Mitte

Mr. Susan – Best cocktail bar in Berlin Mitte

We have been dying to tell you about our new favorite bar and a serious contender for best cocktail bar in Berlin. We LOVE when amazing and competent people decide to do awesome things. It is even more exciting when it involves high quality drinks, beautiful design, competent/friendly service, a great location and atmosphere. The Mr. Susan dream

Clärchens Ballhaus – a lively Berlin Mitte institution

A true survivor. Few places in Berlin have endured so many historical events during the 20th century as Clärchens Ballhaus: two World Wars, the division of the city, the fall of the Wall and the following gentrification of Mitte (neighborhood). This Berliner institution, currently a dance hall/restaurant/biergarten combo, is certainly a must-go

Berlin neighborhood guide – Brunnenstrasse

Brunnenstrasse can be considered the b-side of Torstrasse and, together with this main boulevard, is one of the coolest areas in Mitte. The 2.3 Km long road begins at Rosenthaler Platz and ends at the S- and U-Bahn station Gesundbrunnen, from where the street got its name. We love it so much that we decided it was time for a comprehensive

Night Kitchen Berlin – Contemporary Dining Bar

You know by now that we LOVE an atmospheric Berliner courtyard. And as much as we love Heckmannhöfe in Mitte, we always wondered why it did not offer better entertainment and food options. Well…that has just changed with the arrival of Night Kitchen Berlin, a new “eat and hang” hot spot. Photo from Night Kitchen Berlin’s

Restaurants and bars around Potsdamer Platz

Everyone I know has a bit of a problem when it comes to finding good places to eat and drink around Berlin’s most iconic places. Partly because the assumption is: if it is a place where tourists go, the food and drink options must be generic and have no soul. Well, I am taking up the challenge and proposing that you can find great places for

Paul Möhring – Next level soft serve ice cream

We have always been fans of soft serve ice cream.  “Soft serve” is a type of ice cream that is softer than regular ice creams as a result of air being introduced during freezing. It has been sold commercially since the late 1930s. This peculiar type of ice cream is also part of life in Berlin and many East German cities. A concept
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