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A Local's Guide to Berlin

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In the Neukölln neighborhood of Berlin, find a mishmash of old art deco beauty and new Turkish immigrant influence.
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Hobrechtstraße 61, 12047 Berlin, Germany
This bar has a living-room atmosphere: couches, sofas, easy chairs, wallpaper. It's got beer from the Czech Republic, a bit like a Bavarian beer. Hobrechtstrasse 61  See all of Philippe Werhahn’s favorite places in...
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Neukölln, Berlin, Germany
All the designers here—there are about 94 of us—are from Neukölln. People passing by on a Sunday get a chance to see the pieces up close. It’s mainly clothes and accessories. One Sunday a month, location varies. ...
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Friedelstraße 27, 12047 Berlin, Germany
This bar is named after Klaus Kinski, the German actor from Werner Herzog films. They show quite a lot of video, movies, exhibitions, and such. This story appeared in the July/August 2010 issue. See all ofberlin-germany"Philippe Werhahn’s favorite...
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It’s like a typical southern European market, with shouting and chaos—not very German. 
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Kottbusser Damm 80, 10967 Berlin, Germany
Berlin is good for fast food—sushi, kebabs, pizza, currywurst. This style of köfte is from Anatolia, from Turkey. They fry minced sausages and serve it with mint, various herbs, and salad. Kottbusser Damm between Sanderstrasse...
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Neukölln, Berlin, Germany
Popois what kids call their bum. The bar was a hair salon before. Now they have concerts, readings—very, very different stuff. My friend had a performance art show there that was pretty political. This story appeared in the July/August 2010 issue....
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Maybachufer 14, 12047 Berlin, Germany
Café Jacques is a tad expensive, but it serves very nice French food. Most of the time I go for wine and some snacks. The owner is lovely; he’s a hilarious guy. He’s been here for several years—surprising, since not long ago there were very few...
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Hobrechtstraße, Berlin, Germany
There are outdoor concrete Ping-Pong tables everywhere around Berlin. I play it quite often with friends or my girlfriend. This park has just one table and a little playground. Hobrechtstrasse and Pflügerstrasse This appeared in the July/August...