Malafritta

The frst to bring real, Neapolitan FRIED PIZZA to Berlin, Malafritta is the spot to go to if you want to try something unusual! A typical Pizza Fritta is kind of like a calzone, but with a different style of stuffing to what you might expect – and it’s both dangerously hot (!) and also super delicious! We asked owner Emmanuele Cirillo, who is also behind the fantastic Neapolitan pizza joint Malafemmena, a few more questions about it! Read more

Dandy Horse Berlin

Our favourite vintage clothing store, by far, is Dandy Horse Berlin! Located by Kreuzberg’s Görlitzer Park and just off Reichenberger Strasse, the quality of clothes on offer here are not only exceptional, but colourful, cool and fairly priced – especially considering that many of the pieces are by respected designers on in-demand brands! What’s perhaps the icing on the cake, is that it’s run by a super-friendly couple passionate about fashion and always willing to help suggest great pieces in a non-pushy way. Meet Maurizio Erriu & Laura Ter Meer in our interview below… Read more

Chupenga

Wanna know who offers our favourite burrito in Berlin (with an option to have rice & beans exchanged for a lighter quinoa & lentils)? It’s of course Chupenga who have two slick and speedy lunch restaurants based in the more touristic part of town, but don’t let that fool you, the food here is PACKED full of flavour and fresh ingredients, which explains why the restaurants are always packed too! We sent a few questions to owners Anna Vinarsky and Ferdinand von Kalm to learn how it all came to be, and why their fast Mexican food restaurants aren’t that Mexican at all…

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Nomad Barber

Complete with a full bar and speciality coffee, Nomad Barber is by far the coolest barbershop in town. Not just adding a hangout space to stand out, the team of skilled barbers here really know their stuff, and both the service and style of cut you’ll get is far from what you might find elsewhere in the city. Founded by Miguel Gutierrez and having first set up shop in London’s Shoreditch, what’s also fascinating is his background in travel and his popular barber-travel videography that has gained a loyal following online. We popped a few questions to Nomad Barber’s Ailish Trimble to find out more. Read more

Koko Schultz & Freunde

One of our favourite small shop discoveries in Kreuzberg is Koko Schultz & Freunde , because EVERYTHING there is upcycled, making for intrigue and curiosity, but unlike other objects the whole selection is done in a much more stylish way than what you might see mass-produced on the flea-markets! Wonderful olive oil can furniture, pretty tea-set cake tiers, cool crystal lightshades and unique suitcase coffeetables are just a few items sure to impress, so we really wanted to find out more from creative co-owner Petra Schultz…and who her Freunde are too! Read more

Fenster Coffee

We simply adore Fenster Coffee over in the Wrangelkiez of Kreuzberg! Besides their aesthetic, simplistic approach to interior design, their passion for getting the best from every roast they buy is evident just from watching the way they brilliantly work your coffee, whether a flat white or filter coffee – the care & attention they give to each cup is higher than a lot of other speciality coffeeshops in Berlin, and always tastes AMAZING too! We spoke to very coffee-experienced Dutch co-owner Jasper Springeling about the way his coffeeshop works and how it came to be…

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Berliner Sommer

Popping into a Späti on a boiling hot day to spot a refreshing apple & vodka drink called Berliner Sommer was a moment we’ll never forget. The branding was cool, the idea was great…but trying it for the first time was truly INCREDIBLE! We ended up buying another after the first sip! Testing out their hot version too, Berliner Winter (which is equally as delicious) we knew we had to meet creator Benjamin Fischer and having gotten to know him better, we decided to interview him too! Read more

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