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
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
At the height of the Cold War, KaDeWe, Berlin's largest and most lavish department store, played the role of never-never land for the whole Eastern Bloc,...more
Sitting a few miles west of town overlooking the Elbe River traffic—including the occasional horizon-blocking cruise ship—Jacob's is a...more
A glassed-in sliver of a dining room on the InterContinental's 14th floor, Hugo's looks out over some dramatic architecture—including the Brandenburg Gate...more
Hartmann's is a semiformal spot just below street level. The restaurant is a few discreet rooms lit by candlelight, where starched linens and heavy silver are...more
An institution in this now-gentrified East Berlin neighborhood of art galleries, parks, and smart boutiques, Gugelhof can attribute its fame to one fateful day...more
This luxe steakhouse in the trendy Mitte neighborhood, has none of the smoky patina and careworn charm of West Berlin restaurants, or the hyper-modern, chilly...more
The Goldener Hahn ("golden rooster") is a prime example of the Kreuzberg's recent transformation into Berlin's hippest shabby-chic neighborhood. Goldener...more
Housed in the luxe Regent hotel, Fischers Fritz is a redoubt of old-fashioned plush, wood paneling, and hushed voices. Christian Lohse's cooking, which...more
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