Rosi ich bin im Park

6 Mar

may i introduce:

my new favorite café ROSI ICH BIN IM PARK.

it is located in berlin neukölln and has a lovely owner, hannah, who puts all her love in this adorable place. in german we say “sie steckt all ihr herzblut hinein” which literally means “she puts all her heart blood in it”. i think it’s a beautiful term. and in this case, well, it fits!

when hannah restored the place she found a very old note in a roller shutter casing saying “Rosi ich bin im Park” (= Rosi, I’m in the park) and decided that should be the name for her place.

You find a beautiful variety of warm and cold drinks, excellent coffee, lovely cakes and small dishes. and it’s all either vegan or vegetarian.

once a month there’s a pub quiz (sorry, it’s in german!).

Bildso, if you happen to be in berlin, check it out. do it ❤

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4 Responses to “Rosi ich bin im Park”

  1. Heather in Arles 2013/03/06 at 11:29 am #

    If I ever do get to Berlin, I will know all of the best addresses to go to…then again, I will have a wonderful guide! 🙂

    Wishing you a gorgeous day, dear J.
    Bisous,
    H

    • julia 2013/03/06 at 5:30 pm #

      yes, i would LOVE to be your berlin guide, dear heather! ❤
      we had a great sunshiny day in berlin today (spent most of the day in the studio, but only KNOWING that the weather is good, made my happy)
      xxx j.

  2. teamgloria 2013/03/06 at 4:11 pm #

    so magical with the name-wrapped-up-waiting-in-the-window-covering!

    *shivers*

    • julia 2013/03/06 at 5:34 pm #

      this place is so berlin!! you would love it x

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