Microsoft Opens Digital Eatery in Berlin

The new cafeteria brings together technology and culinary arts
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Microsoft's 'Digital Eatery' brings together technology and culinary arts.

Microsoft has opened up a "Digital Eatery" in Berlin. This colorful café-showroom is located on the first floor of Microsoft’s new tech hub "Microsoft Berlin," built in an historic building on Unter den Linden 17. The goal of the new eatery is to bring technology and the culinary arts together, and customers can play around with Microsoft gadgets while enjoying locally sourced dishes from the kitchen, Venture Village reports.

According to a press release, the rotating café menu features dishes made with locally produced, seasonal ingredients. And though the menu isn't up on the Digital Eatery’s homepage yet, it should be available soon. The new restaurant is headed by event caterers Gernot Karger, Elmar Karger , and Björn Kloos..

According to Venture Village, the recently opened café brought in a mixed clientele, as there was "everyone from suits [to] tourists to students trickling in for a coffee and slice of cake."

 

 

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