“PASTIS”: Back to the roots of French cuisine

After mon­ths of hea­vy reno­va­tions, a small French revo­lu­ti­on is hap­pe­ning in Wed­ding: A new restau­rant has arri­ved, and its name, PASTIS, is not the only thing that refers to the art of living on Fran­ce. “We want to go back to

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Nussbreite – the new ‘living room bar’ in Wedding

In the last mon­ths, several new bars such as FLOP or Fre­de­ricks have con­tri­bu­t­ed to the cul­tu­ral pro­gram­me in the Afri­can quar­ter. In Octo­ber, a new bar, ‘Nuss­brei­te’ has ope­ned its doors at See­stra­ße 106. The for­mer Kore­an restau­rant ARIRANG has been

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Family Centre Osloer Straße: colourful and lively from the start

What is a fami­ly cent­re? Doro­thee Fischer can’t ans­wer this ques­ti­on com­ple­te­ly eit­her. Gene­ral­ly spea­king, a fami­ly cent­re is a spot for fami­lies offe­ring coun­sel­ling, acti­vi­ties and cour­ses. Each fami­ly cent­re, fun­ded by the Ber­lin Sena­te, is very indi­vi­du­al, though. Doro­thee Fischer

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“Stranero”: Wedding tastes like Italy

Men, sta­ring into an oven – or, more pre­cise­ly, at a piz­za. It’s a spe­cial moment, though: The first piz­za pro­du­ced by ‘Stra­ne­ro’. Ale­jan­dro Pérez from Vene­zue­la and Miguel Per­ra from Ita­ly have been working tog­e­ther for years as piz­za bakers and

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“Na servas!” Strudel Dreams in Sprengelkiez

If they want an Apfel­schor­le, they order an “Apfel­saft gspritzt” (“spray­ed apple juice”) – Ber­li­ners are often con­fu­sed by Aus­tri­ans. In one regard, they speak the same lan­guage, though: Whenever it rela­tes to food. Aus­tri­an food tas­tes like ski holi­days, cosi­ness… and

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FLOP bar turns one year – the usual and the unusual

One can’t ima­gi­ne the Afri­can quar­ter – which isn’t necessa­ri­ly known for its night­li­fe – without its FLOP bar. Bakri, the owner of FLOP, opens the place every day and at most nights offers music, con­certs, film scree­nings or some other type

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Planespotting at Tegel Airport

Peop­le tend to tell me that living in the realm of Tegel Air­port comes with qui­te some noi­se on my sun­ny bal­co­ny. Inde­ed the­re are fre­quent inter­rup­ti­ons of the vil­la­gey silence. I call them sub­woo­fers. Others call them planes. It was time

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