The walls are covered in metal memorabilia and other bits and bobs. Their price is also very reasonable, so enjoy! If Hotel is no longer quite the well-kept secret it used to be, it's. Pierced and tatted waiters will bring you a delicious meal from a menu with a photocopied anti-rape flyer from the 1980s in the back. When you first enter, you'll see the plain metal door with a fuzzy carpeting in the back. Expect laidback vibes and a welcoming atmosphere. It's a small bar that has additional pool table and pinball machine in the back.
At Halford's Rock Cafe its goaties and tattoos as far as the eye can see. Although the unplastered walls and rickety wooden furniture give Löwe Rein an aesthetic kinship with many bars in the neighborhood, the crowd is generally more relaxed, the music more judiciously selected and the drinks slightly more interesting. When you first enter, you'll see the plain metal door with a fuzzy carpeting in the back. I think I recall a fireplace and some couches. The skull-and-blackletter logo on the sign of this refurbished Ecke Kniepe might suggest a punk or a pirate theme, but the interior is a tastefully low-key mixture of dark wood and candlelight.
This small bar may take some searching to find but if you appreciate a mix of all things heavy metal and a long list of beer, mead, and spirits. They also host a 'dark market' every two months where you can find a myriad of gothic clothes, books, art and jewellery to feast upon. Hidden away in a quiet hof courtyard behind busy Mehringdamm, Clash is a spacious punk bar with Napalm Death posters on the wall, a pool table in the back and a lively but generally low-key crowd. Lit primarily by candlelight and busy until the early hours almost every night of the week, Hotel is arguably the most perfect distillation of what makes a Berlin bar unique. They also act as a rowdy live venue from time to time.
Although the bar does a lot of business on most evenings, Fridays and Saturdays can be especially crowded. This place might be perfect for a quiet beer of an evening but it can also quickly turn into a rowdy rock n roll all nighter. This small bar may take some searching to find but if you appreciate a mix of all things heavy metal and a long list of beer, mead, and spirits. You can to have the mead in the regular cups or a Viking horn, awesome! With tasteful music on the stereo anything from the Specials to Nick Cave and a small but reasonable selection of bottled beers and spirits, Ä attracts an international crowd of 20—30 somethings for whom evenings drinking and socialising in scruffy, dimly-lit splendour are simply a way of life. Bookings are prepaid and non refundable. They also have one of the best Mexikaner shots in Berlin. You can also pick up any punk supplies you might need from their cool shop downstairs before checking out a show at another legendary live venue just next door, Wild At Heart.
So36 From its walled-in beginnings in to latter-day bands like Beatsteaks, punk culture has had a chokehold on the Hauptstadt for decades. If you are with a group of more than 8 persons and wish to dine from our regular Core Menu and not take a group menu you are able to come along on the day and join our wait list. I can't wait to go back. There are many quite well-known locations for the budding Indie and Alternative Rock scene and its concerts - lots of places to choose from. While the cigarette smoke wafting through the high ceilings is undoubtedly part of the ambiance,.
Which parties are really worth going and which are the truly rocking clubs in the city - that's what the Top10 list with the best Indie music clubs is all about. The crowd, drawn mostly from people who live in the surrounding streets, maintains a continual buzz of conversation while drinking from a fairly basic selection of beers, wines and spirits. With its giant Rat Fink in the window, Wow is the punk rock gem in Ohlauer Strasse. Dine in Style Our unique atmosphere is designed to cater to your every mood. Image © Halford's Rock Cafe. Situated beneath a vintage neon sign, the clean, well-kept—and surprisingly smoke-free—bar caters mostly to locals in search of a quiet beer or a low-volume chat.
This classic neighbourhood kneipe—which never seems to close—has about six tables, a handful of stools and a perpetual cloud of cigarette smoke obscuring the satirical art and random artifacts hanging from the walls and ceiling. Eiszeit Kino had radical beginnings in 1983 Schöneberg, not Kreuzberg. Tiki is also great for breakfast if you end up staying out till morning!. The decked out authentic Tiki interior is more kitsch than you can shake a stick at and the cocktail of the day will always get you fun drunk. They have different kinds of mead, but I world stick with the regular. Your bar might claim to rock hard.
If you think the Berlin club scene is only about Techno and Electro, you're wrong. The inexpensive beer and smoker-friendly space invite an unpretentious mix of students, first-wave punks and locals from the neighbourhood. Oh, and the rest of its punk points are from having a pizza place over the road called Villa di Wow, where you can grab excellent pizza and take it back to the bar! Its location, across the street from Lido—a good mid-sized venue for rock and indie gigs—makes it the ideal place for a pre- or. Halford's is well known around town and you'll be in for a treat on nights Tuesday to Sunday, open till. Open 24 hours on Charlottenburg mainline Kantstraße, Schwarzes Café is more punk in spirit than anything.