Savignyplatz

 
Savignyplatz
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They’re always going on about Prenzlauer Berg or Friedrichshain. But there are other possibilities available too: The nightlife in Charlottenburg and around Savignyplatz...
From Herbie Hancock to Diana Krall to Till Brönner – all the big jazz names have played here. A-Trane is, despite its limited 100-seat capacity, one of the biggest names...
The “Paradox Ball” was invented in the Café Keese, the defining feature of which was that ladies chose their partners. This is still the rule here, whether the occasion...
The Cinema Paris in the culture centre “Maison de France” puts its emphasises on European films, often times French. The beautifully built cinema with its atmospheric...
The Delphi was opened in 1949, and it is still a special cinema with wonderful flair. Here, a visit to the cinema is also always a visit of the cinema. Before the hall...
The famous Michelin star awarded restaurant stands for continued excellence and creativity. Aside from the not-to-be-missed menues on offer here, the wine cellar alone...
A Chinese restaurant that will not only delight Chinese guests: Good Friends offers a wide range of diverse fresh dishes of Chinese and Cantonese cuisine. Included are...
Celebrity-hunters are always drawn to the “Kudamm 195” snack bar (named after its address). Evening visitors can count on seeing a well-known face: visitors have...
A visit to the Mar y Sol is like a short holiday: the Spanish establishment at the Savignyplatz receives its guests with a hearty authentic atmosphere, creative tapas...
The fancy new club in West Berlin celebrates the “art of night life”. Stylish, elegant, with an eccentric interior a chic fitting ambient is decorated according to the...
This first-class establishment is located on the premises of the Hotel Brandenburger Hof and is one of the first addresses for gourmet cuisine in the city. Chef Sauli...
This jazz cellar is under the Delphi film centre and the Quasimodo café. Traditional jazz is played here, as well as many other types of music including funk, rock and...
Zillemarkt, a restaurant like in an old Zille milieu; much of his legacy is also present here, and with the furniture of the great-grandfather, forms a typical decor of...

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.