Totally unremarkable from street level, Tante Lisbeth makes you feel right at home with its familiar, vintage get-up. Inside is heavily doused with flohmarkt flotsam, yet as retro-kitsch bars are a dime a dozen in Berlin, that alone presents no overbearing reason to find this corner of Kreuzberg. That is until you discover the sensational bowling alley hidden below. It reeks of the seventies down there, to both good and bad effect. From the original Kegelbahn paraphernalia and cosy clubhouse vibe to the temperamental ball retriever and damp walls, this is the echt McCoy. Rentable by the hour for up to 20 people, you can bowl and booze to your heart’s content. It’s basically the teenage birthday you always wanted, only more sober.