Offering countless clubs and buzzling neighborhoods, Berlin is a hot destination to celebrate New Year's Eve. Before gliding your dance shoes on the floor, fuel up at these eateries and rub shoulders with locals.
This cosy inn with its dark wooden counter, equally popular with locals and tourists, scores not just with extremely cordial service but also excellent value for money. The menu with its many regional specialties, including pork from apple-fed Havelländer pigs, and more than 30 open wines make this a place well worth a visit.
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Friends of fine wines will find a constantly changing selection of wine served by the glass, with a particular focus on Austrian and German producers. In addition, the extensive wine card lists a very impressive selection of oenophile rarities to please the most demanding connoisseur. The kitchen serves creative gourmet snacks.
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Long March Canteen
Popular with the celebrity community, the Long March Canteen is currently one of the city’s trendiest and hippest restaurants. With its stylish ambience and décor, glowing blue neon signs, walls decorated with contemporary Chinese art, delicious dim sum, and other traditional Shanghainese delicacies, this is an ideal place to share a meal.
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Restaurant Tim Raue (2*)
Tim Raue is considered to be one of the most talented German chefs of the second generation. His pan-Asian fusion cuisine, a harmonious blend of Chinese culinary philosophy, perfect Japanese products and intense Thai-inspired flavours, served in a casual lounge atmosphere, has been rated since 2012 with two Michelin stars. The hummingbird logo reflects the freedom and creativity of his cooking. Also noteworthy is the excellent wine list.
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