Nightlife Hamburg: young, dynamic and transgressive, the Hanseatic city has a lot to offer in terms of nightlife. From the wild nightlife on the famous Reeperbahn , to the jazz clubs and historic venues that hosted the legendary Beatles, here's where to spend your nights in Hamburg!
Hamburg is a very lively port city that offers a varied nightlife . Whether day or night, whatever your concept of fun, this city always manages to offer you the right alternative. Young, lively and multicultural, Hamburg is a city suitable for all ages and budgets, with numerous evenings with free or cheap admission.
The hub of Hamburg's nightlife is the St. Pauli district , where you will find the famous Reeperbahn street , a nearly one kilometer long street full of bars, night clubs, theaters and burlesque shows. This is the area of the red light district of Hamburg , concentrated around the Herbertstrasse (which can only be accessed by adult men) which attracts tourists and onlookers at any time of day and night, attracted by the atmosphere of transgression that reigns. in this place and from the wide choice of entertainment for all tastes.
Along the Reeperbahn you will find the best clubs and pubs in Hamburg where you can party and dance every night until dawn, as well as numerous restaurants, theaters and strip bars: this is the beating heart of Hamburg's nightlife , where people and alcohol flow to rivers. For an alternative evening, we recommend the various theaters and jazz clubs. Hamburg's music scene is top notch: it is no coincidence that this city hosted the Beatles when they were still a group of young rookies!
The side street Große Freiheit (which in German means "great freedom") is a real "road of transgression", characterized by the presence of numerous night clubs, striptease and other entertainment for adults. This street has become famous for having hosted the Beatles during their debut (iron shapes were erected in their memory in the adjacent Beatles Platz) and for the film “Große Freiheit N.7” by director Hans Albers.
Also in the surrounding area, visit Hans-Albers-Platz , a square full of bars where you can drink beer and listen to good live music, and Hamburger Berg , a favorite meeting place for students and a place for university parties and 60s-style bars.
Located in the west of Hamburg, Altona is instead a residential and commercial district with a quiet nightlife : here you will find mainly theaters, cinemas and relaxing lounge bars. Here you can breathe a creative and multicultural atmosphere, especially in the Sternschanze , a great place for a nighttime snack.
Here is located the historic Altes Mädchen (Lagerstraße 28b, Hamburg), which produces craft beers: excellent the possibility of choosing a tasting of 5 beers, whose characteristics will be presented to you by the waiters themselves.
Erika's Eck (Sternstraße 98, Hamburg) is instead a typical restaurant open every night (from 17.00 to 12.00 the following day) which offers abundant meat dishes, including Schnitzel (the classic cutlet) in an extra-large format !
The St. Georg district, located near the central station ( Hauptbahnhof ) and the shores of the Alster lake, offers a quieter and more romantic nightlife, thanks to a great variety of exclusive bars and restaurants.
The unmissable appointment in the morning, after an evening of revelry, is at the Fischmarkt (Hamburg's fish market), a place where young people come after the disco to eat the traditional sandwich with fischfrikadelle (fish cutlet), all accompanied by inevitable beer. Even if it gets very cold during the winter, this is an experience you must try if you want to experience Hamburg's nightlife like the locals do.
Clubs and discos in Hamburg
Grosse Freiheit 36
(Große Freiheit 36, Hamburg) One of Hamburg's most popular and now world-renowned clubs, Grosse Freiheit 36 has been regarded as a real institution for the city's nightlife for over four decades, thanks to to his modern live concerts (even the Beatles performed in this venue).
The Grosse Freiheit 36 is actually divided into three locations: in the main hall large concerts and parties take place, in the Kaiserkeller , on the lower floor, small bands play or music of various kinds is played, ranging from dance to rock , up to metal and gothic sounds. La Galerie 36 , on the other hand, caters to lovers of Latin and reggae music who come to dance every Friday and Saturday night.
(Spielbudenpl. 27, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 22.00 to 4.00.
Known for its great cocktails, Angie's Nightclub offers live music ranging from swing to jazz to funk and dance music. The place is mainly frequented by people over 30 years old.
(Spielbudenpl. 19, Hamburg) The Docks is one of the most famous nightclubs in Hamburg : inaugurated at the beginning of the twentieth century, this club was initially a cinema, before being transformed into the current concert hall, capable of hosting more than 1500 people. Some of the biggest musical groups have performed on its stage, such as the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Black Sabbath.
