KW Institute for Contemporary Art
In an old margarine factory, nonprofit KW helped chart the fate of the Scheunenviertel as Berlin’s original post-Wall art district. It...
Me Collectors Room
Created by private collector Thomas Olbricht, this modern space showcases not only his own art collection from the 16th century to...
A 1920s former Jewish Girls' School reopened in 2012 as a cultural and culinary centre in a sensitively restored New Objectivity...
Yesteryear is right now at this late, great 19th-century dance hall where groovers and grannies hoof it across the parquet without even...
In a quiet cul-de-sac, this is a popular breakfast joint (served until 4pm), especially with families who appreciate the playground just...
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Café Bravo information
Is it art? Is it a cafe? Answer: it’s both. This glass-and-chrome cube in the quiet and pretty courtyard of the KW Institute for Contemporary Art was dreamed up by US artist Dan Graham and is a suitably edgy refuelling stop on any Scheunenviertel saunter. The food quality is uneven, so stick with liquids.