Welcome to Berlin's coffee wonderland: As I recently published a CoffeeBerlin guide to Berlin’s best craft coffee bars. I have scoured the streets of Berlin to bring you the very best cafés to go for great coffee.
The CoffeeBerlin guide to Berlin’s best craft coffee bars. I hope the CoffeeBerlin map will inspire you to visit exciting coffee bars around the German capital. The map is a must-have for all true coffee enthusiasts!
Featuring experimental conceptual coffee laboratories like Happy Barista, artistic cafés like Oslo Kaffebar and minimalist modern coffee shops, I hope my list will satisfy all your coffee needs and inspire you to visit new cafés in Berlin. Here you have already my "Top 5 coffee spots in Berlin".
Silo has a nice selection of roasted coffee that you can also purchase at the shop. The staff are really friendly and speak English. For breakfast you can choose from organic eggs, bread, fresh fruit, vegetables, quinoa and pancakes! It gets busy though - even on a Tuesday morning at 10:00 it was jam-packed, so make sure you have time to spare when visiting.
Gabriel-Max Straße 4, 10245 Berlin (Friedrichshain), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.silo-coffee.com, Station: U5 Samariterstraße, daily 8:30–17:00
Populus Coffee is an independent specialty coffee roastery based in Neukölln. It is owned by a Finnish family and known for its excellent coffee and delightful breakfast with a Finnish twist. The café serves elaborate and on point coffee with great breakfast options. From here you can take a stroll along the canal to the street market at Maybachufer on Sunday or the Turkish Market on Friday.
Maybachufer 20, 12045 Berlin (Neukölln), +49 172 98 84 176, email@example.com, www.populuscoffee.de, Station: M171 Pflügerstraße, Tue–Fr 9:00–18:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–18:00
Hallmann & Klee
This café was always packed and is now more a restaurant (hopefully it once again changes back into a lovely cafe as well..). The owner Sarah is in the kitchen (it's an open kitchen so you can see) and prepares everything with love. They do have a Michelin meanwhile, so it is a fancy restaurant where you can celebrate special occasions. They open from Tuesday til Sunday from 18:00, but still offer delicious coffee and sweet treats. Just the way you like it. As it recently changed from cafe to restaurant, I still keep it in this article ;).
Böhmische Straße 13, 12055 Berlin (Neukölln), www.hallmann-klee.de, Station: S41, S42 Sonnenallee, lovely on the weekend!
Cookies and Co
Mira and Ori from Cookies and Co bake really delicious, juicy and crispy cookies. Chocolate chip, white chocolate with cranberries, double chocolate with walnuts and organic peanut butter cookies, you name it. Just by looking at all these chocolate options, here you can enjoy something sweet while you're touring through Berlin. Chocolate and cocoa is from Callebaut and comes from Belgium. My favorite in this shop is the chocolate shot (cold or hot chocolate in a cookie form). Only in Berlin.
Senefelderstraße 4, 10437 Berlin (Prenzlauer Berg), cookiesandco.eatbu.com, Station: S41, S42, S46 Prenzlauer Allee, Wed–Fr 9:00–18:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–18:00
"What can I say about Aprilkind? Are you looking for coffee? Breakfast? Brunch? Lunch? Ok, I will stop with the annoying questions, as you probably have already understood is that Aprilkind is not only a café, but also a place to eat, drink, work if you are a free lancer, meet your friends for a nice lunch or a tasty smoothie. Their best thing on the menu is the omelette with potatoes, olives and avocado slices. They also have plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans. Best drink is the strawberry fresh lemonade. Staff is extremely friendly — they will treat you like a friend.
Simon-Dach-Straße 15, 10245 Berlin (Friedrichshain), +49 176 47 70 04 57, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.aprilkind-Berlin.de, Station: U1, U3 Warschauer Straße, Mon–Fr 8:00–19:00, Sat–Sun 9:00–19:00
The CoffeeBerlin map is a must-have for all true coffee enthusiasts! Featuring experimental conceptual coffee laboratories like Happy Barista, artistic cafés like Oslo Kaffebar and minimalist modern coffee shops, I hope my list will satisfy all your coffee needs, whilst providing three walks to explore Berlin thus combining a good read, art and exercise with always the guarantee of one or two excellent coffee pit stops. The CoffeeBerlin map will support a journey of discovery as you explore this vibrant city; shaped by its unique history, cosmopolitan population, growing international tech scene and renowned laid-back, fun and welcoming attitude.
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