Kunst-Werke is a popular German art gallery and multipurpose space furthering the ends of contemporary art. Its central cafe, Cafe Bravo, is the perfect place to relax in the middle of a busy day of museum and gallery hopping. Located in the backyard of the KW Institute, Bravo is housed in a glass cube created by artist Dan Graham and architect Hanne Nalbach. The interiors are bathed in muted yellows, grays and blues, with chic furniture and a huge mirror that lends extra space to an already airy and spacious environment. The food may be simply adequate, but the coffee selection pairs nicely with the art and culture magazines strewn about. The outdoor area around Bravo’s cube is constantly redesigned and relandscaped by Atelier Le Balto. Bring your kids here too, since the Institute has plenty of activities for younger art enthusiasts.