksmuseum
Bus 172, stop Rijksmuseum
Bus 174, stop Rijksmuseum
Ruysdaelkade 145, 1072 AR Amsterdam
Open from Monday to Sunday
from 9.00 am to 01.00 am
From Amsterdam Centraal you can have a nice walk through the city to come to visit the New Stone's.
This is Amsterdam's major square, get direction Leidseplein through some of the most attractive shopping streets
Leidseplein is one of the most visited spot in Amsterdam, surrounded by many restaurants, cafe' and shops.
One of the fantastic attraction of Amsterdam, keep on walking direction Rijksmuseum, you're almost there.
One of the most important museums in the world it's only ten minutes walking from our Coffeeshop.
After the Canal, turn on the right, that's the Ruysdaelkade, at nr. 145 you find the Stone's Coffeeshop.
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