A Shopping and Food Guide to Neukölln

photo: Gary Lafargue for Neukölln Shopping Nacht

From vintage to design, edgy brands to accessories or even records to food, Neukölln has become a multifaceted shopping district. We’ve checked out a bunch of them lately  to create a little guide to Neukölln for you guys because we hardly ever feature this youthful and blooming district of Berlin that especially the foreigners and expats love so much. So have a look at our selection of places in our Neukölln Guide after the jump. If you are looking for even more recommendations in Neukölln we recently published The Vintage Path Neukölln tour on our Friendly Berlin App with a great itinerary to spend a day in this beloved district in the name of vintage.

Aurelia Paumelle

Comfortable, easy, contemporary streetwear for men – made in Berlin!

Sanderstr. 4, Mon-Sat 14-20h

This is a brand new shop! Opening Night on November 1st 2014, 16-22h.

Sing Blackbird

Vintage Shop and cafe with lots of vegan options. One of the first places of its kind in Neukölln. Don’t miss their vintage fleamarkets and annual parties!

Sanderstr. 11, Mon-Sun 12-20h


Selling local fair trade label format as well as other small Berlin brands.

Weserstr. 191, Mon-Sat 11-19h


Upcycles and vintage fashion mixed with their own brand and other local designers. Both fashion and jewellery.

Weichselstr. 59, Mon-Fri 13-20h, Sat 13-18h

Gaston Tapas Bar

Spanish tapas bar right in the middle of the buzz of all the bars and shops of Weserstraße.

Weichselstr. 18, Mon-Sun 15-02h

Rag & Boneman

Floral and interior decoration shop, selected vintage boutique and cafe, as well as cultural collaborative space that hosts supper clubs, exhibitions and other types of events.

Briesestr. 9, Mon & Tue-Fri 13-19h, Sat 13-18h

Veist Kleidergeschichten

Every second hand garmet at Veist tells a story, find out what your new piece is telling you!

Selchower Str. 32, Mon-Fri 14-20h, Sat 12-18h

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