The outside of Bravo Bar, typical for Berlin-Mitte, is very non-descriptive and bleak. Its entrance is hidden behind a heavy dark store in a window and a door which does not even open if you muster all your strength. A doorman controls the door on weekends.
The walls of Bravo Bar are black, the ceilings high and decorated with stucco and the entrance area features a large balloon shark and has confetti on the floor. The speakers blast with pop and party music in the evening, the crowd is diverse though a bit more on the older side. You won't find any hipsters or overly young party people here.
The bar fills up quickly in the evening. Luckily there is a second room, equally stretched out as the main room to which people can repair to once the first room gets too busy. The overall look of both tube-like rooms is simplistic, the bar area featrues some bistro tables. That's it. Champagne is considered the drink of the house and with only 6 euro for a glass, the price is OK for Berlin-Mitte. DJs like Markus Kavka and Nils Bokelberg work the mix at the Bravo Bar.
- Sunday and Monday: Closed
- Tuesday and Wednesday: 08:00 pm - 03:00 am
- Thursday to Saturday: 10:00 pm - 06:00 am