The Roadrunners Rock & Motor Club opened its doors in 2005 in Saarbrücker Straße in Berlin-Mitte, replacing a brewery, and since has offered the Berlin party scene a taste of America. Fittingly located right next to a motorcycle repair shop, the gritty and unpolished atmosphere is enhanced by all the Americana knickknacks decorating the joint, dim lighting, leather sofas and intimate stage for all of those rocking live shows. The crowd here is covered in tattoos, the mood is total Rock’n’Roll shabby-chick, and the stage offers live performances of Rock music and tribute nights to all the greats (Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash, to name a few). All of the events are announced on their Facebook, so be sure to check it out. The club strongly boasts a zero tolerance policy for bullying, racism, sexism, and homophobia. Here at The Roadrunner’s Paradise, simply good music and good people come together, creating an unforgettable night.