It’s that wonderful time of the year! The new Stil in Berlin Best Places Map is released! This time, the map for 2019 comes as a pdf. You can download it anytime and anywhere, and have instant access to 99 hand picked places in the whole city. Berlin is a sprawling metropolis, that seems to reinvent itself every 24 hours – but no need to feel lost! This handy map 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.
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The map has arrived! Clad in bright Pantone orange, the new and updated edition of the Best Places in Berlin map is a stunner – easily doubling as a mood-brightener during grey winter days. First and foremost, it’s a collection of over 100 excellent places in Berlin to eat, drink, shop, and have fun. All of them were carefully selected by yours truly – only small-scale and independent businesses run by locals (albeit locals from all over the world). And it’s available to order now!
I am super happy to give you an exclusive preview of the up-coming completely revised and updated Stil in Berlin Map!
After a year (and since the first edition is sold-out), it was time to seriously update my beloved printed guide to this city – to not only cover all the new opening times of my long-time favorites, but to finally include all the new additions – twenty-six new spots to be precise, which pushes it to 98 best places in Berlin in total! To honor this update, Alexandra Bruns developed a new design, with new colors, and a new glossy cover – while we kept all the things that proved to work so well: the format, the folding, the categories. Let me know what you think! And get it here.
Many times I’ve considered the idea of assembling a best-of list comprising my absolute favorite Berlin spots. Yet instead of writing up a listicle, we once again left the safe paths of the web to move into the thrilling field of print. It took some paper wrangling and some heightened discussion over the merits of one location over another, but now that it’s finished I am very proud to say: the map is here!