One of the hippest clubs in town, Sage Club is located in a formerly disused part of Heinrich Heine Straße underground station. With the music varying from funk and soul to techno and drum and bass, the crowd is fairly mixed, although generally on the young side. 'Funky Friday' is always popular, as is 'Slave to the Rhythm' - a groovy mix of soul sounds and live acts - on Saturdays. Visit the club for its eclectic interiors and music scene.
One of the best techno clubs in the world, Tresor Berlin has a long history and is one of the premier addresses for well-known DJs, such as Dr. Motte, Rok, Jeff Mills and Tanith. The crowd is a mixture of those who know the scene, those who are just curious, and big techno followers from all over Europe. A visit to this trendy venue must be on your Berlin to-do list.
Harry's New York Bar may have opened in 1988, but age has nothing on this Berlin hot spot. The bar, which is located inside the stunning Grand Hotel Esplanade, boasts plush red carpets, black and white photos on the walls, and an old grand piano that serenades patrons throughout the evening. A glamorous destination since before the Wall came down, the bar offers over 200 different drinks - a fact that has brought cocktail-lovers from around the world flocking to the stylish establishment. Sip on one of the unique cocktails and settle back to admire the glitz and glam that swirls around you. Â
Founded in 1977 as a human rights group comprising of social workers who had taken up issues regarding homosexuality, Schwuz has evolved from being a small organization to a nightclub that is on the hot-list for the hip and happening. From regularly hosting theme-based parties to holding press conference's for homosexuals and AIDS awareness campaigns, Schwuz misses nothing. The early morning timings allow guests to party even after the sun has risen. Electronic dance music, pop, retro, indie, Schwuz does it all. One can also attend other events such as book readings and concerts. Do check their website for the latest parties and their funky DJ list.
If you like to go clubbing, you'll enjoy this Berlin hot spot which features some of the most well-known and celebrated DJs in the world. The club is ultra-hip and chic with some unique touches to the decor such as a plate-glass floor and ceiling. The layout of the interior is modern but minimalist, perhaps the very reason for major crowd-pulling.
The clientele of this techno factory is made up of an eclectic mix of hipsters, university professors, gays and other curious clubbers. Offering three colossal-sized stories notable for their clean, clever industrial design, Berghain hosts numerous bars, clubs, darkrooms, a biergarten, a separate garden for relaxing, an ice cream bar and endless amounts of chill-out space complete with cushy sofas and semi-private sitting cabins. The former power plant's mammoth size and hedonistic rawness guarantee a unique experience.