Neues Ufer Berlin – Gay bar and cafe in Schöneberg
Neues Ufer Berlin is a bar for gays and friends in the gay district Schöneberg. There are many pictures from the time when David Bowie lived next door. The interior is the same as it was then.
1977, the “Andere Ufer” was the first openly gay restaurant and bar in Germany, possibly even across Europe. After the temporary closure in 1998, the bar returned to the gay scene as “Neues Ufer” and since then it is one of the most traditional cafes in Berlin.
The café was home to the international pilgrimage scene because of David Bowie and Iggy Pop. David Bowie was a regular guest in the “Andere Ufer” and took his breakfast here.
U7 Kleistpark 160 m
S1 S1 Julius-Leber-Brücke 370 m
S1 S1 Yorckstr. S1 U7 630 m