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1. Julep's New York Bar & RestaurantGiesebrechtstraße 3, Berlin
2. The BirdAm Falkplatz 5, Berlin
3. Nalu DinerDunckerstr. 80a, Berlin
4. Room 77Graefestr. 77, Berlin
5. White Trash Fast FoodSchönhauser Allee 6/7, Berlin
6. Hamburger HeavenGraefestraße 93, Berlin
7. Zsa Zsa BurgerMotzstr. 28, Berlin
Is you're in Berlin and feel like being in a comfortable American pub, check out Julep's, which has brick walls, wood countertops & fat juicy burgers.
Opened by a pair of dudes from the Big Apple, The Bird brings a little New York dive ambience to Berlin, pouring brews and serving grub like burgers, steaks, and chicken wings.
This is basically and American diner, through and through, serving a host of classic breakfast options, as well as a juicy burger and also serving drinks in cheap plastic cups (free refills!).
At Room 77, not only do they do good ol' fashioned American food, they do it super-American Texas-style. Here you'll find burgers complete with guac, jalapeños, and Tabasco. George W. Bush would be proud to eat here.
Given the name, it should be no surprise that this Prenzlauer Berg spot has a penchant for gigantic, artery-clogging burgers. But what is Bruce-Willis-was-dead-the-entire-time level shocking about White Trash Fast Food is that it also acts as -- get this -- a tattoo parlor and a club that features an endless rotation of DJs, parties, and live events.
Since eating burgers is basically heaven in the first place, you could say this resto is aptly named. Their German chef cooked in San Fran for four years and after realizing how well an American burger joint could do in Berlin, he brought it there. BTW, everything in the resto is homemade from the ketchup to the burger buns.