There are some fantastic, wildly unusual and overwhelmingly creative spaces and places in Berlin. Whether it’s a restaurant or a secret hideout for a romantic picknick, we love strolling around our little Metropolis to find fresh places with an exciting story.
Patrick, of berlin-based photography blog Radiant Flux, has thought of a way to explore the city that would both expand his horizon and make for interesting photography. You can see all of his Hundekopf pictures on his blog. I invited Patrick to tell his approach to the project here and to share his perspective on Berlin in the future
In a wonderful twist of events, Pannierstraße has not succumbed to the rising number of thirsty people who want edgy bars lining their streets. Fortunately, instead Pannierstraße has been overthrown by an explosion of special delis, bistros and restaurants, of which most aren’t even open at night. A culinary diversity, especially down Ecke Sonnenallee,
Located in the barracks above Kaisers on Kotti, but one entrance further to the right, Fahimi Bar (which has only come to my attention a couple of months ago) has made a point in distinguishing itself from the other clubs/bars on Hochbahn level. Instead of going for the shabby chic of Berlin, Fahimi actually strives for something
Who ever plays games anymore? I mean real games, games with friends. All we ever do is hang around in bars and waste our braincells on loud music. Not that I’m complaining — I just know that I’ve been looking for alternatives beyond museums and movies and extreme sports that are exciting, can be done on a rainy day and don’t
Update 5. July 2014: The give-away has ended but Columbiabad is still open! :) Summer is finally over! Wow, what a drag those hot days were, right? … Right? Anyway, now that the rain season has returned I feel a lot better. This is my comfort zone, my extraordinarily trist and grey sky, the unforeseeable humidity that keeps fucking
– Cookies Club is closing down on the 19th July, but the #lastdance will be celebrated with all the supporters and friends of the past, resulting in a mega line up for a whole month! We paid the club a visit for a farewell dinner and a last look around. Plus: we’re giving away 2×2 guestlist spots for a rare Ben
Today is the kick off of the Football World Cup 2014 in Brazil. While the World Cup itself is currently subject to high controversy and I respect anybody who decides to boycott the games due to political reasons, it all comes down to a few exciting matches and hopefully a peaceful bond over an internationally popular sport (can
It’s another long weekend and the city is on fire, literally, what with the heatwave and the Karneval der Kulturen coming up! Before we ride into the sun on our sexy bikes, we have another wonderful burger recommendation (after dropping Piri’s via Instagram a week ago, but they also definitely deserve a whole blogpost on their sweet burgers)
Last Friday, the freshly opened YAAM was packed, sweaty and full of good vibes til the morning hours. If the legendary 2nd birthday of the amazing WEBOOGIE crew and the re-opening of YAAM was a taste for what’s to come this summer, we’re highly excited. There are no words to describe the feeling — from the first person
I’ve been living in Berlin for almost 7 years now and my parents have not once decided to visit me (they have actually physically been to Berlin, but never for the sole purpose of spending a holiday with me). They seem to like the comfort of their home too much to come around and spend a couple of
The YAAM Club has long been a lasting institution in Berlin. Most of you techno-tourist have only taken notice of the rave scene (with all its legends and myths), but this outdoor club and beach space right at the Spree has always been there to pick up those who couldn’t care less about 4 to the floor rave sentiments.
What if we were to concentrate on the now, rather than on the past or the future? The presence has become so volatile and hard to grasp, we can hardly follow a train of thought without being distracted, let alone concentrate on the moment when there’s an abundance of screens to look at. Life’s on fast