The Weinerei goes underground (literally)


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Why did the author feel the need to state where people originated from in the article? "Liverpudlian, Aussie" - anyone who doesn't pay their way can originate from anywhere. the values of Perlin originate from socialism but this article screams Tory

Charlotte more than 1 year ago


yeah im taking my girlfriend there for her birthday, cheap as chips!!!

reuben dav more than 8 years ago


i hear that rudeboy, i ended up spending all my money on brass after that!!!

bob more than 8 years ago

sluts with nuts

I like sluts with nuts!

Robert Shutler more than 8 years ago


I'm still hanging from the 5 bottles I had last night there for only 2 euro! The place is a bargain!

Rory Dyer more than 8 years ago

Don't believe the hype

These guys have made Lord knows how much cash from tourists with their 'faux socialism' model over the years. I think they've got a gall to complain. I like the places referred to but the wine has always been a bit crap and the poor payers have doubtless been compensated by the better payers. If it wasn't making so much cash it wouldn't have lasted so long, right? I have also heard at least two stories about punters being chased downm the road by staff who don't think they paid enough (in both cases they left more than enough + tip). If they're genuinely concerned about ruining the atmosphere, why would they open three similar bars in one tiny area? Surely that's irresponsible consumerism in itself. In short: there are nicer bars with better wines to go to.

Honey Knees more than 9 years ago

Berlin in flux

The fact that Weinerei has had to rethink its model is as much about human nature as it is about a city that's changing at warp speed.
What's happening here is an example of what's happening all over Berlin - and in so many capital cities. How do we share what's extraordinary about a place while we preserve its essence?

Layne more than 9 years ago

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