One of the hippest clubs in town, Sage Club is located in a formerly disused part of Heinrich Heine Straße underground ... More
One of the hippest clubs in town, Sage Club is located in a formerly disused part of Heinrich Heine Straße underground station. With the music varying from funk and soul to techno and drum and bass, and an unusual interior, the crowd is fairly mixed, though generally on the young side. "Funky Friday" is always popular, as is "Slave to the Rhythm" - a groovy mix of soul sounds and live acts - on Saturdays.
Great place, fun crowd, both beautiful people and underground, good djs, funcky gogos, superfriendly staff, everything you expect from a Berlin club.
I'm dying to go back in the summer when the outdoors & the pool are open!
PS : Don't be turn off by the outside look of the place, you'd really be missing out.
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