Good drinks and an unmistakable concept characterize the Cocktailbar Chambre Basse on the Schulterblatt. Bar visitors drink their way through the history of human and civil rights.
The owners of the Chambre Basse have come up with a special concept for their bar in the basement rooms of the Haus 73. The cocktails in the menu are not marked with their classic names, but with important dates in the history of human rights. By the way: Chambre Basse is French and stands for the second chamber of the parliament, which represents the people's representation elected by the citizens. In the Chambre Basse they offer History lessons of a pleasant kind.
The Chambre Bass premises are very familiar to those who are familiar with regional nightlife. For a long time the "Kleine Donner" was located there; a popular meeting point for all hip hop fans. Today, behind the cellar doors, a 13-metre-long bar, rustic wooden tables and white orchids await visitors to the cocktail bar in dim light.