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Prenzlauer Berg
Live Music

90 Degrees (90 Grad)
Dennewitzstraße 37, 10783 Berlin - Schöneberg | Tel: 262 8984, Fax: no fax | U1 Kurfürstenstr.| Night bus N5, N52 | Cover: 15 Tue, 20 Fri & Sat | Doors open: Tue 21:00, Fri & Sat 23:00

The hangout for the Berliner glitterati: sports jackets and pomade for boys, Gucci miniskirts and mink for gals. Nikes not accepted. Shake your stuff to Top 40s-funk or house on the dance floor in the front room, or schmooz with attorneys and starlets in the smaller side lounge. But the back room of this place is the best part: a roomy tiki bar where you can sip a mai-tai under a bamboo roof. A fleet of taxis awaits you outside at dawn, or bring your chauffeur like the rest of the gang.

Piep Show
Kit Kat Club
Bessemerstr. 2, 12103 Berlin - Schöneberg | S-Bhf Papestr., S-Bhf Templehof | Time: Sunday 8am - 6pm | Admission: Yes it is quite an admission but it costs 15 to get in. | Dress code: erotic / half naked
There was a time when Sundays were treated as a day of rest, worship and quiet contemplation. The morning was set aside to take the dog for a walk, prepare the Sunday lunch, to put on your Sunday best and stroll down to the kirk for an hour of repentance or enlightenment. If its enlightenment you seek of a Sunday, then enlightenment you shall have, but don't expect any repentance. Piep Show is the continuation of Saturday night at the Kit-Kat and is a chance for the open-minded but closed orifaced to enjoy the much talked about atmosphere of this Berlin institution but with a more hands off approach. Clientele is a mixture of party-seekers who have been elsewhere the previous night and erotically clad Kit-Katters who've forgotten the way home. Door policy and dress code for guys is fairly strict so unprepared early morning arrivals sometimes find themselves stripped to the waist to compensate for the lack of an erotic outfit. Blotchy white skin is apparently preferable to tasteful modesty but that, I'm sure the organisers would say, is the whole point. In keeping with the whole spectacle is the music which is almost unbearably happy.. but who cares? The only ones with a bad word for the place are still at church.

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