Berlin has a thriving farmer’s market community and this Schöneberg institution is one of the best. In the leafy square surrounding the St. Matthias Kirche, the Winterfeldt market teems with life twice a week. Over 250 stalls pack it, stocking some traditional market tat like cheap socks, but primarily high-end gastronomic produce. The emphasis is on the local and seasonal, with stalls specializing in rare ingredients like wild herbs and edible flowers, foraged mushrooms and locally-made salamis. There are plenty of vendors doing cooked food for snacking on the hoof: Bauer Lindner is a porcine institution, the pork bratwursts made from his own organic drove raised in Brandenburg.
|Venue name:||Winterfeldt Markt|
|Opening hours:||Open 8am-2pm Wed; 8am-4pm Sat.|
|Transport:||U1, U2, U3, U4 Nollendorfplatz.|