Ladies and Gentleman, das Prinzessinnenpalais in Berlin wird zur ersten Adresse für die Kunst-‚ Kultur- und Sportaktivitäten der Deutschen Bank zusammen mit einer neuen Gastronomie von Kofler & Kompanie: https://t.co/61c0KefG5d
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18000 PLATES, 75 EMPLOYEES, 250 KILOGRAM MUSTARD - Let's summarize this year Olympic Games in PyeongChang 😋. Can't wait for the Paralympics, starting March 8th, but for now our team is enjoying a well-deserved break in South Korea. https://t.co/cFhgfQeAsp
CAFÉ SCHMUS AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM BERLINCafé Schmus at the Jewish Museum Berlin is open to both museum visitors and guests who are not visiting the exhibition. The aromatic cuisine takes traditional Jewish cuisine in a new creative direction. Pork, shellfish, and crustaceans are generally not served, though preparation is not kosher. A balanced breakfast buffet and fresh coffee specialities are served in the morning and a range of regional and Mediterranean delicacies from around midday. Visitors can also enjoy a snack between exhibition segments or relax with a coffee and home-made cake or cookies after their visit.Café Schmus is in the old building of the Jewish Museum next to the light-bathed glass courtyard and borders an extensive garden, which is a real sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the big city in summertime: 3,000 square metres in area, the garden has a pergola, deck chairs, meadows with ornamental apple trees and a plane tree grove.The café areas can also be hired exclusively for events outside museum opening hours in the evenings. As preferred partner we will be delighted to host your events on the exclusive premises of the Jewish Museum Berlin. The Daniel Libeskind-designed glass courtyard of the museum is ideal for day and evening events for up to 650 guests.
THE JEWISH MUSEUM BERLIN
EVENTS AT THE JEWISH MUSEUM The exclusive rooms of the Jewish Museum offer a wealth of options for events, from receptions with select guests to gala dinners in the light-bathed glass courtyard by Daniel Libeskind. All the rooms are in the baroque old building constructed between 1734 and 1735, which is adjacent to Libeskind’s celebrated new building. In summer you can also enjoy the extensive museum garden behind the glass courtyard. Amaze your guests with a very special location that is simply overflowing with history!