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Nasty Alice. An art gallery for contemporary art and design with a quirky mentality. A gallery where you can just wander and don’t feel obliged to buy. Besides art they also have their own ceramics, but beware! You break it, you buy it.
The creativity, love of fashion and entrepreneurial enthusiasm of two sisters, Evy and Tessa, has resulted in a fashion store that we think will make a lot of women happy. Nestled in a cozy building at the Bergstraat, Eeden the Label has opened its doors.
A friendly welcome, a modern bar, a wall with a flamingo pattern, exotic plants, disco balls: prepare to be amazed by the interior of restaurant Hey Days. Let’s take a closer look at this Middle Eastern hotspot.
Nowadays, it’s easy to find authentic East African dishes in Eindhoven. With restaurants like Asmara, the Ethiopian Restaurant and Gezana, there is plenty of choice if you want to enjoy some traditional dishes.
Step out of the Eindhoven train station and you’re there. The hotel is housed in an 80-meter high rise and has 400 rooms. Don't be fooled by the name, because you don't have to be a student to enjoy everything The Student Hotel has to offer.
With a combination of cycling cafe de Cyklist, designer Bart Hess and creative collective NUL ZES, the NRE site generates a new energy. As of recent, jazz tunes can be heard in the evening hours. Those tunes come from Fifth NRE, Rik’s new Tip.
When entering Hotel Mariënhage you’ll find yourself in the beautiful high ceiling hotel lobby. This space connects the different parts of the complex and makes the reception the hub where everything and everyone comes together.
This time Rik re-tips an old friend, named Onomatopee. We visited them on the Willemstraat two years ago, but now the hidden gem has moved to the Canal Zone, a part of Eindhoven in the middle of creative expansion.
Did you know that Rik is not only a tour guide, but also an influencer marketeer? So this time he's not tipping a place, but one of his favorite marketing events in the city: Digital Wednesday in Igluu.
This week's tip is kind of an odd one and is particularly striking because of its weirdness. When you think of Soestdijk, you generally think of a royal palace, but Eindhoven has got the miniature version: Soestdijk II.
The Willemstraat has recently become the place to go when it comes to Scandinavian home design. After Deense Kroon for your fashion items, you can now brighten up your home with Danish and Swedish furniture and accessories from STED.
A new fashion boutique opened in the city center some weeks ago: Tiger Lily. A large porcelain tiger is displayed in the shop window and inside the store you’ll find various bouquets with lilies. "When you open a store called Tiger Lily, you can expect to
Yatva, Yetunde & The Vintage Alternatives | A Tip from Rik
September 11, 2019
This week we return to Rik's beloved Woensel-West. The once infamous Edisonstraat has developed tremendously in recent years and now offers a variety of nice restaurants and shops, including this week's tip: Yatva, Yetunde & The Vintage Alternatives.
At The Discovery Factory at Strijp-S, children learn how to invent in a playful way and experience fantastic adventures. Ideal for a rainy Wednesday afternoon or a birthday party on Saturday. Check out these 7 fun activities!
This week’s Tip from Rik has been around since January 2017 and is located on the campus of the Technical University of Eindhoven. Student cafe Hubble is a cozy hangout, for and by students. Former TU/e student Rik tells us more.
In the new Belgian beer café on Stratumseind, you feel like you are in a pub in Ghent or Bruges. The entire interior, the dishes on the menu and of course the beers on tap and per bottle take you across the border to our southern neighbors.
At the beginning of the Dommelstraat, near the Stationsplein, the spacious terrace of restaurant Sushimi is ready for tonight's guests. Owners Manon and Robert and their team are busy adding some finishing touches, both outside and inside the restaurant.
The stately building of Grand Café Thomas at Stratumseind has traditionally been a location where entertainment and fun predominate. Over the years, the building had a number of other functions and since the ‘90s, hospitality has returned.