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Hamburg's highest Restaurant

Since October 2013, the restaurant clouds - Heaven's Bar & Kitchen is located on the 23rd floor of the Dancing Towers on the Reeperbahn and joins the ranks of Hamburg's gastronomic highlights. With dimmed lights, dark colors, comfortable leather-covered armchairs and an incomparable view over the Hanseatic city, you lose yourself for an evening in another world.
With classic drinks, fancy cocktails and exquisite wines for every taste without exception, the time out above the clouds begins. On the table are creative dishes to "sit in", versatile appetizers, the finest meat and fish dishes and last but not least "instagrammable" desserts with addictive potential.
Of course, vegans and vegetarians alike get their money's worth at clouds. The service team is always available to answer any questions you may have about intolerances and food allergies.


Please note that only card payments are possible.

clouds Restaurant with a view of low clouds

What awaits you
in clouds


The clouds kitchen team convinces its guests with dishes that are simply fun. clouds kitchen team gives the menu it's special style of technically sophisticated preparation and surprising flavor combinations, which picks up and delights guests with different expectations and demands in equal measure. Without a lot of frills. Simply delicious!

Fresh summer menu

A small, fine summer menu with light, fresh dishes is now available in the clouds restaurant. You can expect soft burrata with chanterelle cream, a wild herb foam soup or delicious chanterelle ritotto with braised figs and wild mushroom foam.

Take a look at the summer menu HERE.



The "Tanzende Türme" are being built at the interface between the city center and the historically grown suburb of St. Pauli. As the entrance to St. Pauli and Altona as well as to the harbor, they mark the gateway to Hamburg's world-famous Reeperbahn entertainment mile. [...] It marks the end of the extensive structural changes that have taken place in the neighborhood in recent years. The formal design of the pair of skyscrapers takes its attitude from the liveliness of its location. Seemingly dancing, they are a physical expression of the joy of movement and thus unfold their power as an identity-creating urban solitaire.