Your guide to Dominicusstr
Lehmbruck's is the perfect place to have a delicious coffee, a homemade cake or a deep dive into their range of breakfast options. High quality, fresh and made with love. They have WiFi on fleek here - which explains all the laptops in sight. Take a seat, stay a while.
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A marketplace pops up twice a week on Winterfeldtplatz in Schöneberg. Its the best-known (and largest) weekly market in Berlin and it offers fruits and vegetables, flowers, cheese, household goods, and clothing. After a stroll through the market, you can relax in one of the numerous surrounding cafés.
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To Beef or Not To Beef
To beef, of course. For excellent cuts and special butcher nights, look no further. This Schöneberg mainstay takes an authentic Italian approach, which means the bistecca alla fiorentina is heavenly. They also have spaghetti, arancini, and antipasti staples.
Rüya Gemüse Kebab
Rüya is a Döner Kebab imbiss (snack) in Schöneberg, entirely off the hipster grid, hidden in plain sight on a main street - and really one of the strongest contenders for the the best vegetarian Döner Kebab in all of Berlin. Sometimes you have to wait for 15 to 20 minutes - but it's well worth it.