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".
Black Isle Bakery
From the outside the café looks more like a gallery: With inconspicuous lettering on the window, white walls and beautiful flowers. Ruth creates a very welcoming atmosphere. The Black Isle Bakery is a café and bakery, where you can enjoy fantastic cakes combined with tasty coffee.
Linienstraße 54, 10119 Berlin (Mitte), firstname.lastname@example.org, Station: U8 Rosenthaler Platz, Tue–Fr 8:00–17:00, Sat, Sun 10:00–17:00, pic by Robert Rieger
This café offers creamy, smooth and refreshing nitro coffee, which means they have built a system of pipes and taps that runs under the bar into cold stores. This allows them to keep a close eye on their onsite produced nitro brews. They also offer tasty and refreshing nitro tea and started a nitro-brewing operation and coffee cocktails. Get ready to be surprised!
Neue Bahnhofstraße 32, 10245 Berlin (Friedrichshain), email@example.com, Station: S3, S5, S7, S8, S9, S41, S42, S85 Ostkreuz, Mon–Fr 8:30–18:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–18:00
To find this breakfast paradise you have to walk down the Sonnenallee and leave the Arabic and Turkish part behind you. Since 2017 Martin and Orkan from Holy Coffee serve coffee friends fine coffee and delicious breakfast.The coffee comes from Andraschko, Bonanza or Röststätte, which makes Holy Coffee always the place where to be for top-notch coffee in Berlin.
Sonnenallee 132, 12059 Berlin (Neukölln), firstname.lastname@example.org, www.holycoffee.de, Station: U7 Rathaus Neukölln, M41 Geygerstraße, Mon–Fr 7:00–20:00, Sat–Sun 9:00–20:00
This café is located right next to a cemetery in the middle of Neukölln, away from the busy streets. Here nothing is ordinary: a beautiful courtyard and a graceful chapel with high ceilings and a good strong coffee. In the center of Berlin Neukölln, a modern place of well-being emerges in old walls. Through a "room-in-room" concept old is preserved and supplemented by new. The story is counteracted by the active introduction of plants as the main element of a counter-pole. 21 gramm offers a three-page breakfast menu, which includes everything from mixed platters to pancakes, egg dishes and gluten-free and vegan mueslis. They also ensure an early intervention in the production process and high quality in the preparation from the very first moment.
Hermannstraße 179, 12049 Berlin, +49 30 76 79 58 10, email@example.com, www.21gramm.berlin, Tue–Thu, Sun 10:00–22:00, Fr–Sat 10:00–0:00
Five Elephant Kreuzberg
Besides making the best cheesecake in Berlin, Five Elephant is famous for excellent coffee roasts.
Reichenberger Straße 101, 10999 Berlin, +49 30 69 50 74 44, answers@ fiveelephant.com, Station: U1 Görlitzer Bahnhof, Mon–Fr 8:30–19:00, Sat–Sun 10:00–19:00
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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