Bremen nightlife is a vibrant fun time. Old time rock ‘n rollers will particularly enjoy this city’s emphasis on the guitar over electronic beats at many of the clubs here.
Litfass (Osterstorsteinweg 22)
Litfass is a popular Bremen bar that’s famous for having the longest bar in the city. Come and see for yourself whether it’s true! ;-)
Litfass is a trendy, chic club that specializes in alternative rock music and hip crowds. Check out the long menu of drinks and cocktails. This bar also serves light breakfast and coffee if you stick around til after-hours.
Oldies But Goodies Beat Club (Rembertiring 7/9)
A picture of Elvis Presley may greet you at this rock ‘n roll bar, as well as other musical notables of the rock era. The Oldies But Goodies Beat Club is decorated in a nostalgic American 1950s style, with the back end of a Cadillac as a star exhibit.
Irish Pub in Schnoor (Stavendamm 18, Schnoor district)
Every town must have its Irish bar, and this one is Bremen’s. Come here for some good beer (Guinness, hmmmmmm!), and some lovely vistas of the river. It’s located just in the town center at the Weser promenade (Stavendamm 18), making it a great spot for tourists.
Bremen Night Clubs
Aladdin (Hannoversche Straße 11)
This Bremen night club features a bar as well as two rooms for dancing. The bar is decorated with rock ‘n roll memorabilia. You’ll hear some hard rock tunes on the dance floor too, along with some techno. The Aladdin bar/club is a popular choice with both locals and tourists.
Woody’s (Rembertiring 19)
The Woody’s also showcases a lot of rock music. Its interior suggests a Goth-like leaning with its black walls and dark lighting. But despite its moody appearance, you’re sure to find plenty of fun at this club. The party really gets started here after 1 am.
Modernes (Neustadtswall 28)
The Modernes is a dance club and the Superman of Bremen nightlife. During the week, it lives a double life as a simple movie house. But on the weekend, the Clark Kent glasses come off, and the Modernes transforms into a dance hall, or a live music concert.
Entry prices change depending on whether there’s a live band or not. Or, if you’re lucky, you might catch one of the two monthly free performances.