Bar / Indoor & Outdoor / XS – 200-500
Live music, Local
A sonic gem in Berlin’s clubland, Crack Bellmer prides itself on a distinctively playful atmosphere.
When it opened its doors to the public in 2011, the vibrant club established itself in the former railyards of RAW Gelände, in the heart of Friedrichshain. The eastern neighborhood is dubbed Berlin’s party central thanks to its music-hungry and youthful crowds.
Serving as both a casual bar and an intimate dance club, Crack Bellmer makes its home in a hued brick building, standing out amid the rustic remnants of the industrial RAW compound.
As soon as you step inside, you’ll be greeted by what seems like a converted hangar. With high ceilings, industrial architecture, and brick walls, the Berlin nightlife venue speaks volumes of the city’s urban character.
The head-turner is the main room, which translates into a wooden dance floor and a bar stretching along one side. An outdoor terrace offers a refreshing breather from the energetic indoors, while a chill-out zone filled with comfy sofas provide an intimate relaxing atmosphere.
When it comes to music, Crack Bellmer is a chameleon. The genre spectrum spans from soulful funk and hot jazz to the immersive depth of electronic beats – whatever you ask for, the club has you covered.
But the heart of the Berlin club is its patrons. A mix of electronic-seeking locals and middle-aged dancers fill Crack Bellmer’s dance floor every weeknd.
Whether you wish to surrender to the rhythm of the night or lose track of time in hushed conversations, Crack Bellmer is not just a location – it’s a state of mind.