The supperclub is a well-known nightclub located in a large theater hall in the center of Amsterdam. From 1993 to 2015 supperclub was located in de Jonge Roelensteeg. Nowadays, it is located in the Odeon building at het Singel 460. The supperclub was set up as a “Gallery for Cooking Art” and had spared no expense for extravagant sets and performances. New and characteristic were the white lounge beds, on which people could enjoy dining, drinking and enjoying the entertainment while half-lying.
Although established in a rather obscure location, the supperclub soon became one of the most fashionable clubs in Amsterdam, especially because of the possibility to ‘lounge’, which was the leading trend in nightlife in the nineties and around the year 2000.
In 1999, the supperclub was taken over by catering business owner Bert van der Leden who, after a design by the agencies Concrete and Laboratorivm, thoroughly renovated the building and subsequently accommodated the club in his company IQ Creative, which include 12 Amsterdam nightlife venues. After moving to the new location, supperclub wanted to focus more on open-minded people from the art and culture world.