Bar / Indoor & Outdoor / XXS – 0-200
Live music, Casual, Local
With a healthy dose of intimacy, Bulbul Berlin is a must for revelers seeking an offbeat nightlife path.
Best described as a club-meets-bar situation, the venue rose from the ashes of the iconic Farbfernseher in 2019, staking its claim in the Kreuzberg district. Home to artists, thrift shops, and vibrant street art, the central neighborhood is a melting pot of cultures.
Bulbul not only tickles your auditory senses but is also a feast for the eyes. Once you breach the Berlin club’s bland exterior, the interior reveals a fusion between the city’s grungy feel and Oriental decor.
Named after the Persian term for nightingales, Bulbul lives up to its name. Although the nightlife spot is divided into multiple indoors and outdoor spaces, all rooms are linked by the same quirky decor elements.
Think painted walls, rustic staircases, peeling walls adorned in memorabilia, and wooden dance floors, because that’s what Bulbul Berlin is all about.
Bulbul’s repertoire extends beyond music. It hosts small concerts, art exhibitions, and unique open drum sessions, infusing an artistic soul rarely seen in Berlin’s club scene.
But when it comes to music, the bar nightclub is the place where genres fluctuate from techno to commercial tunes. During most weekends, Bulbul offers a generous selection of electronic music with local and international artists.
In essence, it’s a place where any visitor, whether a Berlin local, an artist, or a tourist, can find a spot to fit in and enjoy the dynamic atmosphere.
Breathing new life into the legacy of the Farbfernseher bar in 2019, Bulbul is more than just a club; it’s a melodic sanctuary where Berlin’s vibrant beat pulses through every corner.