Once the ticket office for the sightseeing boats which sailed down the Landwehrkanal canal, Ankerklause is now one of ... More
Once the ticket office for the sightseeing boats which sailed down the Landwehrkanal canal, Ankerklause is now one of Berlin's most happening bars. The interior reflects the 'anti-fashion' concept of the nineties, but this seems to go down well with the punters, who start to pour in as early as midday after a visit to the nearby market . The atmosphere is very Kreuzberg, although Ankerklause is actually located in the neighboring district of Neukölln.
A good friend lives nearby, so we made frequent visits while I was visiting a few years back. Hanging over the Landwher Canal, it is a unique little bar which hosts a few hot 70s to modern pop dance nights. Drinks are cheap and flow quickly, music is great and it attracts a funky fun crowd. Don't worry about going alone if you're travelling solo, as the people there are very friendly and you'll make friends in no time.
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