Been a regular of Würgeengel for more than a decade. Today, the bearded bartender threatened us to call the police because we were laughing. Fascist.
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We loved this place, the cocktails were great and the waitress was efficient and friendly. Can't go wrong with late night drinks here.
We popped in for a couple of cocktails before dinner, was certainly worth it. Great cocktail list and a nice dark and old-worldy atmosphere. The barman gave us the low-down with our drink choices, where the cocktail originated and any other background information.
The most amazing cocktails I had in Berlin, with a great vibe and the most beautiful and cozy light in all places I have been.
After eating we decided to sample some Berlin bars, we had seats at the bar and consumed far too much wine. The bar was busy, but there are different rooms so there was plenty of space. The waitress was amazing, singlehandedly dealing with all the...More
The Würgeengel is a very nice bar with classical bar atmosphere. The selection of drinks is very good, and the White Russian a little "different" but still very good. Atmosphere is good, not too loud, so you can have a decent conversation. Unfortunately, as in...More
We had to wait a little while to be let into this bar, but loved the atmosphere once inside. It seemed to house a real mix of people, all ages and persuasions and it felt very decadent. We were lucky to nab a couple of...More
You wouldn't be sure when you first come in the door, but the non-smoking section (the back half of the room) is really well-ventilated and smoke-free. The clientele tends to be a bit pretentious, and sometimes the service too, but if you feel like a...More
I met friends in the Wurgenveel on a Friday night. We sat down and chatted over cold beers in this stylish, cosy, shabby chic pub. We stuck to some local beer but I noticed that fellow patrons were enjoying classic cocktails. A great place for...More
This place is absolutely unforgettable! When you walk into Würgeengel you get the kind of "Midnight in Paris" feeling of walking into another era. First of all I love the Buñuel reference, especially because it is accurate! The aesthetic is just on point: The furniture,...More