What: Three-story nightclub and live music venue with one of Europe's best sound systems, in an abandoned Mitte electricity station.
The look: Raw—walls sprout old wires and pipes. A dramatic roof terrace opens in warmer months.
Who goes: Berlin's twenty- to thirtysomething scenesters, connected travelers, the local gay crowd.
Sound track: International DJs and live acts on Fridays; techno and house on Saturdays.
What to drink: Water.
Door policy: Medium to difficult—bouncers decide if you're cool enough not to pay the $13 door charge. Doesn't get going until after 2 a.m..