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REFINERY COFFEE BAR

We were super excited to see the sign “Coming soon” as we walked along cute Albrechtstrasse in Mitte.  A great coffee bar super close to home? That’s what we have been dreaming of since we moved to this part of town.   There is something to be said for having a great coffee bar in close proximity. Don’t you agree?

BERLIN STREET FOOD VENDORS – TOP 5

Berlin Street Food. In the past couple of years Berlin has significantly upped its game. Street Food Thursday, Bite Club, Village Market/Neue Heimat, Burgers and Hip Hop . These are some of the more established and ongoing representatives of this yummy trend.  The city is also host to great traditional street food events. Try visiting the Thai

CAFE KRAFT – CORNER COFFEE BAR

Coffee is what we needed. It was a beautiful weekend. We came across this place when walking towards the Subway. Right after celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. By accident. Serendipitous. Lovely experiences often happen like that. Café Kraft is an adorable little corner coffee place in  Northern Prenzlauer Berg.

FATHER CARPENTER COFFEE BREWERS

The Third Wave Coffee scene in Berlin is leaving its infancy. The landscape is getting more and more competitive and interesting. Beautiful and soulful coffee bars open left and right. If you are going to open a new coffee shop it should be the way FATHER CARPENTER COFFEE BREWERS are doing it. Beautiful coffee, amazing setting and great service.

TURKISH MARKET, A MUST VISIT

Turkish Market. What a delight! Before we moved here we used to read about this place and imagine a huge market hall full of stalls. Well, it is not that. The Turkish market in Berlin is a street market. A nice one, by the way. Whether you live in Berlin and want to get some fresh produce and spices or if you are visiting the city, this is surely

Vietnamese Coffee – QUÀ PHÊ

Who said authentic Vietnamese coffee and food must be found at dodgy joints? Let’s be frank. That used to be the case. But not for a while in Berlin. Places like Quà Phê are bringing a cool vibe and variation to the already established Vietnamese food scene. True, places like Monsieur Vuong and District Môt have been around and
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