Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Stue Bar
The Stue Bar has become a much talked about cocktail bar, for the quality of the drinks, it's slightly hidden location and the ostriches the bar overlooks.
Studio Bar
Stylish well-lit tunnel bar perfect for an early evening drink.
Fluido
Fluido works hard to earn the title of best cocktail bar in town.
Zebrano
Young fun and instantly likeable this retro-styled bar is popular with a cosmopolitan crowd.
Clarchens Ballhaus
A charming garden café by day and dedicated dancing (think tango and swing) club by night.
Saphire Bar
The stylish ambiance sheds any stuffy whisky pretensions.
CSA Bar
Popular cocktail bar with super-stylish minimalist decor.
Bellman
Distressed walls candlelight and an imposing wooden bar: pure old school Kreuzberg.
103
The most popular bar on the ultra-hip Kastanienallee.
Scotch and Sofa
A quintessential example of the eclectic styling which typifies East Berlin's bar scene.
Kumpelnest 3000
This quirky shoe-box sized bar is strictly for the last drink of the night.
Vagabund
Vagabund has been a firm fixture on the Berlin gay scene for the past 30 years.
Tiki Heart
A vibrant whirl of Polynesian trinkets and '50's decor.
Sanatorium 23
Even the cocktail menu corresponds to the periodic table at this trendy hospital themed-bar.
Marietta
Small but stylish a meeting place by day and bar to mingle in come night.
Orient Lounge
The Orient Lounge a Moorish whirl of twinkling lights hookah pipes and large cushions.
Reingold
A classic upmarket bar that attracts a diverse crowd.
Buck and Breck
The smallest cocktail bar in Berlin, Buck and Breck seats only 14, but is worth the wait if you can nab a seat as the cocktails here are artfully crafted. 
Drayton Bar
 A back-alley speakeasy with prohibition style cocktails that's dark, sleek and sexy.
Gorki Park
This Russian-themed bar is the perfect start for a evening in East Berlin.
Greenwich Bar
Stylish to the core, a drink in this chic cocktail bar is essential for any night out in East Berlin.
Lebensstern
A 1920s glamour bar that prides itself on the quality of its cocktails, and with 600 types of rum available, it's easy to see why. 
Windhorst
A small but classic cocktail bar with a great atmosphere.
Bateau Ivre
A cafe to some a bar to others Bateau Ivre is a Kreuzberg institution.
Bar Nou
Hip colourful cocktail bar popular with anyone who is up for a party.
Newton Bar
Probably the most famous bar in Berlin the Newton Bar is firmly fixed in the tourist lexicon.
Riva
With an eclectic music policy the crowd, like the cocktails, are well mixed.
Café Schonbrunn
A young and effortlessly cool crowd while away the hours with cocktails and great tunes.
Würgeengel
A charming alternative to Oranienstrasse indie kid and metal mosher bars.
Gainsbourg – Bar Américain
A West Berlin institution this small lively bar is very popular with the locals.
Bar am Lützowplatz
With an extensive champagne list and the best Mai Tai in the world. What's not to love?
Club der Visionaere
Essentially a wicker shack this riverside bar is a popular summer venue.

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