DAYDRINKING: OUR FAVORITE SPOTS IN MUNICH, BERLIN, HAMBURG AND VIENNA

Nothing signals the end of winter better than day drinking. Whether it’s meeting some friends for a couple of beers at the hippest and busiest street corner, bar or beach of your city or cheating your way up to a fancy roof top terrace of a luxury hotel. Daytime belongs to the unapologetic drinker. So this time we want to share our favorite spots with you, if you’re into solid day drinking:

Munich

Café Vorhölzer

Oh how much we’ve missed summertime! We only realized this the moment we were sitting, cold drink in hand, on the rooftop terrace of the TU Munich. The perfect spot to not only watch the interesting mixture of posh girls and bearded skater guys but to have the best view over the city.
Institutsbau, Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München

Goldene Bar

Located at “Haus der Kunst”, everything here is gold plated and decorated in Artdeco style. But it’s the terrace that remains in our memories: facing the “English Garden”, afternoons have gone by in a breeze and we’ve been served some of the best drinks in town. Come by for a Sundowner and listen to different DJs every Sunday from 5-10pm.

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 München

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Viktualienmarkt

No insider, but one of our favorite classics in Munich. There’s sunshine all day, and high chances of meeting familiar, probably slightly drunk faces of friends wandering by. For those who want to upgrade from beer and Obazda, we recommend a bottle of cold Rosé wine and fresh oysters at Fisch Witte across the street. A Munich contrast by the book!
Viktualienmarkt 3, 80331 München

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Hamburg

Vier Jahreszeiten Hotel

OK so officially the bar is just for guests of the hotel, so you should show a little confidence walking in. Put your chin up, walk straight through the lobby and take the elevator up to the rooftop terrace on the sixth floor. The view, the 300sqm open terrace and the special cocktails are worth it, we promise!
Neuer Jungfernstieg 9-14, 20354 Hamburg

Cornern

This time it’s not about a bar but a corner of a street, that became one of the hottest spots in town. You simply buy a beer at a “Kiosk” and sit down somewhere between where the streets Thadenstraße meets Grüner Jäger meets Wohlwillstraße in front of Toast Bar in St. Pauli. Makes sense? No. You have to see for yourself: it’s something between summer festival feeling and an open air catwalk. And all the cool kids are here.
Wohlwillstraße, 20359 Hamburg

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Berlin

Markhalle Neun

Berlin is famous for it’s depressing weather during winter time. Also in summer you might have to go inside at times. The best place: the food market Markthalle Neun in Kreuzberg, where there’s not only amazing food on offer but also enough wine and Spritz to keep you going.

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Klunkerkranich

Located on a rooftop of a shopping mall in Neukölln, this spot is a true green oasis in a concrete jungle like Berlin. Here you’ll enjoy the best view over the city, different DJs and snacks at their cantina “zum fetten Finken”. It’s nothing new to the city but its relaxed vibe make this spot one of our evergreens in Berlin.
Neukölln Arcaden, Karl-Marx-Straße 66, auf dem obersten Parkdeck, 12043 Berlin

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Club der Visionäre

A little more exciting stuff happens on the edge of Treptower River. If you arrive Sundays you will meet a mixture of people that are either still or just about to start partying. All you need is here: loungechairs, comfortable beds, some greenery and flowers, electronic music. Perfect spot to dip your feet in the water and enjoy one too many beers.
Am Flutgraben, 12435 Berlin

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Wien

Tel Aviv Beach

The owners of this place are the guys behind the NENI restaurants and would probably like to spend all summer in Israel on the beach. That’s why they brought Tel Aviv to Vienna and opened up this hotspot at Donaukanal. There’s different DJs, lovely cocktails and a selection of their most famous Neni dishes. Just please don’t fall into the canal, will you?
Obere Donaustraße 65, 1020 Wien

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Palmenhaus

At Burggarten inside a historic green house you will find the brasserie, that’s also part of a butterfly house in case you feel like visiting that after some drinks. But the best spot is outside on the terrace where you will have sunshine all day, and marvel at the amazing facade of the national gallery.
Burggarten 1, 1010 Wien

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25 hours hotel

Once you take the elevator up to the rooftop of the 25hours hotel at Museumsquartier you enter the bar “Dachboden”. The building used to be a student dorm, however now the motto here is “circus”. Where else would a circus end best on a Sunday?Lerchenfelder Str. 1-3, 1070 Wien

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Pictures: Markthalle Neun, Fisch Witte, Goldene Bar, 25 Hours Hotel Vienna, Palmenhaus, Nuriel Molcho, Club der Visionäre, Klunkerkranich

 

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