A Guide to the Best Places in Berlin 2020
Looking for the best places in the city to eat, drink, and shop? Here’s your handy pdf guide to all of those.
You can download it anytime and anywhere, and have instant access to 115 hand picked places in the whole city – including 23 new additions!
Berlin is a sprawling metropolis, that seems to reinvent itself every 24 hours – but no need to feel lost! The Best Places in Berlin 2020 Guide helps you find the independent, small scale cafés, restaurants, bars, and shops that are the city’s most exciting (and satisfying). From boozy brunch options to the best bread and delicious dining options (and really spicy Chinese food!), from cool shops to spruce up your wardrobe (and your home too!) to Gen-Z approved nail salons.
With a wide range of prices, locations, and styles (including loads of vegan-friendly spots), these suggestions are not only geared to those planning a quick visit, but should also surprise and delight Berliners looking to (re)discover their Kiez.
Edited, written, and designed by Mary Scherpe, cover design by Alexander Nussbaumer.
The sale is handled by Elopage, you will receive the download link to the pdf as an email from them after finishing the purchasing process and will have 48hours to download the file.
What You Get
A pdf for immediate download with 29 pages filled with 115 recommendations from all over the city in eleven categories, that means there are:
8 Breakfast & Brunch Spots,
4 Coffee Shops,
14 Grocery Stores,
19 Quick Bites,
8 Sweet Treats,
7 Book & Stationery Stores,
6 Design Stores,
9 Fashion & Beauty Stores, and
5 Vintage Stores & Flea Markets in this guide.
Each place has a description, addresses, url, price level, link to google maps, and markers for vegan friendly and gluten-free friendly food, and wom*n owned places.
None of the recommended spots have paid to be in this guide, there are no ads or other sponsored entries.
After fourteen years of full-scale investigation of all things creative and tasty for Stil in Berlin and other outlets like Vogue and Highsnobiety, I know what is worth your time and money in this city. I moved here in 2003 as a young student and witnessed Berlin’s transition from currywurst-central to legit foodie haven. Today, we enjoy a growing variety of cuisines and styles as well as the city’s histories represented in long-time favorites. Trust me, it’s been a journey. My judgement is always authentic: when I visit a new place, I never announce myself and always pay for my food – to be honest, I don’t accept invites by places I don’t know because I might end up not liking the food – which is always … awkward.
PS, if you’re more into morning food, check out my Breakfast & Brunch Guide