We are happy to announce the first “SAKE SAKE” event in Berlin on November 23rd - a collaboration between Richie Hawtin, ENTER.Sake and Fame restaurant bringing together Music, Sake, Food, & Technology in a unique one-night experience.

The event will take part in two phases; first starting at 8pm with a seated 5-course vegetarian menu paired with Sake from the ENTER.Sake collection. The menu, orchestrated by Thomas Frebel (head of R&D at Noma restaurant Copenhagen), will feature seasonal products matched to compliment and highlight the versatility of Japanese Sake using a wide variety of tastes and textures.

The second phase of the evening, continuing from 10pm until 4am, will move to the adjacent Kater Blau club where ENTER.Sake resident Hito, Fabio Florido and special guest Richie Hawtin will perform and continue the Sake experience with perfectly matched music.

Technology partner Doppler Labs will present a surprise gift for all of those attending the dinner, introducing everyone to their next generation in-ear audio environment system. 


To ensure that you are seated together with your friends, please purchase your groups tickets in one online order.

Due to limited capacity & seating, the dinner will take place in two rooms, with the second room consisting of two large communal tables. If you prefer to sit at your own table in the first room please book as early as possible. However, we reserve the right to seat later reservations at a shared table. 

The dinner is one-seating at 8pm only.

For further questions and/or press or related requests please contact Felicitas at fva@m-nus.com

Tickets are 90 Euro including food, sake pairing & club entry

+ 3.15 Euro ticket surcharge.

ENTER.Sake is a boutique Sake collection curated by musician and DJ Richie Hawtin, who has been pushing the frontiers of music, art and technology since the late-1980s.  Hawtin, a devoted sake connoisseur for over twenty years, holds both levels of the Advanced Sake Professional Certification and was appointed the title of Sake Samurai by the Japanese Sake Brewers Association in 2014 for his efforts in promoting Japanese Sake & culture abroad.