Food & Drink

3 best German foods made with beer

It’s no secret that Germans have a passion for beer. It is, after all, the country’s number one beverage. To give you an example, there’s even a specific German word to describe that well-deserved beer after a day’s work: Feierabendbier! So if you’re walking around or taking public transportation in Berlin after

Discovering tomorrow’s food trends today with METRO at CHEFDAYS

Berlin has been renowned for the variety and avant-garde character of its food scene. Just think of the third wave coffee and vegan options that can be found in the German capital. And it keeps growing  every year. So what better place to begin our discovery of the latest food trends than a culinary arts fair with masterclasses led by starred

Biking and walking routes: explore the beauty of Dahlem

Dahlem has always been one of Berlin’s most exclusive districts. Berliners like to say that Dahlem’s population doubles during the day thanks to the flow of students to the main campus of the Frei Universität, the Free University of Berlin. A house in Dahlem Located in the somehow underrated southwestern section of Berlin, this former

Berlin’s best 3 snacks to enjoy with a beer

Summer and beer are two of those inseparable duos, like Bonnie and Clyde or Snoopy and Charlie Brown. This summer in Berlin has been exceptionally hot, so there is no excuse not to grab a beer  as you stroll around the city. And most importantly: drinking alcohol on the streets is not illegal in Germany, so there is no reason to hide your bottle

Berlin above 30 degrees: How to stay cool

This current summer has made even the biggest sandal hater start wearing open-toe footwear! It has been exceptionally hot and, besides that sweat trickling down our spine (icks!), all we want is to make the most of it!  However, when the temperatures skyrocket in Berlin, the heat becomes unbearable, and, unfortunately, just a few places are

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
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