To Mar­ket, To Mar­ket (To Buy A Grilled Steak)

Where Berlin - - DINING -

Of Ber­lin’s 14 mar­ket halls built in the 1800s, only three weren’t com­pletely de­stroyed dur­ing WWII. Two of those have un­der­gone ma­jor ren­o­va­tions in the past years, be­com­ing trendy culi­nary hotspots in Kreuzberg, but one has flown slightly lower on the radar un­til now. The red- bricked Ar­minius Mar­ket Hall in the Moabit neigh­bor­hood still re­tains its his­toric charm, with a har­mo­nious bal­ance between old- school Im­biss snack stands sell­ing clas­sic Wurst and home­made Ger­man food and new, gourmet food of­fer­ings like mi­cro­brewed craft beers. Tasty, meaty Pignut BBQ (www. pignut. de) falls into the lat­ter cat­e­gory as well, cook­ing up Alabama- style BBQ, from hick­ory- smoked ribs and chicken wings to ex­tra- ten­der pulled pork. If you’ve still got some room af­ter the meat feast, Emory’s Cook­ies of­fers the per­fect sweet fin­ish. Th­ese whole­some-yet- de­li­cious oat­meal cook­ies are baked fresh at Pignut’s mar­ket hall lo­ca­tion. Ar­miniusstr. 2– 4. www.arminiushalle.zun­ft­netz.org

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