EXPLORE WHERE TO DINE AROUND THE WORLD
In the map below, pins mark the exact location of all the restaurants, diners, farmhouses, markets, and other places to eat and experience local cuisine that are mentioned in our many articles or recommended by our numerous media and travel partners. Zoom in or out on the map using the controls. Switch easily from map to satellite view. Click on each pin to pull up a tooltip with the name of the dining establishment including any additional information and key links. A perfect way to begin exploring where to dine next on your travels.
Mozzeeria Pizzeria - San Francisco
Ogi Deli - Elko, Nevada
Kellerwald Forchheim Beer Gardens - Germany
Allez French Restaurant, Placerville, California
Le Comptoir Du Pantheon, Paris
Yumcha Heros, Berlin
Süsse Sünde - Berlin
Süsse Sünde (Sweet Sins) walk-up ice cream counter across the street for desert (try “Schoko-Chili-Sauerkirsch” aka Chocolate Chili Sour Cherry, “Pfirsich-Lavendula” aka Peach-Lavender, etc…
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Cafe Fleury - Berlin
Cafe Anna Blum, Berlin
Café Anna Blum a mere 1.1 miles away (a very pleasant 25 minute stroll) on the happening Kollwitzplatz (Kollwitz Square) where you can easily while away several hours, as we did where this quick sketch and watercolor was created. Read more here.
Sowohl Als Auch Restaurant and Coffee House - Berlin
Another wonderful place to sit and while away time is at a sister location to Café Anna Blume, the “SowohlAlsAuch” restaurant and coffee house, diagonally across the street. Our team (that would be Therese) remains on a quest for the best cheesecake in Berlin, and while we cannot state for the record this location has the best cheesecake anywhere, it certainly ranks in the top tier. Testing continues of course. Read more here.
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The Stasi Museum Leipzig is where the Stasi had its headquarters in one of former East Germany’s important industrial cities.read more
View a 360-degree image of the spectacular colors during the Berlin Festival of Lights in Bebel Platz.read more
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Many hundreds died in the Hohenschönhausen Stasi memorial prison in Berlin during its operation, with several hundred thousand spending time there as prisoners over its 40+ years. You can only visit with a guide, many of whom were former prisoners.read more