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.
As the name implies, the door is a significant factor in this bar, particularly because it can be rather hard to navigate past it. The Green Door is one of Berlin's prime spots for "seeing and being seen." The clientele is a homogeneous display of chic, as the Green Door is a firm favorite among Berlin's glittering VIPs. That said, they serve great cocktails at prices that are comparable to other bars in the area. The interior oozes charm with its long wooden counter and copious amounts of green-colored kitsch. To sum up, this is a great place for a late-night drink or two.
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.
Uno dei club più figo della città, il Sage Club si trova in una parte della stazione del metro Heinrich Heine Straße che prima era in disuso. La musica varia dal funk, al soul, alla techno fino alla drum and bass, gli interni sono decorati in modo insolito e il pubblico è discretamente misto anche se generalmente più giovane. Il "Venerdì funky" è sempre il più frequentato così come "Schiavi del ritmo" un groovy mix di suoni soul e alcuni concerti dal vivo - di sabato.
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.
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.
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.
If you're a jazz fan, then head to b-flat where the only music you will be foot tapping to is Jazz. Established in 1995, b-flat is one of the favorite live music spots in Berlin. The club was created by two musicians named Jannis Zotos and Thannasis Zotos and actor Andre Hennicke. Famous veterans who have graced the club include Gustafson, Peter Brotzmann, Conny Bauer, Mikis Theodorakis, Steve Lacy and many more. The seating area gets filled fast, so get there as early as possible.
Situated conveniently, right next to the Hackeschen Höfen, Yosoy is the place you go to experience the very famous food culture of Spain. This bar gives its guests the taste of the traditional snack of Spain- tapas. With an assortment of wines and beers on their menu, Yosoy ensures that their guests not only eat the traditional snack, but eat it exactly the way the Spainsh do. With its beautiful interiors and soft lightning, this is just the place to digest the day's deals and a plate of tapas before going home.
Set opposite Nikolaikirche, Berlin's oldest church, Zum Nussbaum has a 500-year badge of honor, making it one of the oldest pubs in town, though the original building was destroyed during World War II and has since been reconstructed using the same design. Nestled in a quaint white cottage, this place bustles with tourists but is still charming. Zum Nussbaum is a great place to enjoy rye bread with meatballs and a cold, frosty beer after an engaging day roaming around Berlin. This relaxing pub offers bottled liquors as well as beers on tap.
Established in 1992, Brauhaus Georgbräu boasts a wonderful location on the banks of the River Spree. Located in the heart of Berlin, this brewpub features an expansive beer garden, accommodating around 400 guests, that overlooks the gently flowing waters of the Spree. While reveling in this serene ambiance, diners can order a variety of freshly brewed beers, along with traditional German dishes that go perfectly with the pilsners this brewpub serves up.