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Went to Berns nightclub last night expecting to hear great music since my fav DJs were booked to spin. The door guys/security personnel were not pleasant at all and they were clearly not letting black men in, especially dark skin males. Was expecting a lot...More
Yesterday my friends and I went in this place.
At the beginning it seems so beautiful, s very good palace, good design.
But the music was so boring, at the first floor the dj was the only person in this room.
At the second floor...More
Yesterday I went to Berns because of the parties they are doing during the pride.
Me and my friend arrived to the entrance and first had to explain the guy why we were there and what we wanted to do there (dont really what he...More
The Asian restaurant at Berns is a wonderful place for a meal sharing small dishes. One favourite is the thai meatballs (in coconut sauce), another the sashimi variations. Excellent service with suggestions for combos. Don't order too much at once! Sometimes somewhat noisy from bar...More
I did not visit the disco - but a group of us ate there - it was about $100 a head (and we didn't drink much) and all the food pretty much tasted like soy sauce. This is a remarkable space, the playwright Strindberg is...More
Visited Berns as part of my company's Christmas do. The setting is absolutely stunning, with a massive chandelier-adorned, italianate ballroom, faithfully held in the original style of the pictoresque building. The logistics of accommodating the large crowd worked great, and food was delivered swift and...More
Berns is out.... half full on a Saturday with 220 sek in entrance. Bad security with with alquida bear....... trance music....and it's fuking cold inside. Keep away..... only + is the local interiør....
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