La Cave is a wine bar in Prenzlauer Berg that focusses on small wine producers from around the world. A passion project of Michael Rowe, it’s a million miles away (although only a few streets away) from his other venture: Badfish. Badfish, for those who don’t know, is a raucous, always-buzzing Irish pub that’s probably … Read more 200 Worldly Wines to Try at P-Berg’s La Cave
“Buona sera!” she says as we walk into the place, and grabs my hand. Now, I don’t know her. Until that point I thought Buona Sera was that guy from Arrested Development, and there I am, shaking her hand as she pulls me into her restaurant. Does she know I’m there to review it and … Read more Facciola: Come for the Food and Wine, Stay for Aurora and Brando
First of May was a small glimpse into what summer will offer us (kids take your sunblock with you, I totally underestimated German sun last Sunday!), and for those who enjoy a sunny afternoon with an Apéritif in hands, newly open JAJA Berlin is a good choice. Founded by French-German crowd Julia and Etienne, the … Read more Back to the roots with natural wine at JAJA Berlin
Ultimate foodie-fête Berlin Food Week, held from September 28th to October 4th and centered in Mitte’s Kraftwerk, is a time for all-things-caloric—for food both local and international; for culinary pursuits based in quality and class and artistry; for conversations both pretentious and real-to-the-rib-bone about how to make eating in this city great (and above all–different). September 28th’s opening networking party, Food Night, … Read more Berlin Food Week 2015: Who Knew Cabbage Could Be Sexy?