Deus Night Market | Deus Cantina’s new ‘foodhall fest’


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  • Deus Night Market at Deus Cantina AmsterdamDeus Night Market at Deus Cantina Amsterdam
  • Deus Night Market at Deus Cantina AmsterdamDeus Night Market at Deus Cantina Amsterdam
  • Deus Night Market at Deus Cantina AmsterdamDeus Night Market at Deus Cantina Amsterdam
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Deus Cantina in Amsterdam has lined up a calendar full of new events for the winter months: cozy Speakeasy Sundays, indoor ‘Night Markets’ and the Deus Café. Saturday 12 November, the first edition of the Deus Night Market will take place; a ‘foodhall fest’ highlighting creators of international and local products. “Food, drinks, great stories and ‘people just being supersonic”, says Neil Roake, creative chef at Deus Cantina. “The days are getting shorter, and the need to socialize, laugh and celebrate life greater. Deus Cantina is that place where all that comes together this autumn”.

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Makers of international and local products in the spotlight at Deus Night Market

Walk through the Deus Night Market and you will take a trip around the world: from Greece and the USA to South Africa, Korea and Amsterdam. The event follows the success of the first food event that rocked Deus Cantina earlier this year: the Shit Hot Fest, which brought together 400 visitors and the best international hot sauce makers. Also during the five weekly Speakeasy Sundays – where jazz musicians from the Amsterdam Conservatory of Music take the stage – it’s all about being together, aperitivos, music and, above all, ‘fun’.

Amsterdam Biltong and Swedish canned wine

The first Deus Night Market – the ‘pumpkin edition’ on November 12 – is also all about ‘food & fun’: from dumplings to Disco Fries. Lovers will get their fill at the oyster bar, or with homemade empanadas and Deus burgers, mussel casseroles with feta and ouzo, Amsterdam Biltong and charcuterie. But Night Market also has plenty in store for vega and vegan ‘world travelers’.

“Swedish canned wine or a tasting of 3 orange wines with a piece of award-winning coffee cheese? At the Deus Night Market, we want to introduce visitors to new flavours, special products and, above all, the creators,” Neil says. “Here you will taste the brand new LALA Tequila reposado in an Espresso Martini, the special Dutch Clusius Tulip Vodka made from tulip bulbs, and we will pour Hard Kombucha and Coffee Kombucha for those who prefer 0%. It will be a food fest where everyone feels at home and can be surprised.”

Deus Art exhibition

“But ‘having fun’ is more than just food and drinks,” says Roake. “So during the Deus Night Market, you will also find an Art Exhibit featuring the globally acclaimed Deus Art – both unique photo prints and posters, both available in limited editions – and there will be old school vinyl spinning by DJ Finn Peters. Ain’t we got fun.”

Practical information

Entry to the Deus events is free, with a reservation via Eventbrite.

Deus Night Markets – November 12 – the pumpkin edition | 18:00h – 22:00h and December 10 – the festive edition | 18:00h – 22:00h

Speakeasy Sundays – November 13, 20 and 27 | 16:00h – 20:00h

During both events, Deus Cantina will serve special dishes, which can also be ordered by guests in the restaurant. As well as from the autumn menu.

Night Market – participants & makers

Runder Biltong & Boerewors • Empanada Express • Chilli Chan’s • Shit-Hot Burgers • Bao Down • Taco Atelier • Dutch Mussel Men • Boer’n Trots Kaas • Bakaliko Greek Deli • Wild van Wild Charcuterie • Saucy Dans • Funk Gilde • Baked by Salvo • Sweet Heat Hot Honey • Oh Na Mi Kimchi • Original Sinners Hot Sauce • Cordemeijer Charcuterie • Disco Fries •

Rudy’s Hard Kombucha • Rocket Bean Coffee Kombucha • Isastegi Natural Cider • Djuce Wines • Clusius Tulip Vodka • LALA Tequila • Septem Greek Craft Beer • Abstract Brewing co. • Spirited Union Rum

Deus Café

Recently, Deus Cantina also opened in the morning (from 9am) with the new ‘Deus Café’: good coffee, a simple, tasty breakfast, brunch and a relaxing start to the (work) day.

Website: Deus Cantina Amsterdam

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