Every Friday and Saturday evening the Docks turns into a disco, with Trance, Techno, House and R'n'B music, and is frequented mainly by young people and university students, who go wild on the spacious dance floor.
H1 Club & Lounge
(Conventstraße 8-10, Hamburg) Open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11.00pm to 6.00am.
Elegance, good music and beautiful girls: the H1 Club & Lounge is the ideal place to dance the night away to the rhythm of house and electronic music.
(Nobistor 14, Hamburg) Open every day from 20.00 to 6.00.
One of the most popular clubs in Hamburg's nightlife and located in the St. Pauli district, the Molotow offers rock music concerts during the week and disco parties at the weekend, while downstairs, the Meanie Bar pumps chillout music. recommended, especially for the very cheap prices (entry 3 euros and drinks 3 euros!).
(Stresemannstraße 114, Hamburg) Open Monday to Saturday from 20.00 to 4.00, Sunday from 20.00 to 24.00.
Originally a lost property office, the Fundbureau has established itself as one of the busiest underground clubs in Hamburg for 17 years. The vaulted ceiling, narrow corridors and graffiti create a truly underground atmosphere. The Fundbureau mainly offers electronic music and hosts popular DJs of the moment, or live concerts. Occasionally the club organizes a themed evening called Datschaparty , with Russian beer, vodka and local products.
(Große Freiheit 58, Hamburg) Between red walls and tall stucco columns, the Gruenspan is a historic club in Hamburg , open since 1968. The club offers alternative rock and metal music, but also hip-hop, soul, reggae and commercial. Recommended for its rock parties and legendary concerts.
(Max-Brauer-Allee 279, Hamburg) Open Wednesday and Thursday from 20.00 to 2.00, Friday and Saturday from 19.00 to 3.00.
Located in the heart of the Schanzenvierte district and renowned for its bohemian atmosphere, Bar Rossi offers a mix of ambient techno and drum'n'bass music, while a bevy of beautiful girls comfortably sip their cocktails under the soft light before throwing themselves on the dance floor.
Blankenese Kiez Internat
(Große Freiheit 10, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 23.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 0.00 to 12.00.
nightlife seriously , and this is demonstrated by the quality, profusion and variety of its nightclubs. The Blankenese Kiez Internat , known as BKI , is a nightclub not far from the Reeperbahn and famous for wild parties. The dancefloor is always crowded and offers music from different musical genres, especially techno music.
(Alter Steinweg 10, Hamburg) Another legendary venue on Hamburg's music scene, the Cotton Club is the city's oldest and most respected jazz club and has just turned 50 years old. As such, its regular program boasts a jam-packed showcase of some of the best exponents of trad, ragtime and Dixieland jazz, from all over the world. Music usually starts around 8.30pm, with national and international artists. The club has a cozy intimate atmosphere and an antique style that will fascinate not only jazz lovers. This legendary Hamburg jazz house is a great place to enjoy an after-dinner drink and listen to some good live music. Among the German musicians who play here regularly are Syncopators Louisiana, Schnelsen Stompers, Hot Shots, Boogie Connection and many others whose names are very familiar to anyone interested in Hamburg's jazz music scene .
(Kastanienallee 20, Hamburg) Prinzenbar is a nightclub with electronic and rock music, great concerts and a very busy dance floor. The club is worth a visit for its Art Nouveau décor, with stucco ornaments and chandeliers hanging from the high vaulted ceiling. Since the entrance fee is usually modest, you can come and see some still unknown young musicians, without damaging your wallet.
(Gärtnerstraße 122, Hamburg) Open Thursday to Saturday from 7.30pm to 1.30am.
Birdland offers jazz music of all styles, from swing to modern jazz. As befits a real jazz club, Birdland is housed in a cellar, in this case a veritable labyrinth of small rooms. Birdland sets the standard for the Northern German jazz scene. Local groups and musicians are the cornerstone of the club's program, which in any case does not disdain to look towards America and Europe. Every Thursday evening the club organizes the jam session.
(Otto-Wels-Straße 2, Hamburg) Open daily from 19.00 to 24.00.
