• Foto: Gruen Berlin | Christo Libuda

    Currently, BBQs are not allowed at Tempelhofer Feld. It's worth a visit anyway - a few food stands are waiting for you. Tempelhofer Feld or "on Tempelhof" for short like many Berliners say, normally has the luxury of having three designated BBQ area. They are located near the entrances on Oderstraße, Columbiadamm and Tempelhofer Damm.

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    Spandau's Raymons offers you the entire bandwidth of seafood - from rusty fish creations like pickled herring housewife style and fillet of zander or a salad of mussels and octopus to more refined creations like monkfish wrapped in bacon.

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    BBQ at Monbijoupark

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    A „little gem“ for all BBQ fans is Mitte's Monbijoupark. It's an extremely well taken-care-of park planted with tulips and several areas for playing sports, for example a Basketball court or tables for playing ping pong. Do you need anything more to not be bored during your BBQ?

  • Spacious, clean relaxing greens, a romantic pond with swans swimming on it, the famous Märchenbrunnen (Fairy Tale Fountain) and lots of clam spots for lovers and families alike make the the 49 hectares of Volkspark Friedrichshain the ideal picnic location!

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    Stadtpark Lichtenberg, despite being so close to the hip parts of Friedrichshain, is a wonderful tranquil oasis for Berliners.

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    A bar-lounge with a large dancefloor, a perfect lighting and audio equipment provide for wild birthday parties or Christmas functions in the middle of Volkspark Friedrichshain.

  • Foto: Gruen Berlin | Christo Libuda

    Cycling, jogging, skating, miniature golf, kiting, BBQ and growing your own veggies with urban gardening - the airfield of the former airport Tempelhof has enjoyed great popularity with the Berliners ever since its opening on 8 May 2011.

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    Kimchi Princess

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    The iconic Korean restaurant Kimchi Princess in Prenzlauer Berg is named after the famous dish “Kimchi“.

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    Guys with dreadlocks who rather grill tofu than a real sausage, people playing the drums, large Turkish families and universtiy students - the BBQ crowd at Görlitzer Park is more than only a little diverse.

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    Normally, BBQs are allowed on Kleiner Bunkerberg in Volkspark Friedrichshain. Currently though it is mandatory to book your BBQ slot online via http://neuer-hain.de.