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Königshof, Munich

An old-school paradise of silver plates, heavy flatware and ladies who lunch. Located on the second floor of the hotel that gives it its name, with a...more

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Konnopke's Imbiss, Berlin

Imbiss is German for snack bar, and they're a vital part of the Berlin cityscape. Though these days many of them serve doner kebabs and gyros, a reflection of...more

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Lenbach, Munich

The building is the real story here: Originally a Jewish-owned department store, the space now inhabited by Lenbach was severely damaged on Kristallnacht in...more

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Lesage, Dresden

Located in a glass-walled Volkswagen factory, an architectural marvel in its own right, Lesage is anything but a work canteen. Surrounded by postmodern...more

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Little Otik, Berlin

Berlin meets Portland meets Brooklyn in this farm-to-table oasis in south Kreuzberg, itself home to thousands of expats. French- and Italian-accented takes on...more

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Lutter & Wegner, Berlin

There's a whiff of 19th-century Mitteleuropean splendor at this handsome and historic restaurant on Gendarmenmarkt. In business since 1811, Lutter & Wegner...more

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Markthalle, Berlin

The setting for the modern Berlin film classic Herr Lehmann, a nostalgic look at scruffy Kreuzberg in the 1980s, Markthalle has served as a prime...more

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Monsieur Vuong, Berlin

When worse comes to wurst and you decide you can't eat another Kartoffel (potato), head for the hugely popular and very trendy Monsieur Vuong. Try a big bowl of...more

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NIL, Hamburg

This fashionable bar and restaurant in the Schanze district—a subdued neighborhood that is nonetheless home to many of Hamburg's newer restaurants and...more

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Ottenthal, Berlin

The space is intimate, but the flavors here are big. Cooking for only a limited number of diners—and only in the evenings—allows chef Arthur...more

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