Located in a beautiful country house of the Landhaus Walter , in a large park, the Bluesclub hosts blues musicians from all over the world in a large room with a vaulted ceiling. Hungry guests can dine in the lounge or in the beer garden. Every Sunday there is brunch accompanied by good music. On Thursday, however, it is always a disco.
(Barnerstraße 36, Hamburg) Located in a renovated factory building in Altona, the Fabrik is one of the most popular spots in Hamburg's nightlife . Although it also hosts pop and rock bands, most of the concerts are jazz or world music. Saturday night is dedicated to dance music. This incredible cultural center of Hamburg was once a machine factory. Today, the floors, the galleries and the architecture with its steel beams give this place a unique atmosphere, aesthetically and acoustically. The Fabrik's program includes high quality concerts ranging from punk, rock, to Latin and commercial music.
Music Club Live (Fruchtallee 36, Hamburg)
Open Thursday to Saturday from 18.00 to 2.00.
Located in one of the most popular neighborhoods adjacent to the city center, the Live Music Club it's an intimate venue with live music almost every day of the week. The club organizes a series of themed nights, with musicians from genres such as rock, folk, country, blues and jazz. Occasionally hip-hop jams and comedy shows complete the program. Especially popular are the "Open Jam Sessions" And "A Cappella Nights", with free admission.
Uebel und Gefährlich
(Feldstraße 66, Hamburg) The imposing Nazi surface bunker on Feldstrasse was for many years a dirty little dark stone block on the outskirts of Heiligengeistfeld. With the opening of the Uebel & Gefährlich on the fourth floor, the place has become one of the hotspots of Hamburg's nightlife . On its terrace you can enjoy an excellent view of the city.
(Große Freiheit 64, Hamburg) Right here the Beatles played their first concert outside Liverpool and lived near this club in August 1960. At the entrance of the Indra Club , a plaque commemorates the historic event.
Club Du Nord
(Dorotheenstraße 33, Hamburg) Open Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11pm to 6am.
Located in a residential neighborhood, Club Du Nord is a hip place with a large main dance floor featuring House, dance, R'n'B and hip-hop music. All around there are numerous seating in the shape of cabins, ideal for seclusion. On Wednesday there is the “Black Night” .
(Max-Brauer-Allee 200, Hamburg) Astra-Stube is a small Hamburg disco bar with Indie-rock music, located under the elevated subway, in a location that gives it an underground charm. Here are organized evenings with regular DJs and small live concerts. Inside the seat is small and there are only a handful of seats.
(Reeperbahn 136, Hamburg) Elegant and trendy disco pub, always well attended and with good music.
(Hans-Albers-Platz 20, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 7.00.
The interior is a mixture of American souvenirs, including Western memorabilia, Longhorns, old advertisements and above all Mr. Ed, the talking horse. Live music starts at 9pm and covers all genres, focusing mainly on country and rock music.
(Ecke, Neuer Pferdemarkt, Hamburg) Open Tuesday to Saturday from 20.00 to 2.00.
Mandalay is a small bar and club with popular music and popular with young people. If at the weekend people come here to dance to the notes of electronic and house music, during the week you can sink into one of the comfortable leather chairs, listen to swing music and sip a cocktail. Mandalay is not easy to spot: there is no big sign with the club name outside, you have to look for the house number and the bell on the right instead.
(Öjendorfer Weg 30, Hamburg) The Bambi Galore (not to be confused with the Bambi bar in St. Pauli) is one of the clubs that have shaped the nightlife of East Hamburg over the past 30 years. There is at least one concert here every week, usually with several bands on the same night. Musically, the place is very leaning towards metal music and all its sub-genres, but fans of medieval rock will also be satisfied.
(Reeperbahn 25, Hamburg) Open Tuesday to Sunday.
The Baalsaal Club is one of the busiest nightclubs on the Reeperbahn . Here the music is dominated by House and techno sounds, but also ranges over all genres of electronic music. Recommended after 1.00.
(Max-Brauer-Allee 227, Hamburg) Bar 227 is a live music venue located on the Sternbrücke. Behind the stage stands a giant portrait of Jimi Hendrix, although this does not indicate the musical orientation of the bar. From time to time, of course, rock bands take turns on stage, but jazz still remains the dominant sound, with its more modern varieties, mostly played by the best local artists.
