Party Earth Review Cozy and romantic, YOSOY is an upscale tapas bar with a distinct Spanish flair. Mosaic tiles, warm yellow walls, rich finished wood, and black-and-white photos of Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls combine to evoke images... ... read full review
Rosenthaler Strasse 37
S: Hackescher Markt
Mitte, Berlin –
Cozy and romantic, YOSOY is an upscale tapas bar with a distinct Spanish flair. Mosaic tiles, warm yellow walls, rich finished wood, and black-and-white photos of Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls combine to evoke images of Spain, while tables set into nooks and corners away from the central bar area create an intimate vibe.
A pleasant outdoor seating area provides high umbrella-covered tables from which patrons can watch the comings and goings on busy Rosenthalter Strasse.
The daily prix fixe menu of soup or salad, two tapas, and tea or coffee attracts locals and professionals during the day, while a small but well-executed offering of entrées satisfies larger appetites for those in search of a sit-down dinner in the evening.
A venue with a lot of class and a touch of elegance, YOSOY attracts a chic, spirited crowd and provides a welcoming ambiance in which to enjoy an evening of cocktails and conversation.
Stylish young professionals, late 20s and up.
Ambient Spanish lounge music.
Menu of tapas and other Spanish dishes served 11am–1am, later on the weekends. Daily fixed menu served 11am–5pm. Extensive wine list.
Tapas €2.50–€7, soup €4.50–€7, entrées €9–€16. Beer €2.60–€3.60, wine €3/glass or €12–€24/bottle, cocktails €7, frozen cocktails €19.50/liter.
Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm, or later around 11pm. There’s usually a thirty-minute wait starting at 8pm.