Openings- Thai Pioneers Of Prenz, & Expanding Coffee Lovers
Openings rundown... Prenzlauer Berg Pioneers opening down the street, plus expanding coffee lovers move to the ever full of potential: Wedding. Here goes:
Prenzlauer Berg- Màm, a new Thai cuisine joint, just opened up on the northern end of Schönhauser Allee. Unlike the southern end of the long boulevard, which borders Mitte, this end is quite dead and lacks the exotic plethora of gastronomy available at the other end, which makes one wonder if Màm is taking a real estate gamble or has their finger on the proverbial pulse of Prenzlauer Berg. Time will tell. The restaurant serves up Thai fusion street food, and experiments with various tastes from the Asian hemisphere.
Schönhauser Allee 74
Wedding- The Visit, a specialty coffee shop, roastery and contemporary breakfast/lunch hangout, is sailing on the waves of expansion. Mr. Eatler isn’t sure if the coffee shop is named after the famed Frederick Dürenmat novella by the same name, but props if it is. After setting foot in Kreuzberg, Mitte and Schöneberg, the trendy coffee shop is looking to open up business in Wedding. The owner of The Visit actually gets the coffee beans via direct trade with farmers in Honduras and the milk from regional organic farmers so you can put a zipcode on your cup-a-joe
With the motto “we source, roast, brew, serve, drink and inhale specialty coffee” it sounds like these homies are putting their money where their mouths are. Oh, and The Visit is also looking for a barista