"The Love of Cafes" Food and Drink Tip by grishaV1

Food and Drink, Berlin: 21 reviews and 16 photos

  in a cafe relaxing in late afternoon
by grishaV1
 
 

Many younger people have rather small flats and would rather meet or entertain friends at local cafes. There are too many to name, both with signs out from so you can find them and those that are "secret" with needing passwords or to enter with a local who knows where to go. Any neighborhood you go to there are small "weinstube" and such things, nearly every corner.

Very nice to sit and have a meal or just a beer and talk and laugh. This is the Schwarz Sauer cafe/bar just around the corner from Checkpoint Charlie Museum.

The website link below is to a travel guide which can provide information for hotels, cafes and such. I know a lot of people like to research online before visiting a place, but really for Berlin..you can look up place you might like to go for eating and drinking online to get a map to location or something. But really it´s best just to get out and walk a certain area wherever you are and if it looks good to you, prices meet your pocketbook, go inside and have a nice time. Ask a local or someone who visits frequently if you are looking for a specific type cafe or restaurant to get a real feel for a place because over internet one can´t always especially if you want to go where locals go.

Website: http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-191501744-berlin_vacations-i

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  • Updated Oct 8, 2004
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