Aperitivo Berlino: A Guide to the Best Aperitif Bars in Berlin

The days are heating up again, the evenings are getting longer and the desire to share a fresh aperitif with friends makes many Berliners leave their homes. The streets are again filled with lively people, eager to keep abreast of the latest news from their friends, looking for the next delicious glass of Aperol Spritz. To give you some ideas on how to start the hot summer nights ahead, we would like to introduce you to some great aperitif bars in Berlin.

Frau Luna

The Frau Luna atmospheric aperitif bar is located directly on the Paul-Lincke-Ufer and inspires with its rustic charm and nostalgic interior. In addition to classic aperitif drinks like Aperol Spritz, Campari, Negroni and wine, they serve an East German touch of the classic aperitif: a slice of bread topped with delicious fresh ingredients – or as the owner Jonas likes to call them: Stulle . If you want to enjoy your aperitif here, you can end the evening with a nice walk along the Landwehrkanal.

Frau Luna, Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

photos: Frank R. Schröder


Bar Milano

Bar Milano is a real treasure among the bars of Berlin and probably the most famous aperitif bar in Mitte. It is located in Brunnenstraße near the Weinbergspark, where it opens its doors to Aperitivo fans every day from 6 p.m. Whether it’s a Venetian spritz or a classic Negroni, an evening at Bar Milano is always a pleasure.

Bar Milano, Brunnenstraße 11, 10119 Berlin-Mitte

photos: Frank R. Schröder



Fancy an authentic Italian aperitif? The MedEATerranean restaurant in Friedrichshain offers an Italian Spritz Aperitivo every day at happy hour from 12 to 5 pm! Enjoy an Aperol or Campari Spritz with two delicious Bruschetta for only € 5! Let’s go!

MedEATerranean, Gabriel-Max-Straße 19, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain

photos: Roger Sabaté



Want to go somewhere a little chic? AltoAdige in the beautiful city of Charlottenburg offers wines of all kinds in an elegant rustic ambience. The bar’s name means South Tyrol and it is exactly from this region that the bar delights us with its special selection of Italian wines. The aperitif time is from 3 to 8 p.m., where you can enjoy small bites at the buffet with the wine of your choice!

AltoAdige, Windscheidstraße 22, 10627 Berlin-Charlottenburg

photos: Roger Sabaté


The Premiata Ditta

Another classic among Aperitivo bars is the La Premiata Ditta wine bar in Mitte. The two owners Giovanni and Pino welcome you every day from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. to taste their own selection of Italian wines, cheeses and salamis. If you do not know them yet, you should soon plan a warm evening with them.

La Premiata Ditta, Weinbergsweg 4, 10119 Berlin-Mitte

photos: Roger Sabaté


Gallina Bar

The Vineria Gallina is a picturesque place in the Wrangelkiez, comfortable, warm and lively like Kreuzberg itself. Taste Italian antipasti, cheese and sausages from Veneto, Campania and Puglia. This is the place for a delicious aperitif after work with good music.

Vineria Gallina, Pücklerstraße 20, 10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg

photos: Roger Sabaté


Altes Europa

The atmospheric Altes Europa café-bar is located at the corner of the Gipspark and has delighted their customers for many years with its unique, rustic and romantic atmosphere. It is not really a dedicated aperitif bar, but it still made our list because of its unique charm. Whether for an aperitif or as a prelude to a long wild night, a visit to Altes Europa could turn into anything you want!

Altes Europa, Gipsstraße 11, 10119 Berlin-Mitte

photos: Roger Sabaté

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by Franziska
June 24, 2020
in Bars, Charlottenburg, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Mitte, Restaurants

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