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Winkelen in Coevorden en Emlichheim

Omdat we onze vakanties vaak doorbrengen in het mooie Drenthe komen wij ook vaak in Coevorden en net over de grens in Emlichheim. Daarom leek het ons zinnig op dit weblog een aantal links te zetten die het makkelijker maken om daar eens rond te kijken. Het is beslist de moeite waard.

We hebben de links onderverdeeld in winkels, attracties, restaurants, en de omgeving van Emlichheim. Als jullie even jullie mail adres hier achterlaten mailen we de links aan jullie door.

Vanaf het Centraal Station loop je direct een van de populairste winkelgebieden in. De Spitalgasse en Marktgasse bieden een ruim aanbod in diverse winkels. Prachtige etalages van exclusieve merkkledingwinkels wisselen de schattige boetiekjes af. Wanneer je met een volle geldbeugel de Spitalgasse en Marktgasse onveilig gaat maken, vergeet dan vooral de kleine ‘kelder-winkeltjes’ niet. Hier vindt je de meest uiteenlopende en internationaal georiënteerde prullen en hebbedingetjes tegen redelijke prijsjes. Ook op de Spitalgasse en Martkgasse is winkelen in alle weersomstandigheden mogelijk vanwege de arcaden die je nooit in de regen zullen laten staan!

Bärenplatz

Auf dem Bärenplatz findet man ganzjährlich Schnittblumen und Frischprodukte. Setzlinge oder doch lieber ein Blumenstrauss? Rot, Gelb, Rosa? An den Gemüseständen duftet es wie in Mutters Gärtchen nach frischen Kräutern und alles was das kulinarische Herz begehrt. Darf’s süsch no öppis si? Denn auch hier ist die Auswahl gross und reich an In- und Ausländischen Erzeugnissen. Wer schon beim Einkaufen den kleinen Hunger packt, verpflegt sich noch an einer der vielen Imbissbuden von süss bis deftig. Geniessen sie die Stimmung die durch das Marktleben- und die Leute versprüht wird und besuchen uns bald wieder.

Markttage:
Von November bis März  Dienstags 08.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Samstag 08.00 – 16.00 Uhr

Von April bis Oktober  Dienstag 08.00 – 20.00 Uhr
Mittwoch 08.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Freitag 08.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Samstag 08.00 - 16.00

Het overdekte winkelcentrum is een vijf verdiepingen groot compact winkelcentrum met ongeveer 100 winkels. De winkels bieden een goede mix tussen de bekende winkelketens en de speciaalzaken. Op het gebied van mode zijn de bekende ketens zoals C&A, H&M, Engbers en New Yorker aanwezig.

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maandag-zaterdag  9:30 uur – 20.00 uur

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French chef Pierre Gagnaire has enough Michelin stars to his name to have a small constellation named after him, and Les Solistes is his latest effort at the new Waldorf-Astoria in Charlottenburg. An anodyne luxury hotel interior is quickly forgotten once the splendid

Tim Raue

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Local Kreuzberg lad done extremely well, Tim Raue has been extremely busy of late: his flagship picked up a second star from the bods at Michelin, he curated the Thai concept restaurant at the Adlon Kempinski hotel as well as opening La Soupe Populaire, an upmarket

Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26, 10969

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Inside a brutalist apartment building at the top end of Uhlandstrasse, Gal Ben-Moshe has been spinning straw into culinary gold. The Israeli-born chef cut his chops under two of molecular gastronomy’s leading lights, Claudi Bosi at Hibiscus and Grant Achatz of

Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26, 10623

Hugos

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Probably Berlin's best restaurant right now, and with the awards to prove it. Chef Thomas Kammeier juxtaposes classic haute cuisine with an avant-garde new German style. Dishes such as cheek of ox with beluga lentils and filled calamares bring out the best of a mature

Hotel Intercontinental, Budapester Strasse 2

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3 Minutes sur Mer

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On a slightly less trodden stretch of Torstrasse – a little past Rosenthaler Platz – a splendid sequence of restaurants are flying the flag for French cooking. One of the first to open was the expensive brasserie Bandol sur Mer, which in typically French fashion

