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.

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Laily’s Berlin: Three Days Of Nelly

20.08.2015

Once again I was able to share my bliss­ful stay with another vis­it­ing friend. She’s a German-bred woman, but had not yet given her taste-buds a bite of this city… not to men­tion the heav­enly Prin­zessinnengarten pizza we rewar­ded ourselves with when our insanely busy week­end came to an end. I’ve real­ized this trip has taught me a lot about myself;
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Club Doors: Day & Night 2015

29.07.2015 · 13 comments

Over four years ago, Mar­cus released a post on Find­ing­Ber­lin about how the Ber­liner club doors looked by day­light. The post became one of our biggest at the time, and people star­ted play­ing the game of “guess the door”. What it became to me, though: a list of clubs that were slowly disappearing. Now, in 2015, not only
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Laily’s Berlin: Steak Night Show Recap

20.07.2015

STEAK NIGHT SHOW was put on by none other than Medi­asteak (we can see how the theme ties in eh?), an online blog ded­ic­ated to show­cas­ing their per­sonal col­lec­tion of not­able doc­u­ment­ar­ies and short films. It is a bril­liant way to expose your­self to a world of film that isn’t so often publicized. The night took place
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FindingBerlin at Blogfabrik

01.07.2015

I’m not going to lie: I’ve been run­ning Find­ing­Ber­lin mostly from my bed in the past five years. Every import­ant phone call, every e-mail, and close to every blog post: yup, from my bed. But I have to grow up now if I want to be taken ser­i­ously. I can’t dodge the bul­let of pro­fes­sion­al­ism any­more, espe­cially now that
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Abandoned: Elisabeth Sanatorium

29.06.2015

Nobody likes winter. Not in Ber­lin, any­way. Cold dark streets and tired with­drawn people exist in a dif­fer­ent city to the one so full of energy and spirit dur­ing these sum­mer months. When the sky finally clears and the sun shines you have to make the most of it. With this in mind, a sunny Sunday morn­ing
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The Bowl — Clean Eating & Raw Foods

19.06.2015 · One comment

Thank you, mother earth, for your gen­er­ous vari­ety of lovely veget­ables, seeds and fruits. I was addicted to bad carbs and blocks of bacon grease once, but now I know that I have sinned. I can’t par­ti­cip­ate in those nasty gang­bangs any­more. I say: enough with the burger-bukkake. I am not that kind of per­son now, I am new, I am real, I am
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11 Date Ideas for Berlin

18.05.2015 · One comment

Ger­mans don’t do dates. Either they magic­ally fall in love at school or their work­place, or — stand­ard pro­ced­ure - they get wasted, ran­domly hook up and simply end up stay­ing together for a long, long time. I like dat­ing cul­ture, though. Per­son­ally I think it’s one of the most excit­ing (read: cata­strophic) ways of get­ting to know someone. First of all, the
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Drinks and food at Beuster Bar

07.05.2015 · One comment

Usu­ally, I like to excuse my own lazi­ness with handy pro­verbs like “Good things take time” or “Rome wasn’t build in a day” and then just be fine with it. But every once in a while, I could kick my ass for being such an idle soul, as it was the case with Beuster Bar, a restaurant/cocktail heaven-hybrid loc­ated in
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Conscious Shopping at LOCAL Store

31.03.2015

For the last couple of years, concept stores have been pop­ping up like mush­rooms here in Ber­lin and while some of them are real nice, I feel like most of them are just the same “cur­ated” selec­tion of designer brands, super exclus­ive sneak­ers and cutesy little goods that no one (read: me) can afford. But every
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gogogi: Korean Food & Drinks

30.03.2015

There’s no short­age of qual­ity Korean res­taur­ants in Ber­lin any­more (thank God). Whether a hangover cure, quick snack or a big BBQ-playground, the sup­ply comes in all shapes and sizes. And since we’re the ambas­sad­ors of Korean food, it’s our duty to find every oppor­tun­ity to indulge. The latest addi­tion is a very sleek designed Korean res­taur­ant on

The Zoo-Aquarium Berlin

23.03.2015 · One comment

As you all have noticed, some­times I do things just so you don’t have to do them again. Like, eat greasy food in crappy places and hate myself after­wards (I do it for the Likes, not the lulz). And some­times I break into aban­doned places to show you how cool Ber­lin isn’t any­more. And some­times — very rarely — I also do

EAT: Healthy on Kottbusser Damm

12.03.2015 · 2 comments

Kottbusser Damm surely isn’t a treas­ure chest of healthy food options. There’s all sorts of Döner, Pizza and Kebap for an after hour of a wild night out, but noth­ing even remark­ably close to healthy and mod­est (unless you con­sider the over­crowded Sushi joint at May­bachufer or the vari­ous baker­ies as some­thing healthy). Except… there is a healthy option!

ARIRANG TWO

25.02.2015 · 2 comments

A couple of months ago a Korean food res­taur­ant opened up on Reichen­ber­ger Straße next to where I live. It looks like it’s been there since the 70’s or some­thing, a shabby, worn-out, com­pletely undec­or­ated place that smells and looks grimey as fuck. I don’t know how it can be legal (or some­how even pos­sible) to estab­lish a res­taur­ant like this.
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Neukölln’s World of Vintage

18.02.2015

Okay, I’ll admit it: I don’t really like shop­ping. No wait, let me cor­rect myself: I don’t like shop­ping in the real, non-online world. As a true mater­i­al­ist, I of course like hav­ing stuff, but the down­sides of phys­ic­ally buy­ing it are just fear indu­cing. Spend­ing hours run­ning through the city or — God help me — a shop­ping cen­ter, masses of people mov­ing