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SOYDIVISION WEEKLY CUISINE AND CULTURE — FROM KREUZBERG TO KUPANG, BERLIN TO BORNEO

SOYDIVISION WEEKLY CUISINE AND CULTURE — FROM KREUZBERG TO KUPANG, BERLIN TO BORNEO

Ready for a taste-based journey across the Indonesian archipelago? Let art and culinary collective Soydivision take you there. We have previously featured their Soy&Synth series of pop-up dinner-concerts, and since the lockdown the team – assembled by Bandung-born Ariel William Orah – have taken their food-art mashup online, with a weekly takeaway dinner series, web mag Soy&Zine and an online edition of Soy&Synth streaming this Saturday (30.05.2020) from 19h. Food wise, each week explores a different region of Indonesia, with a menu featuring two Nasi Campur options (white rice with a selection of side dishes) including a vegan choice. From tempeh in Manado spices (bruised lemongrass, lemon basil) to steamed tofu, smoked jackfruit and Karadok (West Java vegetable salad with peanut sauce), this is takeaway food with a lot of surprises. If you just want to sample the Indonesian basics, you can also order à la carte classics including beef rendang and homemade Sambal with stinky beans. For sounds and visuals to match the flavors, check out Soydivision’s YouTube channel, and for the latest menu and upcoming events see Instagram. This is a long-haul voyage we can get into. (Text: Scarlett Peeters / Photos: Dico Baskoro)

Soydivision – weekly dinner takeaways and cultural program
Nasi Campur Takeaway Session: Wed–Fri 18–21h at Sari Sari
Lichtenrader Str.49, 12049 Berlin–Neukölln; map
Weekend Special Takeaway: pickup on Saturday from points across town and from Sari Sari on Sunday (check the website for times and locations)
Soy&Synth streaming & takeaway night, Sat 30.05.2020 from 19h.
Preorder your food online (walk-ins also welcome)
@soydivision.berlin

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OUT NOW: THE BERLIN DECKS X CEE CEE NEIGHBORHOOD MAP FOR MOABIT AND WEDDING

OUT NOW: THE BERLIN DECKS X CEE CEE NEIGHBORHOOD MAP FOR MOABIT AND WEDDING

The season for urban exploring is upon us, and we’ve been working on the perfect little companion for discovering Berlin’s northwest. Yes, it’s the latest edition in our Neighborhood Map series, and this time we’ve teamed up with Berlin Decks to bring you some of the best of Moabit and Wedding. This free printed guide-cum-city map is packed full of tips, with 100 restaurants, cafes, shops and cultural venues to discover. With picks ranging from backstreet bookshops and old-school Kneipen to Syrian bakeries and ceramics studios, you’ll find an option to match every mood and moment. Now summer has arrived and with distant destinations out of reach, there’s never been a better time to go local – and the Neighborhood Map is your pocket passport for discovering new favorites nearby. So go and pick up your copy at selected spots around the city, grab a friend or two and head northwest. (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Sophie Döring)

P.S. If you are looking for an event venue, Berlin Decks is a temporary location offering more than enough space for your ideas and distancing requirements – 7000 sqm to be precise.

Cee Cee x Berlin Decks Neighborhood Map: Moabit & Wedding.
The map is free to pick up at selected spots across Mitte, Kreuzberg and City West and here you can download the PDF version of the map.
@ceeceeberlin
@berlindecks

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NUTSANDWOODS STUDIO STORE: THE MITTE APARTMENT FOR DISCOVERING YOUR FUTURE FURNITURE

NUTSANDWOODS STUDIO STORE: THE MITTE APARTMENT FOR DISCOVERING YOUR FUTURE FURNITURE

Oak, metal, leather, hemp. It’s all about the materials at Nutsandwoods, the Berlin furniture designer that has been a favorite of ours for a while – they supplied us with the dining table for our Cee Cee Dinner series. Whether it’s tables, beds, sofas or shelving, their furniture pieces combine solid, natural elements with legendary craftsmanship. And now you can see these designs up close and personal at the furniture maker’s new Studio Store, an apartment showroom opening on Monday (01.06.2020). In it you can see, smell and feel Nutsandwoods furniture in its natural setting – the home. Want to try out the solid oak bed for size? Or see the sleek, untreated finish of the aluminium shelving before you place your custom order? Simply arrange a visit and discover just how special these pieces are. Another reason to come is the regular collaborations with different artists and creatives such as flower designer Mary Lennox, whose gorgeous floral installations decorate this tranquil apartment. Oh, and did we mention you can spend the night too? (Text: Benji Haughton / Photos: Nutsandwoods)

Nutsandwoods Studio Store, Alte Schönhauser Str.47, 10119 Berlin–Mitte; Stadtplan
Mon–Sat 12–18h by appointment
The apartment opens on 01.06. To arrange a visit, contact the team by email.
@nutsandwoods

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WECYCLEBRANDENBURG: INSPIRATION AND TIPS FOR EXPLORING BERLIN’S HINTERLAND BY BIKE

WECYCLEBRANDENBURG: INSPIRATION AND TIPS FOR EXPLORING BERLIN’S HINTERLAND BY BIKE

Still don’t know how you are spending the long weekend? How about a bike tour amidst the idyllic Brandenburg plains to escape the stress of lockdown life? Wecyclebrandenburg is the ideal source of inspiration for such an excursion. Daniela Pensold, who created this two-wheeled exploration platform, has been an enthusiastic cyclist since childhood. Her mission? To give you the opportunity to discover the spaces and sights of Brandenburg by bike, whether on your own or as part of a guided tour. On Daniela’s site you can choose from a variety of long and short day tours – there’s something that suits all desires and stamina levels. The pages also give useful tips and detailed route information to get you on your way. And if you want to give a loved one the gift of nature, you can also buy vouchers for Daniela’s tours. With the route and waypoints taken care of, all you need to do is grab your bike and go! (Text: Sophie Döring / Photos: Madlen Krippendorf & Wecyclebrandenburg)

Wecyclebrandenburg
@wecyclebrandenburg

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ASBURY PARK COFFEE FOR DOWNTEMPO DONAUSTRAßE VIBES — RECOMMENDED BY CÄCILIE LOTZ

ASBURY PARK COFFEE FOR DOWNTEMPO DONAUSTRAßE VIBES — RECOMMENDED BY CÄCILIE LOTZ

Not far from the vibrant hustle and bustle of Karl-Marx-Strasse sits Asbury Park Coffee, the cafe founded by caffeine fanatic Tanya Barut in 2019. Greeting you inside is an airy, minimal interior perfect for lingering with a cappuccino and a newspaper. With hand-roasted coffee providing a rich aroma as Tanya serves up homemade cookies and cakes (including vegan options), this place has fast become a neighborhood fave. Besides quality espresso, the smoothies and juices are also a solid choice, and can be made with almond or soy milk too. A long black curtain hides the cafe’s main suprise: the custom tattoo studio Sticks & Stones Tattoo, which is run by Tanya’s partner Brian Povak and has just reopened. That this place is run by partners is evident: in the decor, the coffee, the cookies, cakes and the atmosphere. It’s just the place to settle down in after a walk through the Hasenheide or Neukölln’s alleys. And who knows, it might be the place to get your tattoo – handmade in Neukölln. (Text: Cäcilie Lotz / Photos: Savannah van der Niet)

Cäcilie Lotz comes from Berlin and currently lives in the capital after spending some time away. She is the founder of Berlin Delights.

Asbury Park Coffee, Donaustr.94, 12043 Berlin–Neukölln; map
Mon–Sat 10–17h
@asbury.park.coffee

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