Iconic bar for Punk Rock, Psychobilly and Rockabilly enthusiasts. This place reminded me of a cross between CBGB's (NYC) and Al's Bar - R.I.P. - (Los Angeles) The staff are friendly and damn, I just realized that I have even played gigs on two occasions when I was in a band called 'Snap-Her'. If anyone reading this has a photos or video footage of Snap-Her on (or off) stage, would you please let me know. I played in bands for 18 years and have very little to show for it as far as documentation goes.
Wild at Heart was exactly what I was hoping for. A proper punk/dive bar. It delivered in spades. The decor was perfect, messy, dark, a little dank. The peeps were friendly in their own way. Took a little bit of time but eventually they seemed to warm to me. One huge biker dude took a shine to me and kept joking with me all night in broken English. At the end of his night (which was quite early) he swooped in and gave me a kiss on the cheek and wished me a lovely vacation.
The bathrooms were cleaner and nicer than the cobalt/funkys/astoria from my dives back home in Vancouver - seriously Vancouver, get your shit together - LITERALLY.
Drink prices seemed super reasonable to me. But really anywhere in Europe they seem reasonable to me. Bartender didn't really know how to make a whiskey sour and what I ended up drinking wasn't that fantastic, but I think that's my fault, what the hell was I doing ordering a whiskey sour at this place? Beer seems to be the best bet.
The place filled up quick and seemed very popular with the locals and tourists alike.
Great little rockabilly bar! Of all the bars I went to on a recent crawl of Kreuzberg, Wild At Heart was the one that I enjoyed the most. It's a little bit off the beaten track though, so you have to go a bit out of your way to find it.
Next door they also have a lovely little cafe, which is definitely worth checking out for breakfast.
Great Bar if you in to Punk and Psychobilly bands
beer is cheap and the bar staff are friendly to English speakers if they know you
Had a nice time, fantastic, keep on Rocking.......
A friendly place to drink and have fun. Speaking English was not a problem with the wait staff. I met a lot of locals and the prices were not expensive. The music was loud. I would have prefer it not as loud but I think most people did not mind it.
this bar is legendary kinda like the CB's of berlin! dark, dusky atmosphere with lotsa kitschy decorations and quirky touches. great intimate place to see a good punk, rockabilly, psychobilly or hardcore show you can even have an awesome veggie burger & cocktail beforehand at their other shop next door (the tiki heart). both places are an absolute must-see for tourists & locals alike go there!
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