Meeting time: 19:00
Location of the bar: Bernburger Straße 35; 10963 Berlin-Obere Friedrichsvorstadt (Kreuzberg)
There are about 600 of them, but no one has ever counted them: Berlin's pubs offer more than beer and cigarette clouds. They are spaces with history and full of stories. But for how long? Who is there today? Finally, why? Drinking holes, boozers, taverns, saloons, bars, inns, public houses: every house has its name and its peculiarities –
some of them obvious, others hidden.
Inspired by a blog of Natalia Irina Roman and her friend Roland Siegloff we have started this weekly Tuesday meeting to explore places and pubs most of you have never seen in their life before.
Feel free to join us!
Stadtklause am Anhalter Bahnhof
Stadtklause caught my eyes because of the immitation of the old clock of the Anhalter Bahnhof on top of it's entrance door.
Anhalter Bahnhof used to be one of Berlin's biggest & busiest train station. In contrast to that the area around Askanischer Platz is quite dead nowadays.
The more I was astonished when I found such little gem as Stadtklause.
Stadtklause is typical Berlin etablissement but everything else than an Eckkneipe.
The bar stretches over three levels. The 1st floor and cellar have very low ceilings so it would be very recommendable for tall people to do a pubcrawl all night long.
Stadtklause serves typical German food, beverages likle beer (of cause!). Also there is an on-going art exhibition about the Anhalter Bahnhof and the Alte Philharmonie.
To make it a surprise for the barkeepers and locals we won't be telling anybody in the bar that we will be coming! - As usual!
Come and join us for a unique Berlin experience!
Like every Tuesday!
If you cannot find us here is my phone number (please no SMS from foreign SIM cards - I won't reply!):
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