“I learned this little architectural trick from building squats,” Nick Kater tells me as we climb up to a raised platform in the back of the shop. On top, there’s a faded vintage couch and a few black-and-white framed photos leaning against the wall. It’s not quite a second story, but it’s close, with a similar platform across the room performing the same function. How long did he live in Berlin squats exactly? “Oh, about a decade.” With his full-sleeve tattoos, Kater doesn’t look like your typical deli co-owner, but then, Schlomo’s Bagels isn’t your typical deli. To start with, its mere existence in Berlin is something of an anomaly. Though a number of local bakeries have started carrying “bagels”[…]