Ten Restos Opened, Closed, Or Knocked Up Last Week: Resto Rundown

January 21, 2019|Knocked Up, Openings

Schöneberg, Mitte, Wilmersdorf, Prenzlauer Berg, Kreuzberg- Sweetheart Kitchen, Kanaan, Volk, Restaurant Zur Glocke, Restaurant Reinstoff, Feel Seoul Good, The No Name, Tupac Berlin, Gönül Kahvesi, Beba, Martin Gropius Bau

Openings

resto rundownSweetheart Kitchen, new resto conglomerate started operations last week and are starting to hit the social media channels with their offerings. Read More

Kanaan, the Prenzlauer Berg based hummus shop that just opened up their Schöneberg location over at KaDeWe just announced the dates of their official launch party. Read More

Volk, new joint based in Mitte opened their doors to the public a couple of weeks ago, announced the dates for their official opening party. Read More

Restaurant Zur Glocke, new joint opened up last week down in Wilmersdorf. The deal with the joint is that it looks like a straight forward Austrian German cuisine resto with a gourmet tilt. Read More

Closed

The end of the road for two Michelin star Mitte joint, Restaurant Reinstoff, was this past weekend as they bid farewell to their decade long home. Read More

Knocked Up

Feel Seoul Good, new Korean vegan joint is knocked up over in Prenzlauer Berg‘s Kollwitz Kietz. Read More

The NoName, new fine diner is knocked up over on Mitte‘s Oranienburger strip. The new joint that is currently in the heart of construction is due to make an entrance in a predicted four weeks and will be in the same location as the former tourist heavy Orange Cafe. Read More

Tupac Berlin, the new Peruvian joint currently under wraps down in Kreuzberg, has moved one step closer to the opening days. Read More

Gönül Kahvesi, major Turkish coffee & espresso chain based out of Turkey is soon to open their first German venture over near Kreuzberg‘s Moritzplatz. Read More

Beba, new restaurant is slotted for a spring time opening over at Mitte’s modern art museum Martin Gropius Bau. Read More

Share this Post:

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>
*
*

*