Sascha Lissowsky, Brasserie Anouki, Berlin-Charlottenburg

So we were looking forward to it: Sascha Lissowsky, the former head chef of Bühners La Vie*** in Osnabrück, has gone into business for himself with a brasserie serving French home cooking near Stuttgarter Platz on a pretty lousy corner – unless you need a new syringe for your drugs.

Sascha Lissowsky, Brasserie Anouki, Berlin
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CleverShuttle leaves Berlin

CleverShuttle informed:

Unfortunately we have to inform you that CleverShuttle is no longer available in Berlin as of today.

The decision was not easy for us, but under the current circumstances an economical operation is not possible. We would like to thank you and hope to see you again sometime.

Operations in Düsseldorf, Kiel and Leipzig will continue normally. So if you still have credit, you can of course use it for trips to these locations.

Berlin Mobility

Pizza at Francuccis

Pizza is something everybody likes to eat. Like Sushi, it can be tasty, but has nothing in common with the original product. We visited Francuccis at Kudamm. Fraco Francucci was the first who offered Pizza in Berlin. I think, he started in 1962. I am customer since the early 70ties. After school we went there and ate a piece of squared pizza for 1 DM.

Pizza at Francucci
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Drive-in cinema opens in Berlin

Drive-in cinema opens at the Olympia Stadium – other cinemas will follow in July.

The first drive-in cinema in Berlin for many years will soon be open under the name “Carrona” in car park P05 near Olympia Stadium – as a replacement for the cinemas in the city that were closed due to the Corona crisis.
On June 6th, the festival will start with Bibi & Tina (11 am), The Kangaroo Chronicles (3 pm) and Bad Boys for Life (7 pm). Sonic the Hedgehog, Die Fantastische Reise des Dr. Dolittle and Magic Mike XXL will follow on 7 June. On 8 May the musical Grease from 1978 and the science fiction comedy Back to the Future, whose original cinema release will celebrate its 35th anniversary in 2020, will be shown.

There will be screenings every day at 3 and 7 pm and at 11 am on weekends. Admission will cost 25 euros for two spectators in a car, with each additional person in the car paying five euros.

Tickets will be sold online at carrona.de.

A detailed report in German language can be found at tagesspiegel.de.