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La Lucha is the best spot to start your night out in Kreuzberg if you’ve got a group in tow. The Mexican spot delivers loud Latin music, a colorful interior, and strong drinks. The dishes, like tacos and quesadillas, are good for sharing and we love the big stone bowl with house-made corn chips and fresh guacamole. Once you’ve had a few margaritas, micheladas, and mezcal flights, there are plenty of bars nearby whether you want to dance (SO36, Filmkunstbar) or drink cocktails (Truffle Pig, Geist im Glas, Das Hotel, Bürkner Eck, Fahimi Bar).

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