Nomiya

I recently enjoyed a Mädelsabend at a popular Haidhausen haunt; Nomiya. Here’s how I described it in my Design*Sponge Munich City Guide:“The unofficial “main drag” of Haidhausen is Wörthstrasse, which houses several restaurants and shops and on warmer evenings, hosts a nice street buzz. Some of these worth visiting include NoMiya, which offers tasty Japanese food…

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Cafe Flair

Expect to hear a lot about Haidhausen in upcoming posts. I recently decided to get out of the house and found a gemeinschaftsbüro (shared working space) on Pariserstrasse between Pariserplatz and Wörthstrasse. My old day job was in Haidhausen, so the neighborhood is not new to me, but I usually haunted the portion west of…

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München Gets Crafty

Craft Nights abound! If you are hankering to do something handmade, there are lots of new options up around town to get out and get crafty with others. Etsy Handmade Nights – Thanks to Etsy Germany, Munikum and HEi, regular craft nights have been taking place monthly, pretty regularly since summer of 2011. For a…

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Wiesengrund

There is a slightly hidden corner of Haidhausen, right off Bordeauxplatz that I always forget about, which is silly because it is full of hidden gems, one of which is Wiesengrund. A small intimate place to have a good meal or a nice regional glass of wine, Wiesengrund is low key and has a bit…

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Handmade in Munich

I recently got a convo in my Etsy box from a guy looking for stores in Munich that sell handmade, specifically Etsy handmade products. Here is how I answered him: Hello, Well you aren’t bothering me at all, and as a matter of fact I do know of some shops in Munich that sell handmade…

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