Brilliant, Boozy Berlin
If you’re thinking of heading over to the stunning capital of Germany this year or next for your stag do, then you’ll be wanting to know the greatest bars in the city to party.
Berlin is a city renowned for its drink like many other German cities, so you’re going to be spoilt for choice but hopefully our list will narrow it down for you, because let’s face it guys- you can’t visit them all not even the alcohol-loving Father Jack can. Behold, lads! These watering holes are amongst some of the best in Europe, never mind Berlin…
Oranienstr. 34, 10999
Café by day, bar and club by night, this rowdy place is the perfect party destination for locals and stag do foreigners like yourselves. Decorated throughout by the local artist known as Chin Chin, it is chic and modern and offers everything you’d expect from a bar with many beers and cocktails for sale. On the weekends, the back room usually used for smoking is transformed into a cool club if you’re in the mood to dance! With fantastic live music and DJs, expect to be up all night because Luzia will keep hold of you with its charm, friendly atmosphere and beverages to suit all. The website may as well be non-existent so check out their TripAdvisor page instead.
Weydingerstraße 20, 10178
If you love to stand around with a pint of Kӧlsch in your hand then this is the bar for you as the only seating available is bar stools. Taking shape as mainly a large room with a horseshoe shaped counter, this bar is classy and you might even find a popular celebrity roaming around. Easy to travel to and with a restaurant included, this bar is an all-rounder and a great contender for one of the greatest bars not only in Berlin but Germany as a whole.
Buck & Breck
Brunnenstraße 177, 10119
Being hidden away right next door to a police station (or should we say Polizeistation), this bar is tiny but packs a punch. The décor is sophisticated, sleek and modern and adds a real chill atmosphere to a night out. There is a signature cocktail available called the Buck & Breck cocktail which recipe dates back a long, long time. Over 200 years to be more accurate! If you’re looking for a chill night out then this bar could be a match made in heaven with you boys. If you want more info, check out Best Bars in Europe’s website.
Budapester Str. 40, 10787
This stylish bar is appropriately named since it faces the massive Berlin zoo from the top floor of a majestic hotel in the heart of the city. As you’d expect, this bar is absolutely covered in animal themed décor and it is a treat. There are plenty of beer options as well as an extemporary cocktail menu. One of the strangest features of the Monkey Bar (very cheeky monkey indeed) are the all-glass restrooms. So, if one of your mates always boasts about what’s down below, now’s their chance to prove it to the whole of Berlin, if they’re brave enough.
Karl-Marx-Straße 66, 12043
Yeah, we know what you’re thinking, this is a bit of a mouthful and not the mouthful you’d like… beer for example. It doesn’t necessarily translate to anything and can be a laugh to shout out loud. This stylish rooftop bar lets you take in the breath-taking views of Berlin every sip you take from your pint glass and soak up the incredible atmosphere around you. With vertical gardens spread across the walls and plenty of booze on offer, this is a true German experience. Take a gander over at Finding Berlin’s website for more information about the incredible, the amazing, Klunckernach… kranck…ich (yes, we couldn’t say it).