The Grand Club

The in-club "The Grand" in Berlin-Mitte rolls out the red carpet for celebrity events regularly. Jogi Löw, designer Guido Maria Kretschmer and Tom Wlaschiha, who plays Jaqen H'ghar on "Game of Thrones, have been seen partying here.
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Foto: The Grand

© Foto: The Grand

Foto: The Grand

© Foto: The Grand

Foto: Silje Paul

© Foto: Silje Paul

Foto: The Grand Restaurant

© Foto: The Grand Restaurant

“The Grand” offers a mixture between club, bar and Restaurant and therefore is ideally suited for celebrity parties. Some of the well-known guests include stars like Franz Beckenbauer and German singer Herbert Grönemeyer. Also members of the “Homeland”-cast where seen here while shooting for the series in Berlin.

Among the party crowd you will find one or the other celebrity, but the turntables and sound system may also be worked by the well-known TV presenter Palina Rojinski as DJane.

Regular party events here include “New Kid On The Block” with R’n’B, HipHop and Dancehalle or “How Deep Is Your Love” with Funk and Soul. As a prequel to your party night, you might want to enjoy a nice meal at The Grand (especially their steaks are absolutely remarkable) and then dance the nights away on Friday and Saturday.

The new head bartender is Sascha Klinke who already worked for other successful clubs in Berlin like Asphalt, Puro, and Spinder & Klatt. He knows: “Our top seller ist he ‘Grand Mule‘ – our own cocktail interpretation of the long drink ‘Moscow Mule‘. Our all-time favorite though ist he ‘Whiskey Sour‘. Some of our guests stop by just to get one of those.“

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Editors Rating

Ambiance
4.25

Celebrity Factor
3.75

Crowd Factor
4.25

Party Factor
4.00

Total
4.06

Address

Hirtenstr., 4, 10178, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Mitte

Info

Business Hours

Friday and Saturday

Restaurant and Bar

06:00 pm on

Club

11:00 pm on

Important information

Card Payment

EC, Visa, Mastercard

Note

The Grand houses bar and club, the restaurant with head chef Tilo Roth as well as six rooms for special events.

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