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Drei Schwestern

Fine food and primitive rock ‘n’ roll. An extraordinary setting with a biblical character, and for dessert some thirsty nuns, a chocolate and hazelnut cake with alcohol in.

Drei Schwestern is located in the Bethanien house, built in 1847 on Mariannenplatz, nowadays an artists’ residence. This castle-like building with high towers looks like it could be Count Dracula’s home. It used to be a deaconesses hospital, so maybe Dracula himself did come by at some point to quench his thirst. Nowadays the only blood you can get here is that of a rare cooked and delicious entrecôte. Vegetarians shouldn't worry, though: they also serve, for example, a creamy and tasty Käsespätzle, a specialty from southern Germany similar to pasta.

Seated in a big room of white magnificent walls with rounded arches, you can eat like an aristocrat but at Berliner prices (read: reasonable). Drei Schwestern also serves breakfast on the weekends and lunch everyday. At the Kleine Schwester next door you can get ice cream and cakes.

Savor the quiet garden in the summertime while you cool off in the shadow of a tree. Head at dusk to the neighboring open-air movie theater. Who knows, maybe tonight they are showing the classic from 1922 Nosferatu?


Drei Schwestern
Mariannenplatz 2
10997 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Opening hours
Tue-Sun 11am-11pm
+49 (0)30 600 318 600
  • U1U8 Kottbusser Tor
Wheelchair access
52.5038992°N 13.4262238°E

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