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Böhmische Strasse 34 · interesting places nearby
An artist squat before the Wall came down, Raskolnikoff now brims with grown-up artsy-bohemian flair, especially in the sweet little garden at the back, complete with bizarre water feature. The seasonally calibrated menu showcases the fruits of regional terroir in globally inspired dishes, and the beer is brewed locally. Breakfast is served until 2pm, with an excellent brunch (€14.90) on Sundays.
Upstairs are seven handsomely done-up rooms (single/double €47/64) and one studio with kitchenette (€57/74).