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It took eight years for Berliners to get brunch right, and even then, they needed a little help from Israel.
The concept of a worldwide passport standard is relatively new, created in the aftermath of the First World War.
When the results came in on Election Night and the map filled with that awful, glaring red, my husband and I knew we’d been right not to move back.
Many of Berlin’s best new restaurants skew international, but the city’s home-grown delicacies still fuel most of the population: low-budget, tasty, snacks-as-meals that cost only a few Euros but keep you going for hours.
Berlin’s really glamming it up these days, but many still believe you haven’t really “done” the city unless you’ve come home with a camera full of #ruinporn — photos of industrial, urban decay.
Nosh Berlin brought together well-known Jewish chefs, historians, and food bloggers to create a celebration of global Jewish cuisine that could not have happened anywhere else.
Navigating the city's stylish hotel scene.
In a city well known for its postwar grit, Berlin’s hotels are surprisingly elegant, upscale, and contemporary.
In Berlin, a group has made it their mission to help newcomers settle in, then get around.
As the country retreat for generations of Prussian kings, the opulent palaces of Sanssouci are some of Germany’s most evocative architecture.
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It took me far too long to realize just how many of my problems could be solved by preserved lemons. I live in Germany, where finding fresh veggies (and people who appreciate and know how to cook them) isn’t exactly easy.
The German capital offers far more than beer halls.
Berlin bar-hoppers aren’t just out for a pilsner or a hefeweizen in shabby surroundings anymore.
The economy has changed from many single-track, steady careers into workers who thrive on one-off gigs and “projects.” But when you’re over 60 and overqualified, how do you find a job?
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The best places to sample Berlin’s German and international cuisine.
A decade ago, Berlin wasn’t even a blip on the world's culinary radar, making its foodie transformation in the last few years all the more wondrous.
The German capital says goodbye to one of its adopted “heroes”
BERLIN — On a damp, grey January around noon, a line is forming in front of a columned stone building south of Potsdamer Platz. Young bearded men chat in Spanish behind two middle aged German women rolling cigarettes.
Germans are beer-lovers, right? Well, that’s only half the story. There are parts of Germany that are just as zealous about their wine–you just might not have heard of them.