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Neighborhood food culture pushed out of Berlin’s City West: snack bars are disappearing from the cityscape – districts – Berlin

Our People newsletter brings you, dear readers, news from the twelve districts and has meanwhile been subscribed to more than 263,000 times throughout Berlin. With more than 35,200 subscriptions, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is the most read of our district newsletters and will be published again this Friday, written by our City West expert Cay Dobberke.

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Cay Dobberke has the following topics for you, among others:

  • The Charlottenburg snack bar “Maximilian” on Stuttgarter Platz has closed after more than 60 years. Mining continues every day. According to Doreen Stahlberg from the Berlin “Currywurst-Manufaktur” Maximilian, the long-standing operator – “an elderly man in his 70s” – is retiring. He wanted to hand over the kiosk to a successor and found someone interested in it. “But the district office was against it.” This corresponds to a fundamental position of the office. The Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf city councilor Oliver Schruoffeneger (Greens) no longer wants to accept free-standing snack bars on public roads. “There are enough rooms on the ground floors of buildings,” he says. A grandfathering applied to the snack bar on Stuttgarter Platz – but this was not transferable to a new host. More on this in the newsletter, other topics this time include:
  • Many private corona test centers have to close
  • We report from the district assembly
  • Park guard house at the Lietzensee can finally be renovated
  • Audio guide to German-Jewish traces in Grunewald
  • Win concert tickets
  • Käthe Kollwitz Museum is moving
  • Commercial sports prohibited in public parks
  • Court rejects development of the former tennis courts on Ku’damm

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