Party Earth Review A huge club housed in a former power plant, Berghain is widely considered the best techno/electro club in Europe. The imposing concrete structure is nearly as intimidating as the club’s reputation, with lineups featuring well-known resident DJs like Marcel Dettman and Ben Klock. The space is divided into two rooms with ... read full review of Berghain / Panorama Bar
Party Earth Review As the name implies, AM to PM is a multifaceted establishment that provides food and a friendly café environment by day and an energetic club scene by night. Outside under the trees is a delightful terrace whose hanging chairs and tiki torches do their best to create a tropical vibe. On warm evenings, in fact, the terrace ... more
Party Earth Review Habermeyer is a cozy bar and lounge that lives by its motto “There can’t be good living where there’s no good drinking.” Its classic Berlin retro décor consists of casual but modern furniture thrown together haphazardly and a deep red glow that emanates from funky lighting fixtures, though the most distinctive feature is ... more
Party Earth Review A rustic bohemian nightspot, Bar 11’s mix of modern artwork, funky chandeliers, and horse-head sculptures provides a suitable backdrop for the crowd of alternative patrons lounging in the comfy armchairs and sofas or gathered at the scattered café tables. During the summer, the handful of outdoor benches get crowded in ... more
Party Earth Review With its immense windows framing the city lights and offering a spectacular view of the beautiful Oberbaumbrücke, the famous bridge spanning the Spree River, Watergate wows its patrons as soon as they step in the door. But the visuals don’t end there at this chic techno club. Two separate floors – the main floor and the ... read full review of Watergate
Party Earth Review Located in the heart of Schöneberg, Jansen Bar is a chic, somewhat upscale yet slightly bohemian cocktail bar divided into three distinct rooms, each bathed in warm lighting that’s low enough to create atmosphere but bright enough to show off the swanky décor. The front room, dominated by a wide granite-topped bar nicely ... more
Party Earth Review Because it would not be fair for one man – the owner/capitalist – to profit from the labor of the workers/proletariat, no one actually owns Café Morgenrot. Instead, everyone who works at the bar takes equal responsibility and earns the same amount of money. But patrons shouldn’t pay much attention to that big red flag going ... more
Party Earth Review One of the most well-known clubs in Berlin, Week End is a chic nightspot located in an old GDR office building that comes alive on the weekends when a trendy clientele shows up to dance the night away. Bouncers greet patrons at the entrance and point them to the elevators, where another bouncer escorts them up to either ... more
There’s little denying that the scene around the bars and clubs in Berlin represents some of the best nightlife in all of Europe.
Many of Berlin’s clubs are especially stunning, with multiple levels, creative layouts, and state-of-the art lighting systems, yet all but a few clubs are open to just about everyone – exclusive door polices are not the norm in Berlin. Regardless of style, the Berlin club scene is full of hardcore dancing and people partying well into the night.
Fortunately for non-clubbers, Berlin’s alternative and progressive attitude lends the city an exceptional diversity throughout its various bars and clubs, lounges, pubs, and, of course beer gardens.
Additionally, a wonderful come-as-you-are mindset is reflected in the wohnzimmer (living room) style adopted by many bars and cafés, which creates a relaxed environment and evokes the feel of a private house party.