(Friedrichstraße 7A, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 22.00 to 4.00.
Located a stone's throw from Hans-Albers-Platz, Buddy's is probably one of the most versatile clubs in Hamburg, with disco music, 70s and 80s classics, House and electronic music: there really is something for everyone . Admission is free.
(Schnackenburgallee 202, Hamburg) Open Friday to Saturday from 10.00 to 18.00.
Located in an old factory, the Edelfettwerk is a reference point for Hamburg's nightlife , with its 6,000 square meters, two dance floors, and two smaller rooms ("Grüne Lounge" and "Orange Lounge" ) where to drink a drink in a welcoming environment. Music is mostly electronic in nature. The tower of the building is also interesting from which, thanks to the glass facade, you can enjoy an impressive view of the surroundings.
The party boat - Ms Hedi
(St. Pauli-Landungsbrücken Brücke 10, Hamburg) Open Wednesday and Thursday from 19.00 to 22.00, Friday from 19.00 to 24.00, Saturday from 17.00 to 1.00.
Boat tour that offers every evening with a cultural program or a party on board. On Tuesdays and Thursdays there is live music with musical bands, while the other nights there are DJs. The boat docks every hour, so you can get on and off at regular intervals. The boat can accommodate up to 100 guests at the same time, who can dance, listen to music or enjoy the beautiful harbor view. Tickets usually cost around 6 or 10 euros.
Freundlich + Kompetent (Hamburger Str. 13, Hamburg)
Open every day from 17.00 to 3.00.
This club offers a live music or DJ program every day. The stage and the console are empty only on Sundays, when they turn on the television to watch the latest episode of "Tatort".
(Neuer Pferdemarkt 36, Hamburg) Open Wednesdays from 20.00 to 5.00, from Thursday to Saturday from 23.00 to 5.00, Sunday from 2.00 to 3.00.
The Grüner Jäger organizes concerts by pop and rock groups. Here too, every Sunday evening the television is tuned for the latest episode of “Tatort”.
(Große Elbstraße 276, Hamburg) Open Monday from 20.30 to 24.00, Tuesday to Friday from 18.00 to 24.00, Saturdays from 19.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Located near the Elbe River, Hafenbahnhof is not only a beautiful place but also offers a very varied and alternative music program: on Mondays there is live jazz jazz, while on weekends different DJs play soul music, indie sounds and years '60.
(Große Elbstraße 84, Hamburg) Formerly a recording studio, during the 1990s the Hafenklang became an indispensable music club for those looking for something more substantial or unusual. During the weekend, breakbeat music and other sounds, while during the week there are live concerts of different genres.
(Große Freiheit 6, Hamburg) Thanks to its affordable admission prices, Halo Clubbing is very popular with students and young people. Here you party like crazy: with internationally renowned DJs playing House, R'n'B and electronic music, the nightclub attracts party-goers four times a week for unbridled dancing. Particularly popular every Friday is the “Uniscene Experience” , aimed mainly, but not exclusively, at university students. The party goes on until dawn with "After Hours".
(Große Elbstraße 276, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 22.00 to 7.00.
Rock'n'Roll is at home in Hamburger Berg and Headcrash entertains its audience with boisterous evenings of punk and hip hop, mash-ups and dance music classics. There are live concerts here at least once a month.
(Industriestraße 125-131, Hamburg) Honigfabrik is a social and cultural center located in Wilhelmsburg : evenings with DJs, live concerts, theater performances, exhibitions, markets, children's programs, cultural festivals and much more.
Bergedorf Jazz Club
(Weidenbaumsweg 13-15, Hamburg) Located in the eastern part of Hamburg, this small but beautiful club has been a hotspot for jazz fans for many years. The Bergedorf Jazzclub offers live music on Fridays and Sundays. In summer, brunch is served in the courtyard every Sunday. A good alternative to the Cotton Club.
(Neuer Kamp 30, Hamburg) The Knust is a large nightclub that hosts medium-sized concerts, with a capacity of up to 600 people. In summer they also open the outdoor courtyard.
(Schulterblatt 73, Hamburg) Open Sunday to Wednesday from 17.00 to 1.00.