Torstrasse 166, 10115

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Der Goldene Hahn

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This local’s stalwart combines the prevailing Kreuzberg taste for zany vintage with the more typical cosy trattoria look, and inside you’ll find a solid wine list and Italian favourites. The dining room veers between the twee (an antique apothecary with hundreds of

Pücklerstraße 20

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Das Lokal

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Das Lokal comes from fine heritage: formerly Kantine, a cult pop-up of sorts which had occupied a space earmarked for demolition in David Chipperfield’s architectural office. Their relocation to a permanent location on Linienstrasse sees the restaurant decorated with

Linienstraße 160, 10115

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Bar Raval

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The economic struggles of many European countries has seen a steady stream of young migrants coming to Berlin in recent years – and the upside is a palpable surge of energy in the local culinary landscape. Nowhere is this more visible than in the ‘New Spanish

Lübbener Straße 1, Ecke Görlitzer Strasse, 10997

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Sasaya

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One of the city’s greatest culinary gripes is the poor availability of fresh fish, something blamed on geography but more likely to do with local tastes traditionally running to the freshwater varieties or smoked and pickled preserves. This poses a challenge for

Lychener Straße 50, 10437

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Jolesch

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Some of the greatest spots for Germanic food in Berlin are actually Austrian: classic dishes such as Wiener Schnitzel (which is with veal) and Tafelspitz (braised beef) originate in Vienna, the ancient Imperial centre of Europe. One of the best-loved restaurants for

Muskauer Straße 1, 10997

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The Bird

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Head to The Bird up in Prenzlauer Berg (now opening a second branch in Kreuzberg) for a dip into that emotional, American relationship with beef. A dip, in the literal sense, as the menu hectors diners to ditch the ‘uptight’ knife and fork (rolls of kitchen towel

Am Falkplatz 5

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Da Baffi

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Many of what people consider the most ‘classic’ of Italian dishes hails from Emilia Romagna and an Italo-Dutch couple of have been serving up the real deal at this Wedding favourite since 2011. Low-hanging lamps, vintage furniture and charming flowers adorn each

Nazarethkirchstraße 41, 13347

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Gasthaus Figl

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The Eckekneipe (corner pub), has always been part of the Berlin fabric, but much like London’s original pubs, is suffering. You’ll still see them dotted around back streets, bearded men in sleeveless denim jackets propping up the smoky bar. Figl occupies a former

Urbanstrasse 47, 10967

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Budget food

Aroma

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You’ll find Berlin’s little Chinatown in Charlottenburg’s Kantstrasse, where a number of Chinese supermarkets, cafes and restaurants serve up various Asian cuisines. If hankering for a dim sum fix, head to Aroma, easily the best in town, where you can have it in

Kantstrasse 58, 10625

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Mogg & Melzer

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Mitte’s gallery scene has been swelled by the regeneration of the Ehemalige Jüdische Mädchenschule (former Jewish girl’s school), built in 1930 and whose walls have borne out the turbulent history of the city. The impressive New Objectivity building houses

Auguststrasse 11-13, 10117

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Volta

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Wedding is Berlin’s second major Turkish area after Kreuzberg. Touted for years as the next happening spot, signs of gentrification are beginning to be visible. Volta opened to much fanfare, especially as it is part-owned by the chef behind Cookies and Cream, the

Brunnenstrasse 73, 13355

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Fischerhutte am Schlachtensee

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Berlin can seem sprawling, with its large GDR housing estates and empty old factories, but it is easy to escape to its surrounding network of beautiful lakes, which have crystal-clear water running through them. Berliners love nothing more than the short trip to lakes

Fischerhüttenstrasse 136

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Cocolo

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Authentic Japanese-style ramen is booming everywhere. Originally imported from China into Japan, the dish consists of three key constituent parts: the base broth (usually made from pork stock), the noodles (varying wildly in size but made with alkaline water giving

