Unusual insights into cultural history, often with spectacular findings and the latest research results, form the pillars in the Martin-Gropius-Bau programme alongside contemporary art and photography. Monographs of outstanding artists are as much the focus as current artistic positions.
The Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, is a museum like no other; from its humble beginnings in October 1962 as a two-and-a-half room display about the newly erected Berlin Wall, the museum has evolved into a more than 2000m2 exhibition that explores not only the history of the Berlin Wall and the stories of those affected by it, but also looks at the challenges facing us today as we struggle for worldwide recognition of human rights and freedom.
The Berlinische Galerie is one of the newest museums in the German capital and collects art from Berlin dating from 1870 to the present day – with both a local and international focus
The Entrecôte is a brasserie right at the heart of Berlin. Some examples of typically French cuisine: Le saumon fumé, les escargots, le foie gras, les huitres fines de claires!
Unique Berlin restaurant experience in the heart of Kreuzberg with a view of the U1.
The Brooklyn is in the heart of Berlin. The New York steak and fine dining temple uses its original US Montague grill for the utter best beef quality, imported from selected partners in midwest US (Black Angus, Certified Choice and Prime).
Head Chef of Parker Bowles is Sebastian Pfister. The German top chef is well known for letting his creativity reign free. Pfister and his team cook modern food and are willing to experiment. His focus ist the combination of German kitchen with transcontinental inspired foods.
One of the hippest Chinese restaurants in Berlin is the Long March Canteen in Kreuzberg's Wrangel neighbourhood. Savour Chinese "Dim Sum" delicacies in tapa style in a cool ambience.
Austrian cuisine has many fathers and, most especially, mothers. One of them, without a doubt, is "Tante Jolesch."
(El angel exterminador)
Luis Buñuel, Mexico 1962
Twenty people are invited to a dinner party in a villa. Artists, bankers, a conductor, and their wives, in tailcoats and evening dresses and impeccable table manners. The guests find themselves however mysteriously unable to leave. Eventually it becomes clear an inexplicable force prevents the guests from leaving the room...