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An innovative combination of disparate styles. That is the Transit/Bergamo complex. The relatively silent Bergamo bar transforms itself into an electric, zingy nightclub, Transit on weekends. The separate entrances from two different streets also helps to keep the distinct identities intact. Bergamo attracts more of a relaxed crowd where Transit involves voltage partying. The electrifying ambiance and the vibrant crowd will knock you off definitely.
Embellished in bright hues of red and golden, the cozy yet stylish Mrs. Jones is one of the prime hotspots in the nightlife scene of Stuttgart. Mrs. Jones has been serving its patrons since 2006 and is a perfect place to chill whether it be for a night out with friends or for lounging on a lazy Sunday afternoon in its lovely outdoor patio. It offers its customers a wide variety of delicious drinks and if you want to cure your last night's hangover, you can sip on their wide range of caffeinated drinks as well.
This spot isn't much like what visitors from North America might expect from the name. Far from a deli, it is primarily a place to enjoy drinks, although there are a few dishes available too. During the week the crowd at the Deli is mostly mixed, with business people hanging out besides biker-types, but on the weekend the patrons are noticeably more upscale. That might be explained in part by the drinks available; generally wine, with beer limited to somewhat some drafts and bottles. There's lots of room outdoors during warm weather, although after midnight regulations require that people come inside.
Opened in 2006, BIX Jazzclub reverberates with the swinging sounds of jazz. The club encourages jazz music in every form and from everywhere. There are live music shows and performances by jazz musicians here, besides other events to look forward to regularly.
This restaurant is a real treat for hungry history buffs. The beautiful Schellenturm, with its steep conical roof, was built in 1564. It is one of the few remaining parts of the destroyed city walls, and its name derives from the prisoners who were held in chains in the tower. Visitors can expect a good selection of regional specialties, accompanied with well-selected wines. Be sure to check out the seasonal specialties.
Rubens Bar is one of those places where you walk in expecting a fun-filled experience, and it never fails to surprise you. While it may be one of the prime gay bars in the city, its doors are open to the LGBT and straight community alike. Boasting an impressive collection of spirits, wine and brews, you are certain to find your favorite drink at this bar. Also the venue for a several events and theme nights, there is much to be enjoyed at this bar.