These Berlin Clubs Re-Opened from Lockdown with New Concepts

photo: Birgit & Bier. 

Our fingers are itching. After months of staring at the woodchip wallpaper of our Berlin flats, we have “BOCK” as we like to say in German (which means to be very much in the mood for something). Bock, to go out again. Bock to sway to smooth electronic or raging techno beats while moving our bodies, sipping on a cold beer. Normally the Berlin crowd is used to completely different circumstances at the start of the summer party season when the painful question is, what party to attend, instead of none at all. 

This year everything is different. Or least we thought so. After Berlin’s motivated party crowd heavy heartedly accepted the no-clubbing-corona-rules for 2020, there now appears to be hope. Little by little the bigger clubs with an outside area are opening their gardens! At first only for gastronomy purposes with strict “no dancing” rules, but that’s enough to give our grieving party community a glimmer of hope.

Note: Please consult the corresponding social media pages of each club for any changes in regards to their opening times. These might change according to the weather and the current situation.



Sisyphos is opening its beautiful outdoor area for its tasty food and drinks! There will be music, but there won’t be dancing. Every guest is kindly asked to stick to the rules, in order for the club to keep its gates open. Bring your mask and outdoor clothes! It is first-come, first-served, so better get in line!

Sisyphos, Hauptstraße 15, 10317 Berlin.

Opening hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 3 – 10pm, Thursday 12 – 10pm



Wilde Renate


Come and feel those fun Wilde Renate vibes, as the club is opening its spacious outdoor area as a clubby Biergarten. There will be music, beer, and snacks, all served with their usual fun and free atmosphere. It is open Wednesday to Sunday! Beer, live DJ sets and some delicious Venezuelan Arepas? YES.

Wilde Renate, Alt-Stralau 70, 10245 Berlin.

Opening Hours: Wednesday – Friday, starting from 4pm, Saturday and Sunday starting from 2pm


photo: Salon zur Wilden Renate



Birgit & Bier


The quirky beer garden of the cozy city oasis Birgit & Bier is also opening its doors! Every day between 12 and 10pm you can enjoy the open-air atmosphere, drink one of the popular beers, and enjoy the delicious pizza. Please book in advance via Quandoo and don’t forget your mask! A little tip: Between 12:00-15:00 pm you can enjoy their beer and pizza as a business lunch for a small price. Let’s go!

Birgit&Bier, Schleusenufer 3, 10997 Berlin.

Opening hours: Daily 12-10pm


photo: Birgit & Bier


Rummels Bucht


Come and enjoy a drink or four at the cozy, colorful outdoor area of the Rummels Bucht! Even though Rummels Bucht will have to close soon, they have decided to open their gates to their open-air area until September and on sunny days only. Make sure to reserve your sunny slot in advance! Call 015252803236 between Thursday and Sunday 11-15 pm. Don’t forget to bring your masks and warm clothes, just in case.

Rummels Bucht, Hauptstraße 1, 10317 Berlin.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday: 3-10pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12-10pm


photo: Rummels Bucht


Urban Spree


Last but not least, the Urban Spree is joining in! Join them in the sun for a chill weekend of music, food, and drinks. With an eclectic range of artists supplying great sound vibes the entire time! If you want to further support them, check out their book shop where you can also find our Like A Berliner book. There they offer a selection of prints and books they have been collecting during the stay-at-home period. Bring your masks, the entry is upon donation without reservation!

Urban Spree, Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin.

Open Daily during the holidays from 4pm.


photo: Urban Spree

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