Laggner Group inspires Berlin – Gastronomic flair with ingenious delight – The oyster bar “Austernbank”

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Austernbank in Berlin. © 2013, Muenzenberg Medien, photo: Stefan Pribnow

Berlin, Germany (Weltexpress). Expansion is the name of the game for Joe Laggner, an Austrian with an impressive vision for exquisite dining, elegance and graciousness.

To take you on a tour of Mr. Laggner’s world, you will have to visit one of many fine Laggner establishments in Berlin – your experience will be a memorable one and without a doubt, bring you back for more.

Impressive addresses are proof of old world tradition coupled with metropolitan flair – Lutter & Wegner Gendarmenmarkt, Newton Bar & Lounge Gendarmenmarkt, Josty Cafe & Bar on Potsdamer Platz, International Club in the Foreign Ministry, Kaisersaal – Die Salons on Potsdamer Platz – Sony Center, Cafe im Quatier 206 Friedrich Strasse, Fischerhütte am Schlachtensee, Das Beisl am Tacheles, Vienna Bar, Oscar & Co Potsdamer Platz, Gendarmerie – Austern Bank Stadtmitte, Cellini Cafe am Turm im Quatier 205, Augustiner am Gendarmenmarkt, Lutter & Wegner im International Club (ICB am Funkturm).

Additional project planning: Lutter & Wegner in the new airport BBI, plus Bürgerbahnhof am Kaiserbahnhof Potsdam.

Weltexpress’ feature on a Laggner Group establishment takes a closer look at the Gendarmerie – Berlin.

The Gendarmerie is located in the heart of Berlin – the historic Gendarmenmarkt.

Near the famous Unter den Linden, Friedrichstraße, opera houses and museum island, a stroll in Stadtmitte before dining in the Gendarmerie is highly recommended.

The Gendarmerie is an impressive metropolitan restaurant positioned in an old bank building – 400 square meters and eight meter high interior is described as the “Gastronomical Cathedral”.

Annabelle Selldorf, a New York star architect enhanced the colors and bog oak floors with special lighting elements and ceiling lights.

An impressive freestanding, seventeen-meter bar dominates the room alined with an inspirational wall sculpture – the wood sculpture is the world’s largest – 7 tons, 14,5 by 5 meter artwork, handcrafted by French-Cnadian, Jean-Yves Klein graces the wall.

The up-market kitchen’s accent is French, but seasonal specialties include U.S. Rib-Eye steaks, sea food and Berlin style cuisine.

The extra special something bar is one of Berlin’s finest – you name your favorite drink and it will be richly served.

The oyster bar – Austernbank, is situated in the old bank vaults. The vault restaurant features a smoker’s lounge with its own bar.

The Austernbank and bar-lounge is a Berlin insider-tip.

Joe Laggner and his team invite you to visit Gendarmerie – a delightful dining experience and Berlin landmark.

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