Weekend tips for Berlin Events from 17 to 19 March 2017

Ampelmännchen und Fernsehturm © visitBerlin, Foto: Pierre Adenis

Ampelmännchen und Fernsehturm © visitBerlin, Foto: Pierre Adenis

 

Friday – St. Patrick’s Day in Berlin

2017 must be a lucky year: why else would St. Patrick’s Day fall on a Friday this year? The only things missing are the rainbow and the pot of gold! Perhaps, they can be found at one of the numerous Irish Pubs in Berlin.

17 March 2017, St. Patrick’s Day in Berlin

Saturday – A new addition to the craft beer scene in Berlin

Enjoy that after-work beer all day long! On Saturday, the Danish craft beer label Mikkeller from Copenhagen will be opening a bar in Torstrasse. Some will recognise this beer label from the hip Michelberger Hotel, where the Danes tested the atmosphere in Berlin with a pop-up bar in 2013. The Mikkeller brewery is internationally acclaimed as one of the most innovative and cutting edge brewers in the world. It’s worth getting there early, because the first 300 beers are free! Salt n Bone from Prenzlauer Berg will be providing culinary support with Irish pub classics.

You can find an overview of all microbreweries in Berlin here.

18 March 2017, Mikkeller Berlin Grand Opening

Mikkel Borg Bjergsø by Thomas Steen Sørensen

Mikkel Borg Bjergsø by Thomas Steen Sørensen

Sunday – Start of the first Jewish Food Week

More and more restaurants and venues that specialise in Jewish food have opened in Berlin over the past few years. It was accordingly only a matter of time before an entire festival was dedicated to this cuisine. On Sunday, the first Jewish Food Week starts with Nosh Berlin. Enjoy the best of what Berlin chefs have to offer, documentaries, talks, music, markets and cooking classes. The fantastic Breakfast Market in the historic Markthalle Neun in Kreuzberg gets to the heart of this festival.

19 to 26 March 2017, Nosh Berlin

Nosh Breakfast Market at Markthalle Neun

Nosh Breakfast Market at Markthalle Neun

Art to lift your spirits

According to science, bold colours lift one’s spirits. Just when spring doesn’t seem to be getting its act together, we could really use an extra dose of colour in our lives. Accordingly, we strongly recommend the exhibition “My Abstract World” in the “me Collectors Room” in Mitte, in which the art collector Thomas Olbricht has curated his favourite works from 30 years of collecting into a unique show. “My Abstract World” shows over 350 abstract works by various international artists in a wide variety of styles.

On show until 2 April 2017, me collectors room

 
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