Amsterdam Falafelshop

Amsterdam Falafelshop Opens 2nd Boston Location

Today, Amsterdam Falafelshop announced its second Boston area shop, and seventh overall, is opening mid-February in Kenmore Square. 

Located at 642 Beacon Street, the new shop is in close proximity to Fenway Park and Boston University in a vibrant mixed-use residential and entertainment neighborhood. Local entrepreneurs and business partners Matt D'Alessio and Laurence Wintersteen own and will operate the new shop.

Amsterdam Falafelshop Opens Second Boston Location

Amsterdam Falafelshop’s second Boston area shop—seventh overall—is opening mid-February in Kenmore Square. 

The new shop is in close proximity to Fenway Park and Boston University in a vibrant, mixed-use residential and entertainment neighborhood. Local entrepreneurs and business partners Matt D'Alessio and Laurence Wintersteen will own and operate the new shop.

Amsterdam Falafelshop Opens in Northern Virginia

Washington, D.C.’s iconic Amsterdam Falafelshop is opening its first Northern Virginia shop on Friday, October 17. 

The new shop continues the Amsterdam Falafelshop tradition of serving America’s most craved falafel in a unique atmosphere that only this beloved brand can create. D.C.–based restaurateur, hotelier, and commercial real estate executive David Rosenstein is the owner and operator of the new Amsterdam Falafelshop.

Amsterdam Falafelshop Unit Adds Beer to Menu

Amsterdam Falafelshop’s 14th Street shop in Washington, D.C., is now offering its falafel-faithful a cold can of Dutch beer to accompany its culinary creations. The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington award–winner for “Favorite Fast Bites” is known as a lunchtime and late-night destination favorite for D.C. residents, workforce, and visitors.

Amsterdam Falafelshop Inks Agreement for Northern Virginia

Amsterdam Falafelshop announced that it will open in Clarendon at 3024 Wilson Blvd. in Arlington, Virginia, in the heart of the neighborhood’s shopping and entertainment venues. David Rosenstein, the D.C.-based restaurateur, hotelier, and commercial real estate executive, inked the franchise agreement with Amsterdam Falafelshop to develop, own, and operate the Clarendon shop.

Sustainability 2.0

When Arianne Bennett opened the Amsterdam Falafelshop in Washington, D.C., in 2004, she had some ambitious sustainability aims: green products, solar power, composting, community dumpsters. She had a vision of creating her own eco-friendly utopia in a world only then beginning to ride the sustainability wave, an adventure then entwined with environmental stewardship.

“We wanted to be as lean as possible … and we were careful about everything from the packaging we chose to the number of napkins we distributed,” Bennett says.

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