The area around Schlesisches Tor becomes a tourist attraction, especially at night. Many bars in this area focus on serving as many guests as possible on the night. That’s not the case with Barbie Deinhoff’s that sometimes seems like a time capsule from the past. An alternative, flea-market look and no deals on Caipirinha. The tattered sofas and walls have a worn comfort that feels just like home for the bar’s patrons. But that’s exactly why the bar is such a popular meeting place for young creative types and gay and lesbian people from around the world. Well-known DJs from the Berlin underground music scene regularly play music from rock to electropop here.