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.
Just a few minutes away from the bustling Kurfürstendamm boulevard lies the Irish Harp Pub, a traditional Irish pub. The beer is what draws the crowd in, but the entertainment and the atmosphere are what make them patrons. The interiors are a perfect complement to the Irish theme of the bar, with shamrock and Guinness beer plaques being an integral part of the design. Though beer is the staple drink here, there is also some amazing Irish malt whiskey and liqueur on offer. The food as one can expect is traditionally Irish with dishes like Irish stew and Shepherd's Pie setting the scene for a great meal. The Irish Harp also organizes nightly entertainment in the form of live Irish folk music and other genres of music and special quiz nights. For sports fans, there is a treat offered here, as the soccer matches, cricket matches, rugby and other sports events are played live on large-screen and Plasma televisions.
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.
Fans of electronic and techno music will feel right at home at the Suicide Circus. Locally renown for its state-of-the-art sound system and fabulous line-up of DJs, this club attracts an eclectic audience that is drawn to it by the promise of an unforgettable night. Set beneath the twinkling stars of the summer sky, the outdoor dance floor adds a touch of magic to the fantastic musical offer. On cooler nights, venture indoors and dance the night away to the music of some of the country's top DJs.
Extremely cozy and utterly charming, Café am Neuen See, one of Berlin's largest beer gardens is idyllically located on the banks of the lake in the heart of Tiergarten park. It is a traditional Bavarian beer garden that serves up southern German specialties like pretzel, white sausages, roast pork, and meatloaf, as well as classic European dishes such as pasta, pizza and barbecued meat and fish in its warm and welcoming space. Seat yourself in its enchanting sun-drenched outdoor patio shaded by the lush trees and pair your hearty meal with a cold beer for a memorable time. Illuminated by hundreds of candles flickering on the tables, Café am Neuen See is a visual treat at night.
Berliner Marcus Bräu is a microbrewery and German restaurant that specializes in two beer varieties. Guests can enjoy their original brews known as Marcus Bräu Dark and Marcus Bräu Pils, and specialty liquors like Himmlische Liebe made from grapefruit and Kräuter- König infused with herbal flavors. These beverages go well with European classics such as Flambéed Pork Filet, Budapest Schnitzel, Bauernbrot Bread and Apple Dream Tart. The ambiance is rustic and features checkered tiles, arched doors, dim lighting and wooden accents. Guests can also hire the pub and restaurant for private functions, along with a catering menu that includes wild boar and suckling pig dishes.
Hofbräuhaus, a landmark brew pub in Munich, brings its Bavarian flair to Berlin. Hofbräu München Berlin opened its doors in 2011, and is always packed with Berliners who want to have a relaxing time out. At this bar, beer-lovers get an opportunity to sample freshly brewed Hofbräu beer alongside a delicious selection of Bavarian delights. Every month, a selection of dishes are added to the regular menu, highlighting the season's specials. You can enjoy your meals at the airy beer garden while Hofbräuhaus musicians wrap you in a cocoon of lively melodies.
This simple restaurant with its wooden accents is one of the best places in town for Thai food. Thai Inside will take you through a culinary journey of Thailand that is not only delightful to the palate but pleasing to the eye as well. These include dishes like Pumpkin Soup with Prawns and Coconut Milk, Crispy Baked Duck in a red vegetable gravy with Lychees and Coconut Milk served in a pineapple and Crispy Fried Duck. Finish off your meal with desserts like Baked Bananas with Coconut Ice Cream or Thai Pudding. Complement it with fine drinks, cocktails, wines or fresh juices. Though the menu changes regularly, you can be assured of a delightful lunch or dinner.
The Grand is a classy venue to head to for a special evening out with friends, family or someone special. The restaurant features a truly classy decor, with intimate polished wood tables and dim lights. The menu consists of oysters and seafood, as well as ravioli, risotto and steaks galore, along with delightful homemade desserts. The bar resembles an early 20th-century gentlemen's club, and the bar staff is quite skilled in mixing up a mean cocktail.
The Alex chain, run by a company founded in 1985 in Oldenburg in Western Germany, is well-known throughout Berlin. This particular establishment is arguably situated in the most central location of them all, right in the Sony-Center next to the Cinestar multiplex. The décor is timeless, cosmopolitan, and colorful and a couple of modern paintings add an artistic touch. Even though the prices are quite elevated, tourists just adore the place.
Bringing alive the flavors of the Mediterranean in central Berlin, this Spanish restaurant specializes in the delicious small plates, tapas. Atame Tapas Bar offers you an extensive variety of this cuisine, ranging from meat and fish to vegetarian preparations. You can choose from cold tapas, canapes and other such variations too. Atame Tapas Bar offers a wonderful wine menu of Spanish labels that work as perfect accompaniment for your food. Moreover, local beers on tap, gin, brandy and whisky are also provided here.