When Carl Bolle founded his Berlin dairy – a milk retail business – in 1879, the German Empire was being governed by Bismarck. Horse-drawn carts were seen clattering through metropolises and the people of Berlin were just discovering their love of roller-skating. While Peter Tchaikovsky was finishing his great Opera, Eugene Onegin, in Russia, the experimental avant-gardist German painter Paul Klee was being born in the Swiss canton of Ticino.
Experimentation is also the hallmark of our art – the art of cooking. In contrast to our modern and internationally focused culinary repertoire, Bolle’s Chefs provide a highly traditional, grand setting for your event: the Bolle Festsäle in the Berlin district of Moabit. The Festsäle, or ballrooms, were inaugurated in 1893 by the last German empress, Augusta Victoria.
Join your guests in Berlin and experience the delightful charm and perfect service offered by this unique urban event location.