Food Ecosytem BerlinBerlin‘s food scene connects via events meets at market places. This is just a small selection.
Stadt, Land, Food
The „Stadt Land Food – Festival für gutes Essen und gute Landwirtschaft“ takes place every two years in Berlin. Other than a large farmer‘s market with vendors with handmade food there‘s a street food market and food-related workshops.
Berlin Food Week
Since 2013, the „Berlin Food Week“ is the networking platform for gourmet chefs, restaurateurs, companies, journalists, foodies and everyone who loves and appreciates good food. During the week-long festival, exciting and innovative formats demonstrate to the visitors what Berlin has to offer in terms of food, quality and indulgence.
Food aficionados can look forward to an extensive program consisting of cooking events, degustations, panels and music events during the gourmet festival „eat Berlin“. Celebrities from the food and entertainment industry indulge together with the visitors and share their love of food.
This award, initiated by orderbird, honors the most compelling gastronomy concepts from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The award is presented as part of the Food Week.
The Markthalle Neun in the Kreuzberg district aims to show how „eating and shopping differently“ in the city is possible: By treating people, animals and the environment respectfully and merging that with the support of local products.
The Arminius-Markthalle in Moabit is the perfect place to get to know the authentic Berlin. Opened in the Decemeber of 1891, the Arminius-Markthalle offers a combination of traditional market stalls and modern gastronomy.
The „Bite Club“ was launched in August of 2013 in Kreuzberg and offers visitors top-notch street food directly at the Spree. Apart from the bathing ship, a vast amaount of food vendors can be found here every second Friday.
There‘s an new, colorful and exotic world right in the middle of Berlin, especially at the weekend. The Thai Park, also called Thaiwiesen, invokes the feeling of being transported elsewhere, far from Berlin. Its main focus is the flair and food of Thailand.
The Winterfeldtplatz in Schöneberg is not only geographically situated between the trendy Kreuzberg district and the more bourgeois Wilmersdorf. With its stylish bars, cafés and restaurants, it‘s a lively nightlife spot. To experience the extraordinary atmosphere, be sure to visit Winterfeldtmarkt on Saturday. It‘s the most popular and largest weekly market in Berlin.