Gipsstrasse 3, 10119

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Masaniello

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In Berlin, the Turkish have adapted the formula of the Italian pizza al taglio to dominate the take-away pizza stück (piece) vendors; stück comes pre-prepared on a thicker base and is heated on demand. For something altogether more authentic, head down to Masaniello

Hasenheide 20, 10967

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Ixthys

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Right across from the charming square which hosts Schoeneberg’s excellent Winterfeldtplatz Market, is the excellent Korean eatery Ixthys. Named after the Greek word for fish, a traditional Christian symbol, the two Korean ladies who own the place do more than wear

Pallasstrasse 21

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Monsieur Vuong

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There are many pseudo-Vietnamese restaurants in Berlin on the China-pfanne end of the scale, filling boxes of MSG-laden fried noodles or rice for dirt-cheap prices. Higher-grade places serve restorative noodle soups and curried meats on rice, still in a street-food

Alte Schönhauser Straße 46, 10119

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Fast food

Imren Grill

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A trip to Berlin isn’t complete without sampling the city’s most popular fast food – the Döner kebab. As legend has it, in 1971 one Kadir Nurman decided to adapt the traditional Iskender-style kebab from north-western Turkey to more local tastes by putting it in

Boppstrasse 4, 10967

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Krasselts

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As with many trademark dishes around the world, various German cities claim to have invented the wildly popular Currywurst. Berliners know this is nonsense, and there’s a commemorative plaque on the corner of Kantstrasse and Kaiser-Friedrich-Strasse in Charlottenburg

Steglitzer Damm 22

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Azzam

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In the city that claims to have invented the Döner Kebab, Turkish cuisine reigns supreme, their community by far making up the largest minority, especially around the areas of Kreuzberg and Wedding. There is however, a visible Arab enclave situated mostly along the

Sonnenallee 54, 12045

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Pic Nic 34

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Overlooking Kreuzberg’s alternative hangout park of choice Görlitzer Park, this micro Italian café boasts some of the best salumi (cured meats) in town. The affable owner Gianni opened it in response to pleas from the city’s sizable population of Italian

Wiener Strasse 34, 10999

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CôCô

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In the last few years, hungry office workers from New York to London have been rushing for banh mi, a Franco-Vietnamese sandwich and a novel lunchtime option. It combines fatty pâté and roast pork slices, offset by coriander and the zing of pickled daikon and carrot,

Rosenthalerstraße 2, 10119

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Cafés

Bonanza

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Acolytes of the so-called ‘Third Wave’ of coffee production, Bonanza serves some of the best cups in Berlin. Its proprietors are fastidiously involved at every step of the process, from relationships with suppliers to roasting the beans in-house for freshness and

Oderberger Straße 35, 10435

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Café Einstein Stammhaus

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For a taste of Old World decadence visit this Nollendorfplatz institution set in a neo-Renaissance villa built in the 1870s by a wealthy industrialist. Its heyday saw it used as a gambling den for Weimar-era high society but it’s Jewish owners were soon arrested by

Kurfürstenstrasse 58, 10785

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5 Elephant

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Run by a charming Austro-American couple – she bakes the cakes, he roasts the beans – you can feel the love in this café. Kris learned the coffee trade in New York and brought over a shiny, new Dietrich roaster from the legendary Idaho artisan factory, renowned

ReichenbergerStraße 101

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Bullys Bakery

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Countless column inches have been devoted to the city’s battle with accelerated gentrification and one place to witness it first-hand is over breakfast at Bullys Bakery in hipster mecca, Kreuzkölln. Hysterical news coverage aside, there’s no debating that Daniel,

Friedelstrasse 7

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The Barn

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Both The Barn and The Barn Roastery are shrines to the black bean. Owner Ralf Kueller has even made headlines for his serious approach: the original Mitte location is certainly cosy enough, but when he opened a second, more spacious roastery in Prenzlauer Berg,

Auguststrasse 58, 10119

 

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