Cookies

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Cookies Tucked away near the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden, Cookies has quietly become one of Berlin's most popular club destinations, despite being open only two days a week. Berlin Germany 52.515685 13.388515
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Party Earth Review Tucked away near the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden, Cookies has quietly become one of Berlin’s most popular club destinations, despite being open only two days a week. The unassuming entrance is unmarked... ... read full review

  • Train:

    S/U: Friedrichstrasse, U: Französische Strasse

  • Phone:

    030 27492940

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Tu/Th 10:30pm–6am, occasional Saturdays

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Cookies Review

The Scene

Tucked away near the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden, Cookies has quietly become one of Berlin's most popular club destinations, despite being open only two days a week.

Tucked away near the corner of Friedrichstrasse and Unter den Linden, Cookies has quietly become one of Berlin’s most popular club destinations, despite being open only two days a week.

The unassuming entrance is unmarked by a sign, so the only clues that a fabulous club experience lies within are the velvet rope and handful of doormen waiting to wave patrons in to the large converted warehouse.

Once inside, those in the mood for hip-hop and rap can choose the smaller room on the right, while those who prefer house music can choose to go left and hit the dance floor in the cavernous main room, whose dim red and blue lighting is reflected by square crystal chandeliers.

In both rooms, DJs pump music at volumes that make conversation impossible, which seems to be just fine by the crowd of attractive, trendy twenty-somethings who show up to dance, not to talk.

A lounge area sectioned off by a series of long black bars offers respite to overheated dancers, who settle into plush velvet sofas for a drink or two before heading back to Cookies' dance floor to bring in the dawn.

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Tip from Adriana:

Cookies hosts some exclusive Saturday night events. If you want to be in the know, just go to the website and sign up for their newsletter.

  • Crowd

    Trendy international set, mostly 20s and early 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    DJs spin house, rap, and hip-hop.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    On weekdays, the S/U-Bahn stops running between 12:30am and 5:30am, so patrons might need an alternative means of getting home during that time.

  • Prices

    Cover charge €8. Beer €3.50, wine €3.50, cocktails €7–€10, mixed drinks €6.50, non-alcoholic drinks €2.50. Coat check €1.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Trendy casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Tuesdays or Thursdays after midnight.

Cookies User Reviews

Average rating:
No edible cookies... but the dancing and decorations are worth it!
Hannah D. Nov 29, 2012
I went on a Thursday night here around 2am and it was a quick line, but honestly it was easy because we were two girls and two guys. Girls have a WAY easier time getting in here. If you are in a group, have the girls talk to the bouncer, because another time that I tried to get in, it was a guy and two girls and the guy started talking. He was even speaking to them in German and they did not let us in. Have confidence, try to speak German, and go in small groups. ONCE you are actually in, it is SO great! There are a few little hangout rooms. One is decorated as a Greek goddess room is probably how I would describe it. Dancing and chatting capabilities. Dance floor has an elevated perimeter which is fun to dance on if you want a better view of the scene. Much to explore here... great location in Mitte Berlin.
Cookies, The what when and how guide.
Daniel H. Nov 20, 2012
What: Cookies is one of the hottest night clubs in Berlin, it is ALWAYS packed. The venue is a high end club located on the very heart of Berlin, Friedrichstrasse. Some of the best electro and house artists perform at cookies, both local and international. Although less popular, the club also contains a hip-hop floor, located on the bottom level. After renovating in 2012 the bottom level now also contains a cathedral to get married, so if you meet a nice girl have a ring ready with you. When: To the general public Cookies is open on two nights, Wednesday and Thursday. This is the perfect place to go if you are only visiting for a short period, and you just can’t wait for the weekend. Don’t even bother to go before 12. Also after 2am, without a contact you simply won’t get in. How: Most tourists receive a cold look and a simple “no” when they reach the bouncer. Although I can’t guarantee you success, there are a few simple tips which will make sure you don’t get pointlessly rejected. These also apply to so many other places in Berlin. Tip 1: DO NOT ever try to get in with a group of more than 5 people, without having a table reserved. It just won’t work. 2-3 is ideal. Tip 2: Dress to impress. Huge emphasis always goes on what shoes you are wearing. Tip 3: If you can’t talk German, better not talk. If you get asked anything just say “English please”. Also, don’t be a laud smart ass in the line to show you are cool. Please … Tip 4: For all you boys out there, if possible go with a girl. Tip 5: Have fun
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