Time Out says
Fans of gin, look no further than Logenhaus. In a historic villa in the Nordend district bursting with vintage furnishings and accessories, this bar boasts 80 gin varieties. The smartly dressed staff match the stylish interior—with mostly living room-style sofa and armchair seating—and classic cocktails and the resident mixologist’s monthly changing creations round out the menu. Try the Last Word, an infusion of gin, chartreuse verte, maraschino and lime. This spicy drink was first concocted during the prohibition period in the U.S., but forgotten for decades until Logenhaus brought it back to the German drinker’s palate. The bar’s accompanying Night Saloon (a smoking lounge) connects to a winding terrace area with English tea house-style tables and chairs. Interesting fact: The villa—which is surprisingly unremarkable on the outside—is also a Freemason lodge.
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