Best Bars In Kreuzberg
Looking for somewhere to get yourself a pint, or have a boogie, check out our favourite bars in Kreuzberg.
Cake – Laid back, friendly and well located, Cake offers a great launch off spot for a Kreuzberg bar crawl.
Fahimi – One of our favs: trendy cocktail bar in Kreuzberg, check out their Sunday quiz.
Paloma – Sweeping views across the platforms of Kottbusser Tor U-Bahn are a major part of the bar’s appeal, a gritty urban outlook that’s suitably in tune with the Paloma’s louche, hole-in-the-wall vibe.Dope house and microhouse chunes are the standard vibe.Look out for a metal security gate and concrete stairway between the Kaiser’s s and a kebab store.
West Germany Another example of the authentically underground, West Germany is impossible to contact and only promotes its events by word of mouth. Expect indie, noisy and obscure.
Schwarze Traube -Knock on the door/Ring the doorbell and head on in. Once there the bartender will ask what kind of flavours you like and will mix up a cocktail that will get your taste buds tingling.
John Muir– Brooklyn style cocktail bar in Berlin with mounted trophy heads and red-brick walls. They serve creative experimental cocktails and run craft beer nights on Monday. John Muir is smokefree, so really has that NYC stand outside freezing for a smoke vibe.
Lugosi – Is one of our favourite candle lit bars, best late summer early autumn, when it fills with the punters of Reichenberger kiez. They do great cocktails and drinks, friendly service, have nice outside tables on the large Reichenberger boardwalk.
Repeat– Repeat bar is a subterranean cocktail lounge with nice ambient, deep and micro house and serves up some solid cocktails and legit vibes.
The Bar Marqués -The Bar Marqués has no signs, just look for the Spanish tapas restaurant Marqués and had to the basement below. They serve some pretty dope cocktails, with no menu, the bartenders make up the drinks to your specific tastes. Not the cheapest bar, but a great cocktail experience
Prinzipal Kreuzberg-Outstanding burlesque performances and jazz nights in a small n’ cozy space. Very nostalgic vibes, good drinks, stellar shows.
Rosi’s – Dope bar and club with a garden area and two indoor floors, playing everything from House to Techno and from Raggae to Punk. It’s pretty affordable, since the entry fee is usually around 6-8 euros, beer from 2.50, and shots from 2 euro.
ORA – ORA is located in an old chemist with traditional wooden shelving, tiled floors and wooden bench tops. It’s a great place for some cakes and coffee, or for a nice alcoholic drink later in the day. They also serve some cracking meals!
Möbel-Olfe – Is a crossroads of bohemian, turkish and gay communities, testament to Berlin’s co-existence culture.. It used to be a furniture store, hence the name. Amongst discos balls, plastic fish, and antlers hanging from the ceiling.
Luzia – Loungey cafe/cocktail bar near Kottbusser Tor with exposed brickwork, light installations, armchairs & live music events. One of our favourites, nice place to take a tinder date in the area.
Vogelchen – Cozy little cafe/bar filled with flea-market decor and friendly staff. Great gin sour! And some really delicious food. They host quite a few events, or you can book the space for your own parties.
Lerchen und Eulen– Smokey, dark and trendy bar, feeling more like NYC than Berlin . Try a piece of cake and one of the best Mules in Berlin before chilling there or moving on to somewhere more upbeat. Relaxed, tourist-free, smoking allowed.
Das Hotel – Das Hotel is a fantastic bar, cafe and music venue, near the canal and on the corner of a street, Das Hotel is in a great spot to start or continue a Kreuzkölln bar hop.