Restaurant Events: Thanksgiving Pie, Booze, & More

November 6, 2017|Events

We got a bit of everything this week, some already super popular, but all super intriguing. We’re talking pie, we’re talking booze, and more. Here are the events of the week:

In Prenzlauer BergOAK & ICE and  Edible Alchemy CoLaboratory are hosting a ginger beer workshop at OAK & Ice on Schönhauser Allee tomorrow from 7PM to 9PM. If you are bored of making your own kombucha, and looking try something new, this event will be teaching you how to make ginger beer the natural way, non-alcoholic or slightly-alcoholic (1-5%alc +). Read more about the event here.

Address: OAK & ICE, Schönhauser Allee 52, 10437 Berlin, Germany

In MoabitArminiusmarkthalle – Markthalle Moabit is hosting “Die 12. lange Nacht der Weine” at Arminiusmarkthalle – Markthalle Moabit on Wednesday at 7 PM until 11:30 PM. Unfortunately the event is already sold out, but considering this is Berlin, if you know somebody who knows somebody you are bound to be able to pull some strings and get yourself through the door. If not, don’t despair! The third “Lange Nacht der Weine” is in the works. Read more about the event here.  And no, Mr. Eatler doesn’t know anybody. Good luck. 

Arminiusstraße 2-4 

In Prenzlauer BergHumble Pie Berlin and cookies and cream – Berlin are hosting “Thanksgiving Pie Workshop No.1” at cookies and cream on Kremmener Straße this Wednesday from 7:30PM until 9:30PM. With tons of American expats living in Berlin yearning for that good thanksgiving spirit, It should be no surprise that this event is also sold out, but tickets are available for the workshop on the 15th. Read more about the event here

Kremmener Straße 8

In NeuköllnCBS Kitchen & Shop and Pica Rico Are hosting “Mexican Month: Pozole y Tostadas” at CBS Kitchen & Shop on Weser Straße from November 10 – November 12 starting at 3PM. This event will feature Pozole Rojo (traditional Mexican Stew) with a Japanese ramen twist (provocative.) There will also be vegetarian and sashimi tostadas (huh?.) Sounds intercultural. Read more about the event here.

Weser Straße 168

Thats it for this intriguing week.

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