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Craft beer bar hopping through Leipzig

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Goldhopfen façade. (Photo © Chrissy Orlowski)
Goldhopfen façade. (Photo © Chrissy Orlowski)

“As a big fan of drinking different styles and creations of craft beer, I was happy to find a few great spots here in Leipzig. I explore three different places in this article, and include a story sharing my experiences with each of their beer cultures.”

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LiveGlo Budget Bites: Nordsee

in Food/My Leipzig

When Felix met Henry by the fish sandwich place.

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How to eat your way through Rome

in Food/Travel
An American foodie's favorite stops during her delicious tour through Rome, Italy.
An American foodie's favorite stops during her delicious tour through Rome, Italy.

Italy is obviously known for its amazing food, and Rome is no exception. But what exactly should you eat, and where should you get it??

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Pizza LAB: a slice of Leipzig life

in Food/My Leipzig
An evening at Pizza LAB in Leipzig Lindenau - like a house party. Photo: Tayyibe Armagan
An evening at Pizza LAB in Leipzig Lindenau - like a house party. Photo: Tayyibe Armagan

You lust after the wooden slabs with the steaming veggie pizza pies they’ve got in tow, following them with your eyes.

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Celebrating the Church, cemetery and beer

in What's on
In case you haven't heard, there's a big Catholic celebration going on in Leipzig. And it's happened literally 100 times before. But if the Church isn't your thing, you can still visit the lovely Südfriedhof Cemetery, which also has a big anniversary this week and special events to go with it. And you can also go and have a beer (or 10) at the Leipzig Beer Festival going on right next door, at the Völkerschlachtdenkmal. https://leipglo.com
The Südfriedhof Cemetery is turning 130 years old and throwing a bash. Photo by Ana Ribeiro.

Church before beer, you’re in the clear?

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LeckerLeipzig: Hit the B10

in Community/Food/Leipzig tips
Screenshot from the B10 Web site.

The chef “traded a life filled with celebs (e.g. Lenny Kravitz and Hillary Clinton) for a steady life in Leipzig, so he could be with his little girl. And for his second lovechild, B10, he settled on our very own Number 10, at Beethovenstraβe.”

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