The Kulturhaus 73 offers a very lively musical and cultural program in its various rooms spread over several floors, consisting of concerts, dances, jam sessions, theatrical performances, film screenings, “Tatort” , table football tournaments and more. People also come here for breakfast or a snack.
(Grindelallee 5, Hamburg) Open daily from 20.00 to 24.00.
The Logo is one of the oldest concert halls in the city where rock music reigns supreme: it's hard to believe that legendary bands like Oasis, Rammstein, Kings of Convenience, Phoenix and The White Stripes have played here. However, in this Hamburg club, there is not only room for world-famous artists, it has also become an indispensable platform for young musicians from the region. For example, the preliminary rounds of the “Emergenza” take place right here.
(Klosterwall 11, Hamburg) The Markthalle has been established for 35 years as one of the reference venues in the Hamburg music scene. Not just for its central location and the international artists who have played here, such as AC / DC, The Police, Beastie Boys and The Clash. The great hall of the Markthalle with its rounded arched stage can hold more than 1000 people. With its unique amphitheater style, the concert hall offers superb views and exceptional sound.
(Reeperbahn 1, Hamburg) Club with hip hop and dancefloor jazz evenings. Frequented by people of various ages.
(Reeperbahn 136, Hamburg) Open Thursday to Saturday from 11pm to 7am.
Every Saturday clubbers make the pilgrimage to this dance venue, inspired by legendary New York clubs such as Roxy or Save The Robots . At the Moondoo there is always something for everyone. the djs play the latest hits of the chart in the upper area of the club, while the lower level surprises with darker music. The Moondoo is often overcrowded, a guarantee if you want to party!
Park Café Schöne Aussichten
(Gorch-Fock-Wall 4, Hamburg) Open Thursdays from 18.00 to 1.00.
An absolute classic in Hamburg's nightlife is the Park Café Schöne Aussichten . The beautiful log cabin located on the edge of the Planten un Blomen has a large garden with palm trees that is very inviting in the summer months. The best evenings are the "Uniscene Club" every Saturday and the "After Work Club" , where you can dance and meet new people every Thursday. There are also occasional live concerts, while on Sundays you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast or brunch.
(Achidi-John-Platz 1, Hamburg) 100 years ago, this was a concert hall and theater. After becoming a discount shop in the 1960s and subsequently occupied by squatters, the Rote Flora has established itself as an autonomous cultural center, where unconventional concerts and party nights are held.
(Stresemannstraße 163, Hamburg) Open Monday to Saturday from 10.00 to 18.00.
Housed within the building complex of the Neue Flora theater, the Stage Club offers evenings with rock, pop, soul, funk and jazz concerts. Occasionally the club organizes evenings with swing music, complete with a teacher who teaches you how to dance.
(Hannoversche Str. 85, Hamburg) Located at the old Harburg station, the Stellwerk Jazz Club offers jazz in all its modern forms, ranging from swing to free jazz to related genres such as funk and soul. Here you can also watch football matches shown live on the big screen.
(Stresemannstraße 112, Hamburg) Funk music reigns in this 70s-style club, located on the corner of Max-Brauer-Allee and Stresemannstrasse. Thursday and Saturday there are the evenings "Bus Stop Funk Jam" and "Electric Funk" . In addition, there are also regular live performances with bands and solo musicians. The Souledge can also be rented for parties and private events.
Terrace Hill Club
(Feldstraße 66, Hamburg) Located on the fifth floor of the Hochbunker on Feldstrasse, Terrace Hill is a trendy club that organizes live events and concerts. The club can accommodate up to 400 people and also has a small terrace (from which it takes its name), which offers a splendid view over the rooftops of Hamburg.
(Max-Brauer-Allee 204, Hamburg) Open Friday and Saturday from 23.00 to 9.00.
Together with the Fundbureau and the Astra Stube, the Waagenbau is one of the hottest clubs in the Sternbrücke district. The various events regularly attract fans of hip hop, soul, reggae, electronic music or techno, with parties running into the morning. Check out the club's website to see what's on each night. The rattle of the suburban train that passes regularly over the vaults of the Waagenbau is part of the club experience!
