Even the owner of this original business, Muhammad Armih, does not step on his premises during business hours so that women feel comfortable while they talk or drink something around a hookah or hookah
A HOOKAH BAR IN BERLIN .- A bar for women only: the popular neighborhood of Kreuzberg, in the south of Berlin, has a smoking establishment in water pipes in which access to men is strictly prohibited.
Even the owner of this original business, Muhammad Armih, does not step on his premises during business hours so that women feel comfortable while talking or taking something around a hookah or hookah, a device used to smoke tobacco of different flavors. filtered by water.
“My three sisters gave me the idea, often complaining that the men were staring at them or trying to flirt with them and looking for a place where they could be comfortable,” he said.
“Nowadays, many people do not go to discotheques anymore to meet someone, but rather to bars where shisha is smoked.” Men often approach girls to talk to them even though they do not want to, “added Armih.
Hence, the restricted entry into your premises has been a success. Last weekend the local was about to hang the complete poster. “Many women book a week in advance,” adds Shanay, one of the waitresses who works there.
Women of all nationalities attend the “Lady Hookah” bar, explains its owner, and not only Muslim women who, being among other females, can remove the headscarf or veil that covers them. “There are also many Germans and many English,” explains Armih.
From the Hotel and Restaurant Association of Germany indicate that this type of business designed for a very specific public is a trend today. “More and more companies are focused on certain customers or launch an offer focused on a certain group or people of a certain age,” said the spokeswoman representing the sector, Stefanie Heckel.
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