Sunday, August 30, 2015

coffee&food&fun in Berlin

 I am having a serious post-holiday blues in New York now and keep looking back at the photos from summer. 
Before the vacation in Spain I also spent a week in Berlin with Liisa doing nothing but walking around, tasting coffee and eating. 

hanging out at Tempelhofer Park - formerly Tempelhof Airport (closed in 2008) now a public park.. felt so surreal 

 Tasting coffee at The Barn roasters, this place was probably the best out of all we tried

Our favourite morning coffee spot in Friedrichshain - Silo Coffee 

Found a random Japanese place in Neukölln that only sold either dumplings or black sesame/matcha ice cream. So good!

Amazing combination - tea and paperie. The most stylish tea shop I have ever seen for sure.

 Helmut Newton Foundation - must-visit, when in Berlin and when you're into photography. Amazing collection of Newton's original works and also many personal belongings like letters and clothings, behind-the-scenes videos and much more. 

Must say it wasn't easy to stumble upon good-looking and inviting restaurants, so most of the times we opted for cheap and delicious falafel platters or wraps. 

7 big falafel balls, hummus, salad and spices just for 4 euros, amazing.. 

Also paid a visit to the Estonian cafe in Berlin: Jää-äär

Klunkerkranich - very chill bar/cafe/outdoor cinema on the roof of some very random shopping mall. What a hidden gem!

My favourite club/bar we visited - Club Der Visionaere by the river with magical lighting and very good music

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