Mein Haus am See

Hidden Berlin Facebook and Instagram blogs (15 May 2016)

Just across from our old favourite Sankt Oberholz, „My House on the Lake” is another Rosenthaler Platz watering hole that works just as well for a cosy afternoon coffee as it does for head-spinning cocktails and live DJ tunes. Day or night, this retro-looking lounge is a place to relax, enjoy life and be seen by all the right people. Like, literally: the funky tiered seating means you’ll probably end up being on display whether you like it or not. At around €6.50-10 the cocktail menu’s both extensive and varied – and from the rhubarb-based “Gin & Juice” and spicy ginger “Moscow Mule” to an intriguing-sounding “Cherry Smash” you’re guaranteed mouthwatering flavor combinations and utmost sophistication (they’re a stickler for rules here: our request for more gin with our juice earned an apologetic “no”). The best news, though? It’s open 24/7. So when the rest of the city shuts down (-pft, as if. This is Berlin) you’re guaranteed a spot on the sofa at Mein Haus am See. You might have to get a couple of people to budge up, though… #MeinHausAmSee #Berlin #Mitte #RosenthalerPlatz #BerlinMitte #HiddenBerlin #Cocktails #Cafe #Bar #Retro #MoscowMule #GinandJuice #Margarita #IgersBerlin #Vintage #OldFashioned #Hipster #Berlinstagram #BerlinBlogger #Lbloggers

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Just across from our old favourite Sankt Oberholz, „My House on the Lake” is another Rosenthaler Platz watering hole that works just as well for a cosy afternoon coffee as it does for head-spinning cocktails and live DJ tunes. Day or night, this retro-looking lounge is a place to relax, enjoy life and be seen by all the right people. Like, literally: the funky tiered seating means you’ll probably end up being on display whether you like it or not. At around €6.50-10 the cocktail menu’s both extensive and varied – and from the rhubarb-based “Gin & Juice” and spicy ginger “Moscow Mule” to an intriguing-sounding “Cherry Smash” you’re guaranteed mouthwatering flavor combinations and utmost sophistication (they’re a stickler for rules here: our request for more gin with our juice earned an apologetic “no”). The best news, though? It’s open 24/7. So when the rest of the city shuts down (-pft, as if. This is Berlin) you’re guaranteed a spot on the sofa at Mein Haus am See. You might have to get a couple of people to budge up, though…

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