Palm Beach

Bar / Tiki Bar
Palm Beach A small tropical paradise in the middle of Berlin, Palm Beach offers weary patrons a place to escape the city streets and wiggle their toes in the soft white sand beneath their feet. Berlin Germany 52.51196 13.45647
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Palm Beach - Bar | Tiki Bar in Berlin.
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Party Earth Review A small tropical paradise in the middle of Berlin, Palm Beach offers weary patrons a place to escape the city streets and wiggle their toes in the soft white sand beneath their feet. Palm trees, beach-scene murals, an... ... read full review

  • Train:

    U: Frankfurter Tor, Samariterstrasse

  • Phone:

    030 97002255

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily 5pm–7am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Palm Beach Review

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A small tropical paradise in the middle of Berlin, Palm Beach offers weary patrons a place to escape the city streets and wiggle their toes in the soft white sand beneath their feet.

A small tropical paradise in the middle of Berlin, Palm Beach offers weary patrons a place to escape the city streets and wiggle their toes in the soft white sand beneath their feet.

Palm trees, beach-scene murals, an old VW bus, and surfboards transport the festive crowd to the surf’s edge at this tiki-style bar – and since the bar has four other locations in Berlin, patrons are never too far from the sand.

Whether inside or out on the pleasant sidewalk patio, easygoing groups lounge at the weathered driftwood tables, sipping drinks and munching on a decent selection of bar food.

While the calm is occasionally punctuated by boisterous crowds of pub crawlers and bachelor/bachelorette parties, the long Happy Hour and equally long list of fruity island cocktails make Palm Beach an alluring place to unwind.

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Tip from Lucas:

Palm Beach also has numerous flat-screen TVs tuned to major sporting events. If you’re in Friedrichshain, this is a good place to enjoy cheap drinks and food while watching the game.

  • Crowd

    Quieter on weekdays, 20s to 40s, rowdier on weekends.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Mostly ambient pop tunes with a refreshing lack of techno. Check out the locations in Steglitz and Mitte for karaoke on Mondays and Wednesdays, respectively. TV usually tuned to sports.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Nachos, pizza, and snacks. Daily eleven-hour Happy Hour 6pm–5am.

  • Prices

    Pizza and nachos €4.90. Beer €2.50–€3.50 or €9.50/pitcher, wine €4.50–€7, cocktails €7, mixed drinks €4.50, shots €2.50–€3.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual to trendy.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any weeknight, but it gets really busy around 9pm on the weekends.

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