Where To Eat
  • There are literally hundreds of bars and restaurants in easy walking distance to the conference venue. Head east on Frankfurter Allee, turn right at Niederbarnimstraße (see http://bit.ly/c1MYnd) which will change its name into Simon-Dach-Straße after one block. Get lost in the famous "Simon-Dach" quarter ("Simon-Dach-Kiez" as we say in Berlin) with its cobble stone streets, wide sidewalks, bars, restaurants and cool little shops.
  • If the weather is as nice as it has been on the weekend, it might be worth walking or cycling a little farther to Holzmarktstraße. Between the streets "An der Schillingbrücke" and "Michaeliskirchstr." (see http://bit.ly/cNqLZq) there are a few really nice outdoor beach bars right on the banks of the River Spree.
  • try Il Due Emigranti (Belziger Str. 38, Schöneberg) Best Italian food!
  • Excellent Burgers, Burritos, and Nachos in Room 77 (Graefestr. 77, Kreuzberg, U8 Station Schönleinstr.) Try the PlusPlus-Burger (no tomato, but bacon, spiegelei and penautbutter!).
  • Very good vietnamese food by 3 Moms (Hornstr. 1, Kreuzberg U6+U7 Station Mehringdamm), Try the Curries…
  • Californian-style Burritos at Dolores Burritos (Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 7, Mitte, near Alexanderplatz), choose what's on your burrito…
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