It’s the weekend. It’s great weather outside. You might have noticed. Thus why not heading over to Sisyphos? The theme for this weekend is Mentale Hüpfburg – meaning Mental Bouncy Castle. If that doesn’t sound promising, what does?
Doors from Friday 13th (11:55pm) to Monday 16th of July (10am).
Let’s do some Jazz in da Club, Space Tigers. The Space Tigers play the Jazz Club Session at Bar Bobu on Thursday, May 17th. It’s going to be a night full of Jazz, Rock and Electro sounds. The Space Tigers are spacy and have the license to make you dance. Bring a towel.
Doors open at 7pm. Entry is free but donations are always welcome.
The 1st of May is International Workers Day and in Berlin it’s celebrated with the Myfest 2018 in Kreuzberg. It’s a tradition. It’s a festival. It’s a great vibe. It’s as Berlin as it can get. Don’t miss out on this.
Dust off your dancing shoes and get ready for a cool jam at one of the coolest clubs of Berlin: Saint George Friday & TINY Family Jam. Some of Berlin’s finest Rap, RnB, Boogie & Funk DJ’s will spin the desks, while the original cloud/inst rapper ANTWON will open the night. AND there’ll be free Pizza by Tiny’s Pizza. If that doesn’t sound like a cool night, what does?
Cinema is fun, especially when the movie is a gem like this one. Join Jan “Monchi” Gorkow, lead singer of Feine Sahne Fischfilet, at the moment one of Germany’s most influential punk bands, making his way through Germany’s north-east, it’s where he’s from, it’s where he celebrates his biggest successes and worst setbacks. “Wildes Herz” is definitely worth a peak. The Berlin premier will be at the Filmtheater am Friedrichshain.
The age old question: “Do you get what you pay for?” In most cases yes, but that is not to say you cannot find quality for a good price! Supermarkets in Berlin, or Germany in general, are tricky because there is no rule where “this one” is the cheapest or “that one” is more quality because it depends on what you are looking for.
Supermarket or Turkish Market
For example you can get the essentials like pasta and rice for less than a Euro, including milk and bread which are pretty much the same price across the board even if you prefer to go the bio/ vegan/ hipster route ;). However, vegetables, meats and fruits it gets a bit more complicated. In general, Lidl and Netto tie for the cheapest in this department but it does vary from week to week and what is on sale. Kaiser’s is generally a bit more expensive, but the quality is also quite a bit better. Berlin overall is quite famous for its incredibly cheap food prices so if you are on a budget it is quite easy to still eat well. So in short, Lidl and Netto are going to be the best bet for your fruit and veggie supply if the Flohmarkt/ Flea-market, Farmers-market or the Turkish Market in Kreuzberg are not available. If you are whipping up a simple pasta dish, any will suffice, and if you are more quality conscience then mosey on over to the nearest Kaiser’s (some are even open 24/6) or check out one of many Turkish Markets in our neighbourhood .
Don’t forget your empty bottles
Additionally if any of you heavy beer drinkers out there wonder why there are so many people asking for your empty beer bottles you might find this Blog post about collecting bottles interesting. Did you know?! All Supermarkets accepting empty bottles as payment Woohoo!!
Also read our first and second part of the Berlin Survival Guide.