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Below the Milonga guide is a guide to my other passion, food… And below that a short guide to museums and shopping. You might also want to read my irreverant review of Berlin milongas. On Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons when the weather is good, the spot for dancing is the free outdoor milonga at Monbijoux, next to the river with a gorgeous view of Museum Island.
A shoe with a fairly hard more plastic than rubber sole is perfect on this surface. This is a very, very special building and room. On Fridays the sweet milonga at Art. Berlin is also special for having milongas in sex clubs, monthly at the Insomnia, and less often at the KitKat Club bring your swimsuit…. This is an active experiment with making a milonga feel like a real party, with free drinks at , plenty of non-tango music intended for free dancing, all sorts of performances sometimes tango , an altertango room early in the evening, and more and more party atmo until everybody is very sleepy and the trains are running at Learn more in my interview with the organizers.
Their food is like California German Cuisine, meaning that they take German traditional dishes and make them lighter and healthier. If you fall in love with them, you can go fine dining in their restaurant. There is no sign from the street. Open Monday-Friday for chefmade breakfast and lunch. Use the free wifi from purple velvet benches or sit outside on a quiet street and dump your espresso over some good ice cream from next door. They actually have a small selection of very nice sandwiches and pastries as well.
Open every day until If what you found missing at Von Einfachen is a bigger selection of wine, stop in at the Weinhandlung at , for the wealth of Europe in bottles piled high. They do the Berlin thing, which is to serve sweet potato fries with the burger which is like, well, almost better than the burger.
You can sit in the restaurant for slow service, or stand in line at the walk-up for surprisingly fast service. If you want something edgy and noisy but tiny, turn right a few doors to Themeroc at , which has a surrealist poem I think instead of a menu. My friend Ulrich Kraus is an artist and chef. During his life he kept moving back and forth between working as a chef not time for art and being an artist no money for food. Then he brought his two vocations together by opening a gallery.