Feuermelder

Bar
Feuermelder Visitors shouldn't be fooled by the 1950s diner façade – Feuermelder is something else entirely, as patrons will see once they walk through the doors and encounter the amped-up, hard rock attitude. Berlin Germany 52.51017 13.46012
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Feuermelder - Bar in Berlin.
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Party Earth Review Visitors shouldn’t be fooled by the 1950s diner façade – Feuermelder is something else entirely, as patrons will see once they walk through the doors and encounter the amped-up, hard rock attitude. An eclectic décor featuring... ... read full review

  • Train:

    U: Samariterstrasse

  • Phone:

    030 97002086

  • Hours:

    M–Th, Su 3pm–4am, F–Sa 3pm–5am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Feuermelder Review

The Scene

Visitors shouldn't be fooled by the 1950s diner façade – Feuermelder is something else entirely, as patrons will see once they walk through the doors and encounter the amped-up, hard rock attitude.

Visitors shouldn’t be fooled by the 1950s diner façade – Feuermelder is something else entirely, as patrons will see once they walk through the doors and encounter the amped-up, hard rock attitude.

An eclectic décor featuring red-and-black walls draped with heart-shaped Christmas lights, fake roses, and dark statues of skeletons and vampires sets the mood for an alternative crowd, while the blaring rock and metal music takes the energy level up a few notches.

The main room is dominated by an L-shaped bar and a handful of red vinyl booths, while the back area provides a large assortment of pool tables and pinball machines.

Weekdays draw a loyal clientele of Friedrichshain locals who down beers and shoot pool, while raucous tourists join the party on the weekends. But no matter who shows up at Feuermelder, the friendly tattooed and pierced bartenders keep the cheap drinks flowing.

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Tip from Jonah:

Go during the week and challenge some locals to a game of foosball or pool. You’re sure to make some friends and get the inside scoop on Friedrichshain.

  • Crowd

    Alternative locals on weekdays, late teens to 40s. More tourists on weekends and holidays.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Loud rock and metal. Spiderman pinball, pool, and free foosball. Popular foosball competition takes place in September.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Bar snacks.

  • Prices

    Chips €1, peanuts €1.80. Beer €2.20–€3, cider €2.90, wine €2.40–€4.50, mixed drinks €4.50–€7.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Weekends after 10pm for a rowdy crowd.

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