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DingsDums
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Veganz
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Pauls Boutique
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Mauer Park
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SOTO STORE
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Cabslam
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Cocolo Ramen
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Firmament
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Mustafa's Gemüse Kebab
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OYE record store
Berlin

Berlin Community Guide

Coined as the utopia for creatives, queers and young people, Berlin provides a fearless manifesto for freedom, sexual liberation, rave culture and the arts. It doesn’t take long to feel at home in the vibrant city of subcultures. From unforgettable line ups in industrial locations to Turkish kebabs or chilled parks, we got you covered with a selection of top spots co signed by our community.

Coined as the utopia for creatives, queers and young people, Berlin provides a fearless manifesto for freedom, sexual liberation, rave culture and the arts. It doesn’t take long to feel at home in the vibrant city of subcultures. From unforgettable line ups in industrial locations to Turkish kebabs or chilled parks, we got you covered with a selection of top spots co signed by our community.

DingsDums

"Tackling the problem of food waste one dumpling at a time. DingsDums is an award winning sustainable restaurant, that makes delicious dumplings from surplus food from local supermarkets. You never know what you are gonna get, but the flavours are always on point"

Veganz

"As the first vegan supermarket in Europe this one had to make the list. It holds a wide selection of vegan only products from cosmetics to produce. Try their cafe upstairs for a selection of healthy vegan dishes"

Pauls Boutique

"A chaotic shop, but you’ll find some of the best vintage items out there, be sure to give yourself enough time to dig through it all. Check out some of their other shops across the city - such as Goo, which only sells secondhand designer clothes"

Mauer Park

"Make sure to come through on a Sunday to get the full experience. Stop by the flea market if you get there early enough (or late enough) to avoid the crowds, or have a walk along the path where the Berlin wall once stood. Climb the hill to the East to take in a view of the city, or settle into the amphitheatre to take in Bearpit Karaoke, a giant public karaoke experience. Or bring a bottle, find a spot to chill and watch the chaos go by"

SOTO STORE

"SOTO consists of two menswear stores, next door to each other. Same name, same street, the only difference is their brand selection.Their goal is to bring an outstanding and yet unseen selection of menswear and accessories to Berlin, by sourcing brands from all over the world"

Cabslam

"Berlin's answer for a proper Californian breakfast. Starting out as a pop-up weekend brunch place, the venture got such rave reviews, it recently moved to bigger digs and expanded its repertoire to include lunches and dinners. Still, it's the breakfast that has 'slam' groupies coming back for more"

Cocolo Ramen

"Best ramen spot in Berlin, hands down. Fresh noodles, tasty broth, topped with meat or vegetables, eggs and wakame. It’s a one-of-a-kind institution so originally Japanese yet so very local and truly Berlin"

Firmament

"A streetwear staple in the city, holding a curated collection of all the best the household names have to offer, plus a few you’d struggle to find anywhere else"

Mustafa's Gemüse Kebab

"With so much hype it would be easy to call this out as a tourist trap, but this kebab is something else. Walk out the U-bahn on the west side of Mehringdamm in Berlin Kreuzberg, and you’ll be sure to see an impressive queue not matter what the time. But trust, it’s well worth the wait"

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OYE record store

"The store has become central to the city’s new analogue house scene; something of a community centre for upstart producers like Max Graef and Glenn Astro. They've got a diverse selection, everything from funk to House, Techno, Dubstep or Drum & Bass and Indie/Alternative. Perfect for digging. Mark Oye is one of the city’s most active record shops, a place to meet and discover new music like every proper record shop should be"