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Mojo Club

Mojo Club

When then Mojo Club opened at the beginning of the 1990s, it was the "place to be" because it definitively enshrined club culture in Hamburg. The hip hop and dancefloor jazz evenings were of the highest quality, and the so-called "Dub Conferences" held here, where the people on the dancefloor were soaked in bass, are also fondly remembered. Which is why old and young dance enthusiasts are delighted that the legendary Mojo Club has opened its doors again for more long nights.
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Boilerman Bar

Stirred, never shaken. The Boilerman Bar specializes in so-called Highballs. These drinks are made from a base spirit like whisky or gin and a “filler” such as ginger ale, tonic water or similar. He used to stand on the steam engine tender and shovelled coals into the boiler – the so-called “boilerman”. In the bar of the same name in Eppendorf, things are anything else but hot – on the contrary: here, they use a Japanese luxury ice machine that produces over-dimensionally large, spherical ice cubes.
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Bar Hamburg

Bar Hamburg

Comfortable leather seats, fine wooden tables, 70 different whiskies and a cocktail menu with over 250 varieties. The long list of celebrities who have enjoyed the classy but unpretentious atmosphere includes Mick Jagger and Claudia Schiffer as well as Hamburg pop band Deichkind and the independent film maker Klaus Lemke. Since the classy premises are frequently hired out for corporate parties and exclusive events, it is recommended that you check opening times before a spontaneous visit.
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LeLion

LeLion

Heavy, sound-absorbant carpeting, dim indirect lighting, bizarrely patterned wallpaper – and as a vanishing point for the eye, a metal lion of huge proportions, which is set into the back wall and guards over the people sitting at the bar. Welcome to the Kingdom of the Lion! Here, you will find cocktails of excellent quality. And when we say cocktails, we don’t mean fruit-and-umbrella decorated fruit-spirit-cream concoctions, but exquisite classics and own creations. Here, Jörg Meyer invented the now famous Gin Basil Smash.
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