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Daily Pizza happy hour 25%OFF tuesday - 05:00 - 06:00 PMMi Familia

Lucky Tuesday - Prizes to win! tuesday - 09:00 - 10:00 PMBar P

Tuesday Special Frozen Mojito's Naf. 10,- tuesday - 06:00 - 11:00 PMDutch Treat

Happy Hour tuesday - 04:30 - 05:30 PMCafé de Tijd / Eetbar Op=Op

Daily Double Happy Hour tuesday - 04:00 - 06:00 PMDe Buren

Thirsty for Happy Hour tuesday - 05:00 - 06:00 PMDe Heeren @ sea

Happy hour at 5pm + live music at 7pm tuesday - 05:00 - 06:00 PMGinger

Live Music

Feestfabriek with DJ Grizzly tuesday - 10:00 - 02:00 AMMidtown

Live music or DJ performance tuesday - 06:00 - 01:00 AMOBaAR Brazilian Lounge

Special Event

Taco Tuesday 5-10 PM tuesday - 12:00 - 11:00 PMBlackjack Curaçao

Shot by PRTR - Different cocktail shots to fire up the night out tuesday - 04:00 - 12:00 AMMr. Porter Street Cafe

Tapas Night tuesday - 05:00 - 10:00 PMOliva – Mediterranean Gastro Bar

Pietermaai District’s fondly referred to as the “SoHo” of Curaçao, its stunning architecture is likely to catch one’s eye.

Boutique hotels, small shops, cozy little cafés and top-rated restaurants snuggled together, makes the neighborhood highly walkable and perfect for exploring at your leisure. It’s a neighborhood full of mystery, magic and fun.


Pietermaai came into being in the late 17th century in the area east of Fort Amsterdam and De Willemstad, as Punda was called in those days. The district takes its name from the ship’s captain Pieter de Meij. The latter settled in Curaçao from Brazil around 1674. He owned a plantation near the current Julianaplein called ‘Zeelucht’ (Sea air). In 1680 the West Indian Trading Company (‘WIC’) auctioned off a plot in that neighborhood, which is mentioned as being close to Altena and was also called ‘Pieter de Meij.’ Nicolaas van Liebergen, the then-director of the WIC in Curaçao, bought this lot. He had three houses built there for himself by slaves and with building materials belonging to the Company. His successor, director J. van Erpecum, thought this way of behaving was reprehensible and informed the Amsterdam chamber.




Small shops, bars, restaurants & hotels have found their home in Pietermaai District. Together they create a lively, cozy and safe part of Curaçao. If you own a business in the Pietermaai District, we would love to welcome you as a member of the Pietermaai District Association.



Small shops, bars, restaurants & hotels have found their home in Pietermaai District. Together they create a lively, cozy and safe part of Curaçao. Not all neglected monuments are restored yet, but that is what gives Pietermaai that special vivid and raw edge. In short, the right location for people looking for something really different.


Inspired by you, always — #PietermaaiDistrict