Geist Im Glas / Berlin

Lenaustr. 27 Kottbusser Damm Berlin 12047
+49 176 86302464
Opening Hours
Sun 10:00 - 00:20
Mon, Tue, Wed 19:00 - 00:20
Thu, Fri 19:00 - 00:30
Sat 10:00 - 00:30

By day Geist is a warm, cozy place to have brunch with friends, feed your brain online, get some work done over a beer or write a new chapter in your novel. By night it's a sexy place to sip good whiskey, drink creative cocktails, try our new Geist flavours, have a laugh and maybe even get kissed.

from official Facebook page
# 443 of 3067 Restaurants in Berlin
trending 1918 votes
Tips from the Net @ Geist im Glas
Lin Tsoy en
Nice atmosphere and music. But the lightning is too dark, I think. When you don’t see menu and what you’re eating, it’s not pretty comfortable. Food was very tasty, especially banana pancakes! Delicious! Very friendly service. It s a little sad , that there aren’t coffee at the menu. They have coffee warmer but it didn’t work that moment. GooglePlace - December 2017
Ann Marcus en
Fantastic bar.. great atmosphere. Infused vodkas were delicious. Personable staff, good crowd, no cigarette smoke in main bar area! Highly recommend GooglePlace - November 2017
Ilenia Russo en
Nice brunch menu and great drinks. It seems very expensive for what it is though. Staff are nice and friendly. I ordered sweet pancakes and couldn't finish them cause they were indeed too sweet! I'll try a savoury dish next time. GooglePlace - September 2017
Rochelle Haubrich en
Food was great. Nice presentation. I had the chicken waffles and it came with a really great fresh salsa that really added to the flavor. My husband had the sweet and salty which I had a bite of and was really impressed with. Service was great. The vibe of the restaurant is pretty chill and relaxed. Small menu, but makes it easy to pick! GooglePlace - August 2017
Tristan Lim en
Lots of hype around this restaurant but I was disappointed. Here's a couple of reasons why: 1) Waited for half and hour to order and another hour for the food. 2) I had the waffle chicken which tasted fine but not worth the price point. 3) Perhaps the MOST important point. I caught a glimpse of the 'chef' and the kitchen. It was pleasant to see that he scooped the salsa with his bare hands... and then proceeded to squeeze the juices out before carefully plating it. I was quite disgusted by that. I highly encourage the management to improve both service and hygiene here. With such competitive price points for Berlin, I think it's vital that the management reinvests it back into the restaurant. There's a lot of potential and I would love it to see it running at its best. GooglePlace - August 2017