My friend and I both had one hour for lunch. This was an excellent spot for a quick meal (called the "Lunch All At Once").
There are three options; I got the basic/cheapest one (20 bucks all in) which was a bbq chicken sandwich and cream of celery soup. The sandwich and soup change daily. It also comes with parmesan fries and a bag of cookies . I ate the latter a few hours later and they were still soft.
My friend got the pasta option and said she thoroughly enjoyed it. As per the server's recommendation, she subbed the greens for parmesan fries - such a smart decision.
My reso was at 11:30 AM, which helped avoid the rush. Consequently, we got excellent service and our meal showed up within 10 minutes of ordering. We were out around 12:15 feeling full and satisfied. I will definitely be back since the value, convenience and service is top notch.
The new building for the central station Hauptbahnhof was opened in May 2006 and together with Südkreuz (southern cross) and Ostbahnhof (eastern station) - plus minor Gesundbrunnen in the north and Spandau in the west - form the backbone of all connections. All are connected to either S- or U-Bahn (and in the future, both). All trains travel through central station and a second major hub (depending on the destination you travel to or arrive from). Trains in the regional area (Berlin and Brandenburg) mostly use these stations. Regional trains stop at several stations within Berlin.
We rent our space at the historical German Kolping House, located at 165 East 88th Street. Our fall and spring semesters begin in September and January and run for 15 weeks. There are no summer semesters. Private lessons are also available. We celebrate our end of semester classes with a party at our favorite German Restaurant, with invited friends and relatives as well. We march in the German American Steuben Parade every September, and enjoy the afternoon Oktoberfest in Central Park afterwards.
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