Kiez Cafe- for the neighbors and Friedrichshainers (people who live in Friedrichshain-Berlins
district).  Placed near to the popular Boxhagener Platz (with a market ). The food is self-made and everything is tasty, the staff is charming, interior very cozy, with big windows, wide tables and comfortable place to sit directly by the window, with cushions and coffee.

You can come over during the week with your laptop and cherish the infinite rapture of their carrot cake, sit on the window with your legs outstretched and feel totally cool. The big window gives you the opportunity to gaze a lil bit, what’s happening outside. It’s placed also next to a super cool, large playground, so if you have kids with you, get your goodies at Auntie’s and then give a little treat to your kiddies.
On weekends there are brunches and breakfasts given- very local and most of all- delightful. Everybody sits together  eating and  chattering joyfully.

At Aunt Benny’s you can  eat away! Sapid pastries, savory cakes , lavish  salads and sandwiches, crispy  tarts…divine.

Coffee and other warm drinks  are very decent- i love their fresh lemon-ginger tea. necessarily needed, especially when it’s cold outside and you need energy for  further visiting.

Canadian quality on the german land (The owners are Canadians)= v e r y g o o d

*Don’t count on internet on weekends, there’s a rule- NO WORKING, EATING.

Julia Duboski
Berlin should be my second name- i like my name too much, however,Berlin is the love of my life. If I leave it than only to have a love affair with another place, but I'll come back. From rock n roll dives to posh champagne bars , open airs, flea markets, bookstores, concept stores, caffes etc- i ve been (almost) everywhere. It's an electric city powered by thousands of different, creative people and it offers infinite cultural possibilities. If u won't fall in love in Berlin like i did, don't miss your chance for a fling at least..