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This stylish cafe inside the Berlinische Galerie art museum serves German and Middle Eastern dishes as well as coffee and cake.
Alte Jakobstrasse 124-128 · interesting places nearby
Berlinische Galerie information
This gallery in a converted glass warehouse is a superb spot for taking stock of what Berlin’s art scene has been up to since 1870. Temporary exhibits occupy the ground floor from where two floating stairways lead upstairs to selections from the permanent collection which is especially strong when it comes to Dada, New Objectivity, Eastern Europe avant-garde, and art created during the Cold War.
Jüdisches Museum ticket holders qualify for reduced admission on the same day and the following two days, and vice versa.