Openings Rundown- Trattoria la Posta, Nah Am Wasser And More

October 2, 2017|Openings

Three openings rundown, what’s on the docket…

Spandau- While Trattoria La Posta has technically been open since February of this year, this self-described “piece of italian vitality in Berlin” have opened this September under new management. To make the new change official, Trattoria La Posta will be hosted a guest list only event the 1st of October. But no worries if you missed, there is of course the fact that now the restaurant is open and you can have your own opening party. So if you are a fan of pizza, pasta, meat and fish, and don’t mind making the trek out to Spandau, you now know what to do

Weinmeisterhornweg 42, 

Charlottenburg- Coffee shop Nah am Wasser, located in the area of Savigny Platz, just opened up a few weeks ago. Following in the footsteps of the original in Neukölln, Nah am Wasser is serving up every trendy healthy breakfast dish imaginable. Picture this if you will: superfood bowls, smoothies, fair trade coffee and a ton of amateurs food pornographers/proto-hipsters taking flat-lay iphone photos of their food.

Knesebeckstr 76

Mitte- Giacomo Mannucci, a vet of the gastro scene and owner of high-end steak house “To Beef Or Not To Beef” has opened up To The Bone, a new Italian spot. To The Bone is located in the former halls of restaurant Hartweizen with an interior worthy of a feature in GQ. So whether you are a fan of prime meats, hand made pasta and exquisite wines, or just interested in interior porn worthy of an instagram post (or most likely both), you should def. check this place out.

Torstr. 96

Thats it for this mornings opening rundown. Make sure you hit up Mr. Eatler’s Tip Line and let us know when your opening your next big venture. Whether it is a Scottish Taco stand, or a Vegan Wurst Kiosk, in order for everyone to know #MrEatlerKnows.

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