May 11, 2018
Berlin’s Kim Bar is tiny and faintly unprepossessing but it’s an undeniably atmospheric space, the kind of bar where people come to sip a drink while listening to an eclectic soundtrack of often live music. It’s a low-key, almost minimal kind of space, with blocky, cubist furniture, a bit of blonde wood and neon to break things up visually, and an appealingly chilled out vibe. The drinks list isn’t huge they serve a few classic cocktails, a Whisky Sour, a Moscow Mule. and a decent array of spirits. It’s the music people come here for though. The programming is thoughtful and often unusual, a mixture of live acts featuring every month or so and DJ sets, introducing the crowd to new sounds. The bar is big on character, and is often full, attracting a loyal local crowd who like their music. Entrance is always free, and the line-up changes regularly so check their Facebook page for further details.