NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
We recommend our new THE WASH BAR at Brunnenstraße 163.A little away from the hustle and bustle of Rosenthaler Platz you will find THE WASH BAR. The black disco ball glitters above the entrance door and invites you to drink at the bar, which is almost ten meters long. When the guest enters the room of the drinking establishment, which appears minimalist from the outside, next to colorful lights, wild photographs with partly prominent motifs, gigantic glass balloons can be discovered in the light of the bar. The bartender's homemade drinks as well as contemporary classics are mixed on the counter, which was designed by Berlin Grafitti artists. The offer in THE WASH BAR consists of a small "collection" of cocktails, with aromas reinterpreted by homemade ultrasonic infusions, prepared liqueurs and syrups, as well as classic drinks. The only thing that is searched for in vain in this bar - but rarely missed - is the Boston shaker, because the drinks are mostly stirred or made. The motto is "Easy Drinking" with complex but also simple tastes.
THE WASH BAR
The Sharlie Cheen Bar
"...the trick to avoid hangovers is to stay drunk..."
Dear friends of a good drinking culture,
Where people with good taste meet in the heat of the night, the Rosenthaler Platz, we cherish the memory of a fictitious playboy, Sharlie Cheen, wo lived sometime in the year 1915, somewhere in Europe. The diary of this man, who was devoted to alcohol, serves as bar menu for anyone who decided to spend their evening with us.
The ingredients are homemade, the spirits are of high quality, shakers fly over the bar, spoons seem to stir automatically and dozens of bottles are emptied every day. Our team is young and passionately works on the intoxication of our guests.
"... shaking for money, making people happy and looking better than at the fashion week (not the one in Berlin) ..."
We are looking for employees for BAR and SERVICE with immediate effect. There should be something nice about the team here: It's kind of breathtaking. The working environment is young, brutally good-looking, nice and familiar. The tasks range from shaking for money to making people happy and looking better than at the fashion week (not the one in Berlin). If you want to do everything wrong, send your CV with a photo of whatever via our application form:
and waits for an answer worth reading with an invitation to a personal candlelight kebab.