A PART OF BERLIN’S HISTORY

HABEL – what was, is and will remain good

Johann Georg HABEL, a trai­ned bre­wer, beca­me the king’s “cel­lar mas­ter”. Toge­ther with his bro­ther, on 8th June 1779 he foun­ded the HABEL Wine Hou­se at Unter den Lin­den 30. Thanks to HABEL’s excel­lent wines and hos­pi­ta­li­ty, it quick­ly beca­me “the tas­ting room of Prus­sia”, and in 1824 it obtai­ned the pre­di­ca­te of Roy­al Pur­veyor. The HABEL Wine Hou­se has lived through the power exchan­ge of kings and chan­cellors, the two World Wars and the divi­si­on of the city. After the wall fell, the for­mer HABEL in the Rosen­eck area moved back to the loca­ti­on of its for­mer foun­ding address to be known as HABEL at the Reichs­tag. With deli­cious wines and tas­ty food at fair pri­ces, we con­ti­nue our home-style tra­di­ti­on in the heart of Ber­lin.