Comfort Hotel Auberge
Bayreuther Strasse 10
Phone: (49) 30 2350020
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Bars & Cafes
Prinzknecht, is an establishment which mainly caters primarily to gay clientèle. Famous for its long-stretched bar, it can accommodate a decent amount of crowd. Besides the usual alcohol, they do have a beer garden as well. Theme parties like Greek party, Halloween, Abba night, etc. are some of the days, clientèle look forward to. A fun place to be if you are happy and gay.
Widely regarded as the gay club in Berlin, this all-inclusive club features an expansive bar, multiple dance floors, and never-ending techno music. There are plenty of drink specials during the week, as well as a range of live performances by local DJs and artists. In addition to all this, the club has its own shop with a range of videos, toys, and magazines for party-goers. The venue is open daily from 10 p.m.
This restaurant features cocktails and Caribbean cuisine just like in Jamaica! The quality of both is extremely good, which is probably why Carib has become a meeting place for Berlin's Caribbean community, celebrities and gourmets looking for something a bit different. The Gingerbeer and Rum Punch is out of this world and the Caribbean specialties include Acke & Saltfish, Oxtail and Jerk Chicken. Don't miss happy hour from 5pm-7pm daily when drinks are half price.
A well established bar-cum-club, the Blue Note is a late night watering hole for Berlin's handsome, tanned and immaculately turned-out thirtysomethings. The Blue Note comes with several guarantees, the first being that you'll never drink alone and the second that you won't remain empty-handed for long (the service is very attentive). As the evening progresses you may find yourself fighting your way to the bar or being dragged onto the dance-floor by an enthusiastic "friend" - but it's this carefree mix of fun-loving people that makes the Blue Note what it is. the venue is open Wednesday to Saturday from 10 p.m.
In this gay-friendly neighborhood, Tom's Bar has stood the test of time while other clubs have come and gone. Once known as the leather bar in Berlin, it now caters to a more diverse crowd of young gay men. For techno parties and hot DJ sets, Tom's Bar offers party-goers a memorable night out on the town.
A well-established bar in Schöneberg, the Hafen is hugely popular with the gays and lesbians due to its cozy atmosphere. For many revelers, the evening begins in Hafen with their drinks, music and the great company offered by the fellow guests. A friendly bar during the week, the place mutates into a soul, disco, funk, pop and techno frenzy on weekends with different theme parties thrown in by them. The crowd is well-dressed and fashion conscious. What's more, you will never end up missing Hafen as it is open all 365 days of the year!
There are many Irish pubs in Berlin but this one stands out because of its convenient location in Europa-Center. With a red-walled façade and white-framed windows, it beckons guests to enter its spacious interiors to have the time of their lives. Groovy bands treat patrons to live gigs and the mood changes from Irish folk songs to exuberant pop in the twinkling of an eye. One can also listen to classical beats and country music while relishing baked potatoes served with sour cream, chili con carne and ham sandwich. Do not miss the Sirloin steak and Irish sausages, accompanied by beer like Guinness Stout. The television screens are tuned on to major tournaments of football, golf, cricket, rugby, car racing and boxing. Guests can also sip cocktails like Tequila Sunrise and the gin-based Tom Collins.
Heile Welt is easily recognizable from the street due to the blue neon sign and glass windows, with string curtains, that reveal a fiery reddish-orange gleam of light. The interiors are stylish with sophisticated black leather sofas and scarlet walls that glow as though on fire, under the light of dazzling lamps. This bar has a lively dating scene and is mostly frequented by lesbian and gay people. It offers a fine selection of cocktails and attracts patrons for its late-night hours, especially those heading on to nightclubs in Kreuzberg. On certain days, guests can also be seated on sofas in the patio.
Located atop the Europa Center, the Puro Sky Lounge is elegance personified. Rich interiors, subdued lighting, good food and lots of music exemplify the charm of this unique space. DJ nights, live gigs and music shows perk you up while you lounge at their exquisite bar and check out the crowd. This upscale lounge affords a stunning view of the city and you're sure to spot the crème de la crème of the town here. Hold private events, parties, music soirées at this place even as you enjoy a night of live music. Also, businessmen will love the facilities available on site for organizing corporate events and meetings. Check website for more details and exact opening hours.
Bavarian Restaurant, as its name suggests, serves the unique cuisine of the Bavarian region in Germany with hints of Prussian influence. The interiors too are decorated in the traditional style with heavy wooden cabinets, walls, flooring and ceiling. Green creepers growing on columns add an interesting touch to the brown decor, while an old-style, winding staircase leads to the upper story. Guests can enjoy dishes such as Bavarian Liver Dumpling Soup, Swabian Onion Roast, Sirloin Steak with Pepper Sauce and Marinated Herring Fillets. It also serves beverages like Schweppes Bitter Lemon, St. Felix Rosé wine and Jack Daniels whiskey. So head to this restaurant for a taste of the local cuisine, seated in a vintage ambiance.
Die Stachelschweine Theater is home to the bitingly satirical group of the same name. What began in 1949 as political street performance quickly became a popular movement in those troubled times, and the wit and power of the original performances still hold strong today. At this intimate theater, located within the Europa Center, you can find a range of performances by the artists on a nightly basis, as well as several guest performances throughout the season. There is also a full bar that you can enjoy before or after the show. Stop by if you are in the mood for rebellious banter or the delightfully politically incorrect, and be sure to visit the website for a complete schedule of events.
This Viennese coffee house is located in a trendy area near Winterfeldplatz and is a popular haunt for younger people. Like many Berlin cafes, Café Berio opens out onto the street during the summer. You could try one of the ten different breakfasts, which are of a good size as well as good value. Hot meals are also served. The cakes are the specialty of the establishment, which also produces its own home-made ice cream in the summer months.