Your guide to Dominicusstraße

A curated guide of places and things to do in Dominicusstraße, recommended by locals


Your Berlin Neighborhood, Unpacked.

Count your lucky stars. You are a mere jump away from a sensational variety of Berlin hotspots. We've narrowed Schöneberg down to a top list of to-dos, thanks to the advice of some very trusted locals. Be a Berliner, and make the most of our 'hood - it's yours too, now.

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  • Essentials
    Here is everything you need to know in order to get around town.

    Groceries & food

    Pharmacy & medical

    Police station

  • Closest S-Bahn: Bahnhof Schöneberg


    Don't be late, you have lots to see! Get around using Berlin's rapid transit railway system, right by your door.

  • Coffee

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    Café Lehmbrucks

    Café
    open
    $$$$

    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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    DoubleEye

    Coffee Shop
    $$$$

    Located in the heart of the Schöneberg district, DoubleEye is a coffee gold mine. It's a tiny room with self-roasted coffee beans, mild and strong. They've won several awards for best Latte Art and the prices are quite 'social' (i.e. low).

  • Food

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    Hope Superfood Deli

    Bistro
    open

    Check out HOPE. It really does give hope to many bodies and minds for its little superfood bar, juices, smoothies, wholesome salads and fresh bread.


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    To Beef or Not To Beef

    Steakhouse
    closed
    $$$$

    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

    Doner Restaurant
    open
    $$$$

    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.


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    Flying Fish Sushi

    Sushi Restaurant
    closed

    Some say the best in town - fill your soul with homemade sushi-creations, miso soup and sake in a small, unpretentious restaurant. Blue walls, wooden furniture - friendly as ever.


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    Wawa

    Korean Restaurant
    $$$$

    If you are in the mood for Korean food, this is the best place to go for dinner. It's excellent. You'll need to make a reservation in advance - it's always packed.


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    Jones Ice Cream

    Ice Cream Shop
    $$$$

    Cheese Cake means summer afternoon, Grapefruit & Earl means midnight, Cucumber & Tonic Sorbet means that I want to love you one more time. Jones exists to treat sweet tooths any time of day, any time of year.

  • Culture

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    Winterfeldtmarkt

    Coffee Shop
    closed
    $$$$
    Wedensdays, Saturdays
    Winterfeldtmarkt

    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.


  • Kulturforum

    Cultural Center
    Kulturforum

    The Kulturforum is considered to be West Berlin's cultural hub. The artistic and cultural institutions here are well worth your time- a variety of unique museum, along with other city highlights, are an all-in-one experience.

    From 16€

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    Urban Nation Contemporary Art Museum

    Art Gallery
    closed

    Close to the lovely area of Nollendorfplatz, discover a whole lot of urban low-brow art. The stuff that official museums don't show.

  • Nightlife

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    Zig Zag Jazz Club Berlin

    Jazz Club
    closed

    The city's best jazz club beckons musicians from all skill levels. They all come to play here alongside jazz-geniuses that keep the quality high and vibes in the sky. Have the best time, folks.


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    Salut Bar

    Bar
    $$$$

    Make your way to this smoky, dimly-lit cocktail bar, for a pre-dinner drink or a concluding night-cap. Open daily from 7pm, the drinks are exquisite.

  • Outdoors

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    Viktoria Park

    Park

    On a sunny day this is the perfect location to have a picnic with your friends. Stroll around the park, choose a nice spot and enjoy those rays.


  • Park at Gleisdreieck

    Park

    Community-led public park with a large open space of rose gardens, trails for skaters and joggers and grass plots. The park is located on an old railway site.

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