A sign on the door says that this is a private club, but don't worry, the door opens for pretty much everyone! Located in ... More
A sign on the door says that this is a private club, but don't worry, the door opens for pretty much everyone! Located in a basement on a deserted side street in what is left of the historic quarter known as the Scheunenviertel , Cocktailbar Baal is a popular hang-out for artists and actors. The bottles on the counter gleam in the soft yellow light. The guests talk quietly, sipping at their cocktails. This is a place to hang out with your pals in the evening, especially if you have time only during the late hours.
party all night long... open end, nice cocktails, enjoy the coktails, enjoy the barkeeper (it�s a very nice girl) and drink, drink. Best you visit it at 11 hour pm... because they have no so much places...
Built in 1957 as the American pavilion for the International Exhibition of Construction and Design, the building fondly known by
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