This is the second part of the new category on Journey to Design summarizing the
best restaurants for people who are into design and into food, one city at a time!
When I "researched" for the first post about Hamburg (aka forced my friends to have dinner with me at every nice restaurant in town), I realized that
there are way too many nice restaurants in Hamburg to fit in one story.
So this is part two of “Hungry for design” featuring Alpenkantine, Altes Mädchen and Elbgold in Hamburg.
this is a new category on Journey to Design summarizing the best restaurants for
people who are into design and into food, one city at a time!
And what could be a better start for that than my hometown Hamburg?
This is part one of “Hungry for design” featuring the restaurants
Bullerei, Witwenball and Marend in Hamburg.
If you could design a space for the café that makes the best cakes in town and is specialized in decorations, what would it look like?
Have you been to a café and asked the waiter if you could buy their cutlery, furniture or decorations because you liked it so much?
Well, I have and every time they said no and that's why I was really excited when I
found Salon wechsel dich. This hard to pronounce name means something like "swap salon".
Their concept is so simple that I was wondering how I did not have this idea myself:
You can buy everything you see: the chair you sit on, the candle holders and even the plate your delicious sweet waffles are served on. They also have a shelf for smaller pieces like jewellery or handbags with a great selection that I haven't found anywhere else yet.
By now you guys probably know that I'm not a fan of posh beach clubs and would rather go for a free night of bonfires and drinks on the beach most days.