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The Junction Bar is available from wednesday until saturday DJs or live music with Kreuzberg atmosphere. So come here again and again. Artist (Pop, Jazz, Rock, Blues, etc), which are followed by a DJ who provides endless dance nights. The bar is remembers of a small underground Live Club in suburban jungle of London, New York or Paris. The Junction Bar is located in the basement of Junction cafes. Every second Thursday of the month there is a Bar Quiz in Junction Café. A big screen also allows the perfect football experience.Read more
Massive, mythical and sometimes monstrously hard to get into (the door staff can be terrifyingly capricious), the converted power station Berghain lives up to its worldwide reputation, and carries the torch for Berlin's deathless techno inheritance. The upstairs Panorama bar offers house music to the cavernous main room's diet of minimal techno and Detroit, though the SUB:STANCE dubstep nights and the regular Thursday "Elektroakustische" session add an experimental edge. Extremely liberal, disorientating, brutal and beautiful all at once, Berghain remains justifiably popular, and comes close to the no-holds-barred European clubbing that American film producers dream of.Read more
The Kreuzberg Zyankali Bar - Department of Chemistry offers entertainment of a special kind since 1991.
In an atmosphere between herbal health clinic and laboratory arise crazy cocktails that have the zyankali bar and her team made internationally famous. Rounding out this offer from an extensive range of selected spirits from around the world, including a wide range of absinthes, barrel and bottle-mounted cocktails and house liquors.
Birgit & Bier is located on the canal at the border to Kreuzberg and Treptow at the Schleusenufer 3 and is open daily from 14:00 hrs - please note: On weekends you have to be at least 21 years old. The entrance costs 5€ after 22:00 and 10€ after 23:00.
There is no beer garden without beer and in Birgit & Bier a lot of it is served - Pilsner Urquell, which comes directly from Pilsen, is served here unpasteurized and unfiltered, which means a fuller and deeper taste. It is brewed according to the original Pilsen recipe and has not been changed since it was created in 1842. A useful sign even tells you how many days have passed since the barrel was tapped, so you know how fresh it is.
But that's not all! There is also a selection of bottled beers, wine and schnapps. And if you're not satisfied with schnapps and snacks, they serve the holy triumvirate bratwurst, burgers and pizza.
Birgit & Bier has more to offer than just sitting in the beer garden drinking and eating. Regular events take place here, including club nights, film screenings and markets. They have even held a Christmas market, although it was anything but traditional. Keep up to date with the latest event developments on their Facebook page.
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The Chalet in Berlin Kreuzberg is a really great tip for nice people who like to celebrate and want to experience a different "ambience". The special thing about this shop is the unusual and hip style for clubs. The heart of the chalet is the fairytale garden. With plants, a pond with water lilies as well as trees and suspended lights, this idyll probably enchants even hard-boiled bunker club ravers.
Arriving at the chalet you will find yourself in a lounge with 20s style armchairs as you know them from Berlin's hip and unconventional shops. A modern mixture between the Gründerzeit Schick and Jules Verne Roman creates a charming atmosphere for the Berlin scene as well as for the international club people.
The former Bar25 owners have definitely put their experiences in the Berlin electronic music scene into practice and created the chalet. Both cosy groups around the campfire with relaxing piano music and the classic party people will find a place here.
The opening hours in the chalet are sometimes already from 5 p.m. when the weather is good. The club usually opens its doors from 10 p.m. or 0 a.m. and admission is between 5 and 10 euros. Always keep an eye on the current program on Facebook or their website!
Directly at the Anhalter Bahnhof Train Station in the heart of Berlin is the Solar Bar located. An elevator leads guests into the 16. floor. From here you have a unique 270° panoramic view of Berlin.
While in the 16. floor the noble restaurant is located you find one floor above the bar with comfortable seating options. In the middle is a DJ console with built-in elevator, which move between the two floors.
The bar is open daily from 18:00. Main dishes in the restaurant start from 16.50€ and with a clothing style à la casual you're definitely on the right side.
Romantic and Baroque look at the border on kitsch makes Kitty Cheng bar to a funky location. Guests sit in front of the door on old wood furniture and tables that look as if they had been stolen from a Western movie.
The Kitty Cheng Bar is open from Thursday to Saturday between 9 pm and 6 am.