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Connecting Dots in Neukölln

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Dots Café wasn’t really hard to find. You can easily identify the place by the dots on the walls… dots that I thought were put there because of the café’s name. “Actually, we kept this old graffiti while we were renovating the whole space, that’s why we called it Dots. But, unfortunately, the building administrator wants … Read moreConnecting Dots in Neukölln

Au Revoir and Arigatō – the Tokyo-Paris connection from Two and Two

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Yesterday I dropped by at Two and Two, a very charming café in Pannierstrasse, owned by French-Japanese duo Tose and Eri. Tose, who greeted me for the interview, right away explained to me the origin of the name: “Two and Two is because we are two and from two different countries. I am half French … Read moreAu Revoir and Arigatō – the Tokyo-Paris connection from Two and Two

From Italy with Love – Barettino Coffee and Pistols

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As I have been writing about the cafes and stores in Neukölln, more and more I realize that this Kiez is probably one of the most multi-kulti places in Berlin. A good example of what I am talking about is Barettino Café. Owned by Italian native Maria Olivieri and German born Djamila Imberi, this duo … Read moreFrom Italy with Love – Barettino Coffee and Pistols

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