The slogan says it all home that stands on the site of the Paper & Tea. “Life is short, drink a cup of tea”. And the intentions are no less, if P & T, is defined as “supplier of fine and rare teas, sophisticated and passionate tea drinkers”.
But those of P & T do not just want to sell, but also educate the taste of tea. And it is for this reason that in the room, just opened in Berlin, not only buys tea, but you learn to know and to appreciate it. Over 70 different species of tea, coming from all over the world, are presenting in glass containers, and next to it there is a sheet of notebook paper that shows quality and preparation methods. Continue reading “A tea in Berlin in the new Paper & Tea”
One of the most underrated experiences in Berlin, is the unique Weinerei’s. The idea behind the “wine bar” is that each guest will pay what they think is appropriate when leaving the place.
Prior to the payment is an evening of ad libitum wine, which usually can choose between up to 20 different bottles. In advance, or if space permits, serves a rustic meal, prepared with seasonal ingredients and paid on the same principle as the wine. Continue reading “Take Weinerei in Berlin”
Manuela, our friend lover of Christmas markets, there was also happened in winter, but undoubtedly it is the summer, when you can sip a cool beer in the shade of chestnut trees, sitting in one of the 5,000 seats of its beer garden, that Augustiner-Keller from the best.
It is obvious that both the Augustiner-Keller serve beer, all types of beer, but only products from Augustiner-Brau, the oldest brewery still operating in Monaco of Bavaria. Founded in 1328 by Augustinian monks, the Augustiner is part of the magnificent group of 6, which can boast of being the official Brewers of Oktoberfest. Continue reading “Beer in Monaco of Bavaria, the Augustiner-Keller”
Prenzlauer Berg is now one of the most alive, interesting, culturally vibrant of Greater Berlin, the one born after the reunification of the two ermanie. Young couples, intellectuals, and the trend, have chosen to live there, and also from the tourist point of view, the neighborhood, not without its appeal, as the residential center of Wohnstadt Carl Legien (protected by UNESCO), the Planetarium “Carl Zeiss”, or Mauerpark, a large green area, built where once was the former Berlin Wall. So, a visit to visit, to walk in walk, can be useful to write down some addresses, please tell those of Bang Bang Berlin.
Cafe Morgenrot: Not happen every day to get in a cafe that promises a political and cultural debate on the facts of today, along with a trade fair trade coffee. But the Cafe Morgenrot collectives left undertake to promote equality and dialogue beyond divisions. But it is not only challenging speeches, but also ethical menu, coming right up to the vegans. From Friday to Sunday buffet that customers can pay from 5 to 9 euros depending on how much they can afford, as if to say, accessible to all. Continue reading “Three bars to enjoy the Prenzlauer Berg in Berlin”
3 Sisters in the sense of nuns, is a local young enough that is emerging in the Berlin scene.
Not only a restaurant where you can taste the best dishes of German tradition, with menus that change twice a year to follow the seasonal cycles, and with the idea of promoting the local ingredients, but also an environment that somehow, with the furniture, the long wooden bar and high ceilings, refer to the premises of the southeastern United States. All this topped off with special events and rock & roll played live. Continue reading “Rock & Roll and traditional German cuisine, from 3 Sisters in Berlin”