Wednesday, 13 May 2009

misses & marbles

misses & marbles, a tiny café-cum-gift-shop has opened its doors near helmholtzplatz in prenzlauer berg not so long ago. perfect if you are looking for a small gift or a berlin souvenir that's a bit unusual: say, cookie cutters in the shape of the brandenburg gate oder the television tower or childrens' books entitled 'berlin loves you', featuring döner-stands alongside more predictable sights of the city. also screen-printed t-shirts, hand-made stuffed toys from vintage fabrics and various knick-knacks. colourful and sweet.

homemade cakes and coffee are served here as well.

find it on raumerstr. 36, 10437 berlin (prenzlauer berg), phone 030-49 78 62 82, open mon-sat 10-19h, sun 11-18h. 


Joyce said...

I love the name of this shop especially the coffee and cakes. Enjoy!

Jeannette said...

And another great tip!
Mark gave me recently the Berlin will be filled with all your posts. ;)
Looking forward to your post on Pfaueninsel.
Liebe Grüsse, Jeannette

Guusje said...

Sounds great, shop and drink coffe at the same time! I collect cookiecutters, so they'll have my vote.

Simple pleasure said...

Wat een leuk zaakje, en dat je er dan ook nog koffie kan drinken GEWELDIG!
Groetjes Jo.

Anonymous said...

oh, what a great shop! i think i could spend HOURS there!

i'll be right over!

Polly said...

little shops like this one has sprung across London as well... for some reason I'm not a fan.

sara said...

looks so nice

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I wish I could have the same shop near my place ...

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