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Lonely Planet review
Original art decorates this discreet cocktail lounge favoured by a grown-up crowd that’s like a two-inch heel – chic but sensible. Try the Ramos Gin Fizz, bar owner Stefan Weber’s favourite libation. Budget boozers invade for happy hour before 9.30pm. It's about 750m south of the Kulturforum via Potsdamer Strasse.