With cobbled streets, old-timey lanterns and even an octagonal pissoir, this charismatic 19th-century square looks virtually unchanged a...
A big portrait of Harry Johnson, whose 1882 bartenders’ manual is still the profession’s ‘bible’, keeps an eye on imbibers at this...
A mellow 1950s lounge vibe and an inspired menu of Indochine home-cooking divided into ‘regular’ and ‘vegetarian’ choices are the main...
One of Berlin’s most charismatic neighbourhoods, the Bergmannkiez in western Kreuzberg, named for its main shopping strip, the Bergmannstrasse, is chock-a-block with people-watching cafes, bars and indie shops. It culminates in Marheinekeplatz, a square punctuated by a renovated 19th-century gourmet market hall . Above it all ‘soars’ the Kreuzberg hill, Berlin’s highest natural elevation.