Rosi’s provides a club experience that can only be described as uniquely Berlin.
Formerly an industrial complex, the space is now an edgy venue whose freewheeling party atmosphere attracts an alternative crowd.
This booming setting, with its open piping in the ceiling and gray, graffiti-covered cement walls, gives new meaning to the phrase “rough around the edges,” but the patrons don’t seem to mind as they groove to the pulsating beats cranked out by DJs or live bands on two different dance floors.
Rosi’s also provides two rooms off to the side with pool and ping-pong tables and plenty of inviting sofas where patrons can settle in to enjoy the music, and an outdoor courtyard for mingling, snacking, and taking a breather.
The club has even created a beach in the middle of the courtyard – there’s no water, but during the summer, crowds take to the lounge chairs on the sand with beverages in hand.
To top off the evening, guests can stop by the grill for some tasty, inexpensive food cooked up by Rosi’s eccentric and well-loved grill man.