bar noir at TORTUE Hotel Bar in the evening, café during the day - Hamburg flair around the clock

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© TORTUE Hamburg
© TORTUE Hamburg
© TORTUE Hamburg
© TORTUE Hamburg
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© TORTUE Hamburg
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© TORTUE Hamburg

Bar or café? Hamburg makes no difference at bar noir. At 12 o'clock in the morning, it opens the doors and closes only when the last guest has enjoyed his night. In between, you can find space to celebrate, enjoy and relax.

Hamburg flair around the clock

Bar or café? Fortunately, Hamburg makes no difference at bar noir. When it opens its doors at noon, it's the ideal meeting place for lunch or a relaxing coffee. It only closes when the last guest has enjoyed his night to the fullest. Because in the evening, bar noir transforms into a place for unforgettable evenings that turn into exciting nights. The cocktails are legendary! Here, liquid art is conjured directly into the glass.

The bar noir - a versatile place

Before nightfall, the bar noir is not only a bar, but also a café. Here you can enjoy exquisite specialties, such as the grilled lobster or the classic French croque-monsier, an extraordinary and definitely delicious break from stressful everyday life. 

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