Fuk;s

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Fuk;s Fuk;s in Kreuzberg is a funky little Italian-owned bar in Berlin great for mellow nights & hanging with artists. Check out the new Berlin cool at Party Earth. Berlin Germany 52.489696 13.426253
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Party Earth Review Located in an area that caters to Berlin’s alternative side, Fuk;s is an eclectic, low-key bar popular as much for its cheap drinks as it is for its free pasta, laid-back air, and cozy dash of weirdness. Pronounced “fooks... ... read full review

  • Train:

    U: Hermannplatz, Schönleinstraße

  • Phone:

    0176-38369874

  • Hours:

    Daily 7pm–3am (or later)

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Fuk;s Review

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Fuk;s in Kreuzberg is a funky little Italian-owned bar in Berlin great for mellow nights & hanging with artists. Check out the new Berlin cool at Party Earth.

Located in an area that caters to Berlin’s alternative side, Fuk;s is an eclectic, low-key bar popular as much for its cheap drinks as it is for its free pasta, laid-back air, and cozy dash of weirdness.

Pronounced “fooks,” the venue is helmed by Italian expat Massimo Vinco who, depending on the night, will tell patrons the bar’s name is either a play on the German word for fox or a not-so-subtle misspelling of...something else.

Frequented by artists, musicians, and creative types from all over town, the two-room space is relaxed throughout the week, with folks quietly chatting on the few couches and chairs in front of an antique wood stove or taking advantage of the free-to-use piano as raconteur Massimo doles out drinks at the ramshackle bar.

Local bands play everything from acoustic rock to avant-garde noise on Wednesdays, as multicultural patrons chow down on Massimo’s free homemade pasta – only available that night – and sip his imported Sicilian wine, which thankfully is available all the time.

Fridays and Saturdays, see the dim back room full of tuque-clad college kids who perch around the reclaimed retro tables, chairs, and lamps to talk politics and poetry, or to assess the local art that covers the walls and customizes the men’s bathroom.

Cozy and completely unrefined, Fuk;s is a little hodgepodge of a bar ideal for quiet night;s with a few non-mainstream Berliner;s.

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Tip from Jonah:

Ask Massimo about his coin sculptures that dot the bar – or about any other aspect of the personalized paradise he calls Fuk;s – and you’ll generate hours of entertaining stories and probably a few free drinks.

  • Crowd

    Hipsters, young artists, musicians, students from the nearby international language school, and Italian expats searching for a taste of home, 20s to mid-30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Live rock, instrumental, and other eclectic local bands on Wednesdays. Free-to-use upright piano. Blues and Jazz background music. Art exhibits held at random intervals.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Free pasta on Wednesdays from around 8 to 9pm; otherwise no food.

  • Prices

    Beer €2–€3, wine €3, cocktails €4–€5.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: t-shirts, jeans, sundresses, grungy secondhand clothing, tuques, tight jeans, skate shoes, hemp dresses, dreadlocks.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Wednesday nights for the free pasta and live music.

  • Close By

    Raumfahrer (54 Hobrectstrasse) has a similar vibe and clientele with comparable prices and an outdoor patio.

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