Yeah, de Winkel.
Was always (perhaps still is?) the best club - or ok, the only decent club - in town if you wanna go dancing through the night on club (house) tunes... All the other places are a) top 40 pop / "classics" b) alternative or c) cheapo / classless. (Well, with the exception of the shortlived "new" Vloer).
This place always had good DJs, and the place itself - a former bank building - has enough monumental, semi-decadent grandeur (high mirrors, cushy benches on the side, monumental ceiling) to give a nice vibe.
In the daytime its an overpriced grand cafe type thingie. They have - or had - tango days or the like on Sundays though. And in the basement a fairly cosy tapas place.
Daytime waiters and waitresses wear the standard outfit, which for the waitresses however, in an odd turn, included these ridiculously short skirts. I knew a coupla girls who refused to work there for that reason.
Theres a continuing controversy over this place - apparently, the owners only ever got the permission to convert the old, empty bank building because they committed themselves to making it a place of cultural events. But apart from the club parties and the occasional Sunday dance, they never really did anything. So the city was putting pressure on and off on them to either change course or face closure or some other punitive measure.
Dont know how that shook out in the end, if it did.