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BERLIN INNER COURTYARDS

Walking through Berlin inner courtyards is definitely one of the coolest things you can do in this city. We usually tell our friends: if you come to Berlin and don’t explore the courtyards you probably missed a super important aspect of Berlin’s life. Berlin is one of those cities that has a lot going on along the streets and store

PATISSERIE – DU BOHNEUR

Du Bohneur is a beautiful Patisserie located on Brunnenstrasse, a super pleasant area near Arkonaplatz (on the edge of Mitte and Prenzlauerberg). When we first moved to Berlin we had read about this place on one of the cool Berlin blogs and as it was close to where we were initially living we decided to give it a go. Not only was it a great find,

BRYK COCKTAIL BAR

One of our closest friends in Berlin (and a cocktail aficionada) had raved about Bryk Cocktail Bar (quite a few times)… and the beer drinkers that we are…it took a while before we ended up here. Thank you, Anita (if you ever read this review)! For raving about it. We love it, too. This stylish and intimate (yet relatively spacious) bar is

CAFÉ NIESEN

We were somewhat aimlessly walking around Mauerpark when we came across this gem of a place. Café Niesen is a very atmospheric coffee shop located around the park area in the northernmost part of Prenzlauer Berg. A stones throw away from the border with the Wedding district. Just walk along where the Berlin Wall was and you will get to this

BONANZA COFFEE ROASTERS

BONANZA COFFEE ROASTERS is a super relaxed and friendly coffee place along the very cool Oderbergerstrasse in Prenzlauer Berg.  Bonanza has been consistently rated as one of the best coffee shops in Berlin and deservedly so. They stand for the so called “3rd Wave” coffee movement and were the first to stand behind it in Berlin.

LE CROCO BLEU BAR

Located in a quite glamorous ruin (Bötzow Brauerei – old brewery complex), Le Croco Bleu bar is the definition of chic cool. We always seem to end up here after we have dinner at La Soupe Populaire (located in the same building/ruin complex). http://lecrocobleu.com The idea for the name came from a quite interesting story. During the
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