My wife and I will be in Berlin for five nights in May (probably staying in Mitte), and our 18-month-old will be along for the ride. I'd love to hear about your favorite kid-friendly restaurants. We're going to get a sitter one night and head out to Reinstoff, but the rest of the meals (including breakfast and lunch) are open.
We'd like to try a variety of places and styles, but the priority is to get a good feel for the dining and culture of Berlin - what places do locals think of as "uniquely Berlin"? That's our speed here. We'd like to make sure we get some excellent food, but we can also get by on pretty good food if the sense of place is compelling. Price isn't too important, but we tend to prefer working a couple divey places into the mix. And we'll definitely want to try a more traditional german place and a biergarten or three, but I'd love to hear about your kid-friendly favorites, no matter the category.
Many thanks for your recommendations!
Hi all -- I'm heading to LA for business three days next week (from SF), and I'm hoping to locate two sushi destinations. I know there's a lot of boards on LA sushi, but I have some specific needs:
(1) I'm going solo, and I don't do tables alone. So sushi bar required.
Thanks in advance!
Thanks all! It was the Crystal Quail I was looking for, but I might have to check out these other places too...
Ack, it's driving me crazy, I'm heading to the Northeast in a few weeks and I can't remember the name of this restaurant that I wanted to try:
I think it's in NH or VT, but could be rural Mass. or Maine as well.
I think it was in a cabin, or maybe just a part of someone's house. Either way, it's in the middle of nowhere.
It's tiny, and I believe, serves only a set menu.
It was an eccentric little place -- I believe it's cuisine was on the stranger side, perhaps serving up some game. I'm pretty sure it was all super-local.
If you have any leads, please let me know!!!