Bars and pubs are one of the most popular meeting places for Berliners. They are available in all districts, variants and price ranges and are places where you can play billiards, watch football or order cocktails are particularly popular. In contrast to most other big cities in Europe, there is no pure pub or party district in Berlin and no curfew. There are bars and pubs in every district, in every residential area of the entire urban area. Some of them are even open 24/7, around the clock. With almost 1,800 bars, Berlin offers a huge variety of establishments. Today, we want to introduce you to five of these. Remember that they are momentarily closed due to Covid-19, but they will welcome you once they reopen.
The silverfish is an institution in Berlin-Mitte's nightlife. In this pub on Oranienburger Strasse next to the New Synagogue, drinks of all kinds have been served for almost two decades. You will meet a widely mixed audience. From businesspeople to teenage pub crawlers, everyone celebrates and drinks together to well-groomed rock music. As in many restaurants in the city, you can only pay in cash.
Address: Oranienburger Str. 37, 10117 Berlin
The Haus am See is a typical Berlin trendy shop that is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During the day, artists, designers and musicians drink their coffee together here. In the early hours of the morning, the bar serves as an after-party location for many young and old clubbers. You will find this stylistically very interesting location directly on Rosenthaler Platz.
Address: Brunnenstrasse 197-198, 10119
The Kilkenny Irish Pub is located opposite the Berlin Cathedral at the Hackescher Markt S-Bahn station. This is the perfect stop for you to go with friends if you are a fan of British beers, scotch and sports broadcasts. Snooker, darts, rugby and Premier League football are broadcast here daily from 10:00 a.m. - 00:00 a.m. and one of Berlin's best burgers is served.
Address: Am Zwirngraben 17-20, 10178
Hop On - Hop Off: 3 (Line 1) - Rotes Rathaus
ArtLiners is located in the colourful alternative district of Friedrichshain. In this smoking bar, you experience rock music of surprisingly high quality on the program from Friday to Sunday, and it is live music. Game evenings with Yahtzee, chess or bingo are often organised on weekdays. Although this bar offers shockingly inexpensive drinks, you need to remember that payments are cash only.
Address: Gärtnerstraße 23, 10245
The house of 100 beers is in the middle of Berlin's shopping paradise at Ku´Damm, one fo the most famous streets in Berlin considered the Champs-Élysées of Berlin. Here, you can enjoy traditional German cuisine in a distinguished atmosphere, as well as an overwhelming selection of beers. Both are dearly satisfying due to the high standards set by the House.
Address: Kurfürstendamm 100, 10709
Hop On - Hop Off Stop: Stop 12 (Line 1) - Kurfürstendamm