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Earlier this year, we made a huge change: after seven long, wonderful years in Schillerkiez, Neukölln, we moved! Since July, we’ve been making Bergmannkiez, Kreuzberg, our cosy new home.

Over the past few months, we’ve gotten familiar with the area and have our own favourite bits of the neighbourhood. Find below some of our neighbours here in Kreuzberg!

Soluna Brot & Öl: If you come to Transmitter via Neukölln, it’s likely you would have passed SolLuna at some point. It’s the business on Gneisenaustraße with the delicious-looking loaves of bread, amongst other specialty goods, baked and otherwise.

Beumer & Lutum: Bio bread at its best. Check out their different wholewheat breads. Their products are all organic and they also have some wonderful sweet treats!

Breakout: Still relatively new in the Kiez, Breakout Cafe offers young people with a migrant background the opportunity to learn new skills and gain experience in a professional environment. Visit for coffees and cakes!

Barcomi’s: Named by many as the best bagels in the neighbourhood, this beloved cafe also makes specialty cakes and pastries in the hustle and bustle of Bergmannstraße.

Nonne und Zwerg: Located just around the corner, this little restaurant/bar offers home-made tapas style appetisers to go with a nice glas of wine and also serves a dinners. People are nice and definitely rainbow-friendly :)

Mokkabar: The current meeting spot for our Language Evenings/Stammtische, this is a great place for small and large groups alike.
Limonadier: If you want to treat yourself to a classy after-class cocktail, our neighbours at Limonadier will surely be able to assist. Like any great bar, they have a happy hour between 19:00-20:00 where you can get cocktails for just 8.50!

Sud: True Neapolitan pizza at its best. The restaurant looks a little more "upper class" at first glance, but the guys at Sud have an open kitchen where you can watch the Pizzaiolo bake your pizza. The ingredients are fresh and the cooks definitely know how to handle them!

Seerose: Located at Südstern, this uncomplicated buffet-style place is a very nice pick for Vegetarians. From salads to casseroles, all dishes are Vegetarian. Prices are fair and the place has a nice terrace perfect for the summer.

Austria: As the name may suggest, this is a traditional Austrian restaurant, serving comically large schnitzels amongst other traditional faire. It’s a great place for groups and special occasions!

Lausebengel: A German-style gastropub specialising in food of the fried variety - very German! It also includes a wide variety of local and Bavarian beers on tap for all tastes.

Marheineke Markthalle: You couldn’t write a list of recommendations about Bergmannkiez without mentioning the Marheineke Markthalle. It has all your gastronomic needs and wants under one roof - and a great flea market on the weekends!

Holy's Hit Records: One of the many great record (Schallplatten) stores in the Kiez. This one offers more than just your stock-standard Berlin deep house and techno - you can find all kinds of music here.