One of the most unique and exciting cafes in Berlin, Café Bravo is part of the famous Kunst-Werke Berlin Gallery (a space that has strong links with New York’s Museum of Modern Art) and easily missed from the street. Lying inconspicuously at the back of a courtyard and hops garden, the café was originally designed by Dan Graham as a piece of art and, unsurprisingly, Bravo is now the favoured haunt for artists and design students. There are regular exhibitions (changing every two to three months) set inside the cuboid space, which is made entirely of steel and glass and literally fills with light on a sunny afternoon. During summer months Bravo hosts a number of parties and theatre performances, with DJs playing well into the night. Revellers recline around the many tables or inside. Light snacks and fruit shakes are served, all using fresh and healthy ingredients. A real find.