If it’s American meat you're after, then this self-described American steakhouse and bar has got you your fix. The Bird prides itself on three things: the quality of its beef, its straight-forward American atmosphere, and its uncompromising attitude towards making the best food with the freshest ingredients available. Run by a couple of New York expatriates, the menu here is filled with sassy commentary and is dominated by imported American-beef steaks and tangy burgers, such as The Filthy Harry (bacon and Cheddar cheese). Rolls of paper towels sit on the tables to indicate that things might get a little messy, as the food is so delicious.
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.
Un des clubs les plus chic de la ville, le Sage Club est situé dans une station de métro désaffectée de la Heinrich Heine Straße. Sa musique allant du funk et de la soul, à la techno et la drum and bass, ainsi que son décor inhabituel attire une foule excentique et jeune. Les « Funky Friday » sont toujours très célèbres, tout comme les soirées « Slave to the Rhytm » - un mix de groovy de sons souls et de concerts - le samedi.
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.
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.
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.
This contemporary Southeast Asian fusion restaurant in Mitte opened in 2013. Prince stays true to its name. From its mirror hall to its cozy dining areas decked up in earthy sofas and chairs. The highlight though are the customized light fixtures which illuminates the eatery and the beautifully displayed food offerings. The cactus encased in glass is an extra element to this innovative diner and bar. Savor quirkily-named dishes like Duck Wheel, Korea & Me (Steamed Pork Belly Kimchi), Eye of the Beef, Mountain Crabs, Devil on Fire (Spicy Sharp Roast Beef) and The Special One (grilled Beef Tenderloin with Oyster Mushroom and Pepper Sauce). Complement your meal with fine drinks from the bar.
It is the first of its kind in the nation. Knutschfleck Cocktailbörse is not only a 1950s themed bar but also a cocktail exchange bar, where the prices are dependent upon its popularity. Their walls are adorned with black and white photos of old Berlin and the lovely chandeliers just add to the charisma of the place. Enjoy burlesque shows on their Chesterfield sofas or catch the rise and fall of cocktail rates on their screens. They also host regular live music and acrobatic shows to enthrall you. Nosh on delicious bites at this exciting bar. You can be sure of a memorable time at this fabulous venue.
The Pub Berlin am Alexanderplatz offers you a great atmosphere to enjoy high-quality beers along with some scrumptious food. Some of the tables at the bar are equipped with taps so that you can tap-out your own beer and there is a live scoreboard boasting of the performances of beer consumption on each table. The central location makes the pub easily accessible after a long, hard day in and around the city of Berlin. Along with beers, you can also enjoy cocktails and if you do not like alcohol try out their fresh juices, they won't disappoint you either. Try their delicious fish and fries and juicy burgers before calling it an evening well spent!
Perched about 203 meters (666 feet) away from the ground, the aptly named Bar 203, is housed within the Fernsehturm in Berlin-Mitte. The swanky bar is done up in style, true to its contemporary and technologically advanced environs. Offering sweeping views of the city, the bar is unique in its location, at the observation deck of the iconic TV Tower. The menu here runs long with several local and international drinks - beers, wines and spirits along with a range of tapas-style snacks and finger food. The place has witnessed many a romantic proposals, thanks to the beautiful dining destination that Bar 203 is.
Formerly known as the Weekend Club, the House of Weekend is a famed nightclub in Berlin and this is where all the party animals head to, on weekends. The powerful beat of the music and the lighting effects create an illusion of timelessness. Geometric lines and minimalist designs, give the club a futuristic look. Being located atop a high-rise building it gives you a splendid view of the sunrise. Let your hair down to the Techno beats and forget your worries and hassles. Do drop in and be a part of the action.
En descendant le large escalier qui mène à la cave à charbon, les visiteurs passeront par quelques vieilles charrettes usagées, qui servaient au transport du charbon. Le bar s'étend le long d'un sombre tunnel, à peine éclairé par le reflet des verres et des bouteilles. Les barmen préparent d'obscurs cocktails, silencieusement sirotés au comptoir par les insomniaques. Les petits coins, dans lesquels ne rentrent qu'une table pour deux personnes, se cachent dans les murs en brique. La salle lounge, située au bout du couloir, dispose de plus de tables. Les boissons sont abordables, ce qui ajoute une touche populaire à ce site.