Time again for something to turn: The 2020 European Football Championship will be played with a year delay. The beer gardens are open again just in time for the tournament and some have armed themselves with large screens and canvases to make the soccer fans among you happy. Reason enough for us to cheer.
The fan mile at the Brandenburg Gate will not exist, but these 11 locations offer both a seat for you and your friends as well as an uninterrupted supply of beer (also interesting for football grouches). Sounds almost like a summer fairy tale, doesn’t it?
11 Friends of the EM quarters in the Astra
The best football magazine in the world is opening its quarters again in the beer garden of the Astra Kulturhaus. There are not only fixed seats here, but also a grandstand from which you have a great view of the screen. You can watch all games here for free. Admission is one hour before the start of the first game of the day. Please pay attention to the hygiene concept and have fun!
Good vibes and craft beer in the BRLO Brwhouse
In summer you can have a toast in the nice beer garden at Gleisdreieckpark or relax in one of the sun loungers in the sand. In terms of atmosphere and presentation, the BRLO Brwhouse could also be located anywhere in Brooklyn, Copenhagen or London. The perfect place for a soccer party with friends!
Bavarian cuisine in the Prater
In the Prater , a year-round restaurant and in summer also a large beer garden, Berlin cuisine is served, along with Bavarian classics such as white sausages, schnitzel, delicious asparagus and a fat, fat goose at Christmas time. At the top of the “should-you-have-to-eat” list is also the mustard celebration with squashed potatoes – this is a culinary journey back in time. A lot of wood and indirect light create a warm atmosphere in the dining room. Despite the simplicity and spaciousness of the room, it does not seem cold. On warm summer evenings, when you sit outside in the beer garden or on the terrace, the fairy lights and lanterns bathe the courtyard in a pleasant light.
Beer garden feeling right on the water in the freedom fifteen
The freedom fifteen is for many the most beautiful place Köpenicks. The area is located directly on the shore and looks gorgeous, especially in the evening hours. In the lovingly tended garden you can put your feet up in peace in a deck chair, drink your beer and enjoy the atmosphere. There is also BBQ – so what are you waiting for?
Drinking beer under chestnuts at Zollpackhof on the Spree
On the edge of the government district, the Zollpackhof is a pearl in the green and on the water. In summer, the large beer garden under tall chestnut trees and the proximity to the Spree beckon. The kitchen is a mix of German and Austrian dishes with a Mediterranean touch. The oven-fresh land duck, the Bavarian-inspired roast pork or the pikeperch fillet are just a few tasty items on the menu. The highlight in winter is then inside the restaurant: a 360-degree round fireplace including a cat on the bench. It couldn’t be more comfortable.
Linger in the beer garden of the Eschenbräu brewery
Martin Eschenbrenner brews his own beer in Wedding. The brewery is right next to the beautiful, rustic beer cellar. Visitors can find out more about the process and ingredients at any time. There are the standard types such as Pils, dark and wheat beer, but also more unusual beers such as the Dark Bock or the Weddinator. Own fruit and fine brandies as well as apple juice are also on the drinks menu and in summer a large beer garden invites you to linger for a while. On top of that, whiskey is also produced here, making the Eschenbräu the perfect place for one of the freshest men’s table settings. And you should definitely try the tarte flambée!
Relax, drink and eat ice cream in the ZENNER’s beer and vineyards
Since the beginning of the year it has been clear that the old house in Treptower Park will shine in new splendor, without Burger King , but in the form of a wonderful cultural site: The ZENNER will be a wine and beer garden and an event location for Berlin’s cultural and cultural centers on over 8,000 square meters Gastronomy scene in one. It will take a while until the entire area is ready, but the Zenner ice cream parlor recently opened with ice cream from Rosa Canina and coffee from Andraschko . But the best is yet to come: Since the end of May you can also hang out in the wine and beer garden! Finally a decent place to eat ice cream and drink wine in Treptower Park.
Public viewing in the Jungfernheide forest high ropes course
You should be able to stand and be firm at height for a visit to the climbing garden in Jungfernheide. The garden is so big that you can shimmy through trees for half a day. When you have climbed enough, you can sit down here under the canopy of the water tower for a cozy public viewing. Of course, the beer garden also caters for physical well-being. All preliminary round games at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., all Germany games and finals will be shown here – if the mood is right, further broadcasts will be announced on the website.
Public viewing with a large LED screen in the Soda Club Berlin
In the Soda Beach Garden, in the middle of the Kulturbrauerei in Prenzlauer Berg, we will hopefully soon celebrate European championship victories. The Soda Club Berlin has the perfect open-air spot here to follow all the games on an XXL screen. Entry to the German games costs 5 euros, and those who want to watch other games pay 3 euros. Drinks and tasty bites are provided.
Drink a beer in the Café am Neuen See
The Café am Neuen See may no longer be an insider tip – but it is still a good one. Take a tour of the zoo and then sit down in the beer garden. In the evening you can make yourself comfortable here between trees and fairy lights.
Delicious drinks, German cuisine and dance evenings in the Clärchens Ballhaus
The Clärchens is a real institution in Berlin for all – regardless of age. In July 2020, Clärchens Ballhaus reopened with a new owner and new chef. There are currently no dance evenings where swing, tango and salsa are danced, but you can eat really delicious here in the large hall below as well as in the front garden and backyard. The menu includes German classics such as black pudding, Königsberger Klopse and Maultaschen, as a drink we recommend the ” Berlin Mule” with grain from the Berlin arsonists , Mampe and Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger . Very cool!