St. Pauli shares its space with the local older people’s home, and that’s not even the coolest thing about it. But finding a new way of bringing different generations together is certainly nothing but award-worthy.
St. Pauli is a Berlin-inspired beer garden in Grunerløkka, just around the corner from Liebling, serving up German specialities such as Fritz kola, Aperol spritz, dry Riesling and endless bottles of Astra. In other words, there’s no reason to go to thirsty in the summer heat! And if you feel like a snack on the side, why not try the miniature pretzels? Or perhaps do like me? And opt for the delicious pausenbrot with homemade hummus, perfect for an in between meals pick-me-up. And oh, don’t forget to try the homemade ice pops either!
The outdoor space in green and lush, with colourful garlands mixing it up a bit. Being an open air venue, St. Pauli might close on rainy days, so do check the weather forecast! But then again, who wants to drink beer in the rain anyways?