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The Weekend Agenda – 18.-21. August 2016

Life begins on THURSDAY NIGHT! Here are our personal recommendations to enjoy the weekend to the fullest! Open Air Cinema Frankfurt at Korrekt The screenings for this weekend include films such as Im Sommer wohnt er unten(Thrusday), Green Room (Friday), The Revenant (Saturday) and Mistress America (Sunday) at Korrekt. Screenings start at sunset, around 9.15pm…

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More often than not, we associate burgers with oily and unhealthy junk food. Luckily for us, that’s not always true and Bareburger is a great example of the contrary. Bareburger is a chain restaurant that started in 2009 in New York and experienced immediately a huge success. The Frankfurt branch is (so far) the only…

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Pizzeria Montana

In the last few months a lot of people recommended us a small pizzeria right in the heart of Bahnhofsviertel: Pizzeria Montana. Since one of us is Italian, we are constantly looking for the best pizza in Frankfurt :-) Montana is a small, no-frills restaurant which does just one thing: cooking good, authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas….

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Escape room games in Frankfurt

In the last couple years a new group game has become increasingly popular, in Frankfurt as well as in the rest of the world: Escape room games. Escape room are games where a small group of people, usually from 3 to 8, has one hour to solve a mystery and get out of the room…

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Margarete Restaurant

Since we had relatives visiting for easter holidays, we stopped by at Margarete for a light lunch after visiting Miro’s exhibition at Schirn Museum and we were positively surprised. As a starter we ordered a lentils salad with feta cheese as well as a potato soup and a carrot soup. Both were delicious! Afterwards, some…

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In Frankfurt there are lots of very good Japanese restaurants and one that stands out as one of our favourites is Moriki. The restaurant differs quite a bit from the typical Japanese restaurant in a few ways. The chef offers a reinterpretation of traditional Japanese food in a modern way, where traditional dishes are combined…

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eatDOORI indian street food

In the heart of the Bahnhofsviertel, the hip district around the main station, there are tons of very good restaurants. One of our recent discoveries is eatDOORI, an indian restaurant mixing both classic and street-food recipes. The first thing that you’ll notice upon entering eatDOORI is the way it has been decorated: starting from the…

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German Film Museum

The Museumsufer, the embarkment on the southern side of the river Main, gets its name because of the great concentration of museums in the area. There lies one of our favourite, too: the German Film Museum. The museum is dedicated to the medium of film and features, on its four floors, a permanent and a…

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Selera Malaysian Restaurant

If you have been following this blog you probably know that we absolutely love asian food. Selera has long been one of our “must-try” restaurants so our expectations when we went there for dinner were pretty high. Well, the Selera Malaysian restaurant proved itself up to expectations! We liked everything we tried, from the starters…

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This week the whole city centre is hosting the Luminale, a festival taking place once every two years which runs in parallel to the Light + Building Fair and will last until Friday 18th. What we really love about Luminale is that the installations are spread across the whole city centre and the 200 art…

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iimori Patisserie & Restaurant

Iimori is much more than a patisserie. Located in the city centre, just a few metres away from the touristy “Römer”, iimori has become one of our favourite cafes combining the best of french patisseries with a japanese touch. Its romantic and colourful interior design makes this place cozy and comfortable. Among all the sweets…

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Konfettiwolke Kids Concept Store

Katharina Kottisch is the owner of the kids concept store Konfettiwolke located in Nordend. We had the pleasure to meet her at the Marché de Nuit (event which showcased the creative works of more than 70 designers from Frankfurt and surroundings) and we loved her wide variety of clothing, creative toys, textiles and beautiful accesories. In…

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