Van Wijck

Right in our street (in the best neighbourhood of Maastricht) you will find Van Wijck. A cosy and comforting place where you can sit down to relax and rewind, work or socialize whilst enjoying the most delicious home baked goods. Doesn’t that sound nice? Van Wijck has become a true hotspot in Maastricht which you shouldn’t overlook. 

19 MIN


De Brandweerkantine, or the fire station canteen, is a truly unique location in Maastricht. The building used to function as a fire station up until the mid-90s. Nowadays you’ll find here a cosy restaurant, multiple flex working spaces and ateliers. You could spend the day here working or head to the restaurant for a delicious lunch or dinner. They even have a movie night on Wednesdays that you can join.

21 MIN

Brasserie Tapijn

You can find Brasserie Tapijn in the city park. It is a lovely and jovial place where you can have a seat inside during winter and enjoy the sunny terrace during spring and summer. Hospitality and conviviality are of utmost importance for them. Tapijn serves responsible dishes. They know where the ingredients are from and work with fresh products.  

15 MIN


The Bisschopsmolen is a watermill located in the Jeker quarter and truly is a sight you won’t want to miss out on. Since 2005 the mill functions as a bakery. The miller grinds the grain which the baker uses to make the most delicious breads and pastries. Sit down for a good cup of coffee and an authentic piece of Limburgian vlaai! 

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10 MIN

Funky Freak

It hardly get more 'Instagrammable' than this place. Not only the dishes and shakes, but also the interior. Everything is black and white, except what's on the menu. On the menu you will find many colorful freak shakes, protein shakes, smoothies, crepes, waffles and wraps. 

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13 MIN

Friet van Piet

When you think of Friet van Piet you might think of a standard snack bar, but many Groningers like to make a diversion for that one. You can enjoy fresh homemade fries and other snacks such as the egg ball. The "eierbal" is a local speciality that you really shouldn't miss. It looks like a large bitterball, but inside is a whole egg. The local pride is even included in UNESCO's list of Dutch intangible heritage.