Opened in 1988, KulturCafe Berlin brings a bit of Germany to Sucre. The cafe / restaurant / bar offers a good place to hang out any time of the day, either inside or in the open air courtyard.
KulturCafe is a German cafe located two blocks from Plaza 25 de Mayo, on Avaroa between Grau and Calvo. The entrance is quite discrete, marked by a small sign above the door.
Drinks are cheap at KulturCafe, with cocktails costing around 15Bs and wine costing 12Bs. There are a range of German beers (Erdinger, etc), which are a bit more expensive at around 35Bs. You will also find other German favorites, such as Gluwein (aka German mulled wine) on the menu. KulturCafe does a happy hour every night from 9.30-10.30pm. For 20Bs, you get 2 for 1 on chuflays, cuba libres, vodka, fernet and coke, red wine, and the cocktail of the week.
The food on offer is a mix of Latin American, European and German cuisine. Mains cost around B$29-35. You can view KulturCafe’s menu online. Breakfast is served from 8-11am.
KulturCafe Berlin has theme nights most nights of the week. Currently these are:
- Dessert Night – 3 cakes and a coffee / tea for 20Bs (Mondays from 5pm)
- Movie and Snacks Night (Tuesday from 6pm)
- Salsa Night, with a free lesson and 2 Mojitos for 20Bs (Wednesdays from 7pm-9.30pm)
- Pasta Night – all you can eat for 30Bs. Wine for 10Bs (Thursdays from 7pm)
- Folkloric Night (Fridays from 8pm)
KulturCafe has a range of German-language newspapers and magazines. There is also a book exchange, costing 5Bs per exchange.
KulturCafe Berlin has a hostel attached, called KulturBerlin Hostel.