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Berlin Resto on the Quieter Side

VivreManger | Mar 18, 201504:05 PM     2

I am planning a evening meal with three colleagues to discuss academic research during a conference in Berlin next week. I have identified the following as possible choices:

Jolesch, Wirtshaus zum Mitterhofer, Felix Austria, Herz & Niere, Weinbar Rutz (winebar as opposed to restaurant).

I suspect that the winebar at Weinbar Rutz would be the nosiest. Where would the others be on the spectrum from funeral to rock concert?

Herz & Niere looks like the most interesting, but would it be quiet enough for four middle aged academics to hear each other speak?

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