Mindpirates is a cultural project that organizes unusual exhibitions and above all really stunning parties and concerts. It’s kind of exclusive, hidden in the backyard of Schlesische Strasse in Kreuzberg. The atmosphere reminds you of a very jolly funeral party of the eastern bunny. (Well at least so was the party the day before eastern- madness).
A super raw interior  of almost non renovated old mill creates even a better effect of surreality.
The craziness doesn’t  happen regularly, the best way to find out if there is some magic going on, is to visit their website.
Party entrance is around 10 euro, concerts 5, drinks are adequate to their quality (highly sophisticated). And of course, the most important matter- the people- normally very representative, you don’t have to cover your eyes, don’t try not to glance though either.

Normally there are two rooms- one with the bar and the dance floor and downstairs, in the murky basement you can sit and watch a movie, get a drink at the other bar and exchange your views on  existence of Pluto or simply stare at the other pretty people.

If you’re looking for a toilet- in winter it’s sad because they’re actually outside so you freeze a bit, but that  gives you  also the impression of being on the pirate ship during electro storm at naval battle against hipster pirates.

Sometimes there are brunches too and it gets very cute there. It’s stylish, tasty and charming.

All the pirates are hot.

Be a pirate.

Julia Duboski
Berlin should be my second name- i like my name too much, however,Berlin is the love of my life. If I leave it than only to have a love affair with another place, but I'll come back. From rock n roll dives to posh champagne bars , open airs, flea markets, bookstores, concept stores, caffes etc- i ve been (almost) everywhere. It's an electric city powered by thousands of different, creative people and it offers infinite cultural possibilities. If u won't fall in love in Berlin like i did, don't miss your chance for a fling at least..