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1. Berghain / Panorama BarAm Wriezener Bahnhof, Berlin
2. Salon zur Wilden RenateAlt-Stralau 70, Berlin
3. CookiesFriedrichstraße, Berlin
4. Weekend ClubAlexanderplatz 5, Berlin
5. Club der VisionaereAm Flutgraben 1, Berlin
6. StattbadGerichtstr. 65, Berlin
7. Club GRETCHENObentrautstr. 19-21, Berlin
8. White Trash Fast FoodSchönhauser Allee 6/7, Berlin
This popular Berlin club was named one of the best in the world, so if you're into clubbin', head here and you're bound to enjoy the techno-fueled party.
Best described as an art house/junkyard basement, Salon zur Wild Renate will most definitely be one of the strangest bars you ever visit, considering they have a MAZE IN THEIR BAR.
This underground club offers a variety of themes inside, such as a chapel, as well as a resto upstairs and bars slinging signature cocktails, so you can have a supremely unique club experience in Mitte.
With one of the most fun roof terraces in the city (overlooking the famous Fernsehturm TV tower at Alexanderplatz), Weekend has become a famous place among the tourist crowd. Nestled at the rooftop of a former Soviet tower block now housing mostly office spaces, the club plays house and techno music and hosts the likes of Jazzanova’s Dixon and Trentemøller.
This is a chill open-air bar/club, whose laid-back attitude and atmosphere is more conducive to a relaxing evening of sipping drinks, rather than crazy sweaty dancing, which is what makes it a nice change of pace in the Berlin club scene.
If you've never been to a club that has an empty indoor swimming pool inside, you've never been to Stattbad. This unique club/art gallery/event space looks gritty and a bit dilapidated, making it a unique draw for clubbers.
Performances at this Kreuzberg club are mostly electro, house, dubstep, hip-hop, and experimental, and have included acts such as Quantic and Mr. Scruff. The club is named after a character from Goethe’s Faust and is located in a 19th century building that used to serve as the imperial stables.
Given the name, it should be no surprise that this Prenzlauer Berg spot has a penchant for gigantic, artery-clogging burgers. But what is Bruce-Willis-was-dead-the-entire-time level shocking about White Trash Fast Food is that it also acts as -- get this -- a tattoo parlor and a club that features an endless rotation of DJs, parties, and live events.