The Oost Bar serves a breakfast buffet to the guests of 25hours Hotel The Goldman and small dishes all day. The ambiance is relaxed and fun, the right place for informal talks, an after work drink or late night snack. At night, the music get’s a bit louder and the atmosphere turns even more friendly.
What’s on the menu? Classic drinks with a history as well as grown-up cocktails and an elegant choice of wine. The sound of Oost Bar is classic as well. Expect Temptations or Tammi Terrel along with current tunes and regular live music with local funk & soul artists. Design, drinks and music revive days gone bye.
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