This former landmark of the New Objectivity movement has been put through an extensive renovation process to become Berlin’s latest cultural laboratory, housing both cultural and gastronomic offerings that pay credence to the building’s Jewish roots. Three galleries on the top floor cater to contemporary and conceptual works, while the ground floor is dedicated to Jewish food and some serious noshing. There’s a New York-styled Jewish deli, Mogg & Melzer, as well as the Kosher Classroom, which serves kosher meals and traditional Shabbat dinners on Fridays. Rounding out the culinary roster is the restaurant Pauly Saal, set up by the Grill Royal team, which features reinterpretations of classic German cuisine of the ‘20s and ‘30s. Weimar never felt more alive than here.