(Johannes-Brahms-Platz, Hamburg) Easily recognizable by its beautiful neo-Baroque facade, the Laeiszhalle is one of Germany's most fascinating concert halls. Built in the early 1900s, this venue is home to the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the State Opera, who organize a famous series of philharmonic concerts here every year. Laeiszhalle is home to the Hamburg Music Festival , and has also hosted a large number of great musicians, including Bob Marley and Queen.
(Kirchenallee 39, Hamburg) The Deutsches Schauspielhaus is a theater located in the St Georg district, with a capacity of 1192 seats, making it officially the largest theater in Germany. Fortunately, quality comes in proportion to size, with a highly sought after program of events and shows.
Bars and pubs in Hamburg
(St. Pauli Hafenstraße 140, Hamburg) Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 10.00 to 22.00.
The Amphore is a nice nearby bar and cafe located near the port, from which you can enjoy a great view of the Elbe. This is the ideal place to sit back and relax with a cocktail after a hard day exploring Hamburg.
(Rautenbergstrasse 6-8, Hamburg) Open Sunday to Thursday from 16.00 to 1.00, Friday and Saturday from 16.00 to 3.00.
Practically next to the Reeperbahn, Bar Hamburg is one of the chicest bars in northern Germany. This is also the favorite meeting place of international stars when visiting Hamburg, from Claudia Schiffer to Robert de Niro. The bar serves a variety of over 90 cocktails, so you can relax on the comfortable sofas and watch the scene before going wild on the dance floor where the DJs play the House music of the moment. This elegant lounge bar is divided into three different spaces on two levels, as well as a summer club, the A.Mora , from which you can admire the romantic sunset of Hamburg.
Bar M & V
(Lange Reihe 22, Hamburg) Open every day from 17.00 to 2.00.
Bar M & V is a recently restored old Sankt Georg bar. Let yourself be fascinated by the sumptuous wooden interior furnishings and the drinks menu, presented as a refined catalog.
(Große Rainstraße 21, Hamburg) Open Monday to Saturday from 9.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 10.00 to 20.00.
This lounge bar is mostly frequented by students and business associates who gather here to chat.
(Friedensallee 2-4, Hamburg) Open Monday to Saturday from 16.00 to 6.00, Sunday from 16.00 to 24.00.
Familien -Eck is a small but classic Hamburg pub located in the Altona district. The place is friendly and very easy going, ideal for a quick drink, a chat and on to the next bar!
(Rathausstraße 3, Hamburg) Open Monday to Saturday from 17.00 to 3.00, Sunday from 17.00 to 1.00.
Le Lion is one of the most exclusive and classy bars in Hamburg serving great cocktails. A special feature of the place is the door bell located inside the head of a lion. Book if you want to be sure to get a seat.
(Seewartenstraße 9, Hamburg) Open daily from 18.00 to 2.00.
Elegant bar frequented by a mature clientele and located on the 14th floor of the Hotel Hafen, with an unbeatable view of the port of Hamburg.
(Willy-Brandt-Straße 47, Hamburg) Open Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 24.00, Saturdays from 17.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 15.00 to 22.00.
Gröninger Privatbrauerei is an artisanal brewery, which has been in operation since 1750. This no-frills brewpub attracts a diverse clientele, made up of local youngsters, old fishermen and beer connoisseurs from all over the world. The place truly offers beers of all kinds. To try.
(Barmbeker Str. 2, Hamburg) Open Monday to Friday from 12.00 to 15.00 and from 17.30 to 24.00, Saturday and Sunday from 17.30 to 24.00.
At White Lounge everything takes on a white color: from the lighting to the drinks and food, everything here is colorless, leaving you and your friends to paint the night however you like. The restaurant section offers fresh sushi and tapas, while in the other spaces you can relax with a drink and admire the view of the Osterbek canal.
(Ferdinandstraße 12, Hamburg) The Cascadas is a bar in the center of Hamburg that offers live music every night, ranging from Soul to Jazz, to Latin music and Blues. This bar mainly offers cold drinks and small snacks, and is always free!
(Allende-Platz 1, Hamburg) Open from Sunday to Tuesday from 9.00 to 1.00, from Wednesday to Saturday from 9.00 to 3.00.
Since 2004, the Pony Bar has been a popular meeting place for Hamburg students. In the evening there is funk, soul, dub, electronic music and jazz. Here, too, on Sundays you watch “Tatort” .