Cafés

Cafés

Whether friendly service or simple self-service. With home-made cakes or for a quick latte macchiato on the barstool – there are uncountable cafés in Berlin, whether you just want to sit and relax or take a short break between dates. Many coffee houses offer WLAN Internet access and power sockets for laptops. And when the sun shines virtually every café puts out chairs for the guests to enjoy the lovely weather.

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Beer tavern and restaurant in Berlin-Mitte. You can order a solid meal or enjoy the sunday brunch. At 6 pm, beer is dealed as shares at the wall street. The price...
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Lassen Sie sich von unserer reichhaltigen und wechselhaften Küche inspirieren. Gerne servieren wir Ihnen auch unsere Speisen bei gutem Wetter auf unserer sonnigen...
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Insider tip! The TV Tower restaurant serves breakfast from 10 am to 12 noon. The restaurant revolves once or twice per hour.
The Eismanufaktur Berlin is one of the most famous ice cream chains in Berlin. The most centrally-located café is in Berlin-Mitte. The Eismanufaktur ice cream shop lies...
A few paces from the Oberbaumbrücke, ice cream afficionados seek out this little gem of a café. The owner, Ismail Aldemir, regularly produces new varieties, since he...
Why not spend the whole day here? Start with an extensive breakfast buffet, then enjoy a selection of hearty hot food for lunch or dinner. Relax over coffee and cakes in...
Painstaking work has transformed this old, traditional bakery into a small, cosy café with a summer terrace. In addition to the ice cream and cake creations made on site...
If the name conjures up lazy, sunny weekends, you won't be disappointed when you see the Hollywood-style swing chairs: if you're feeling stressed, this long-established...
Anna Blume offers both culinary and floral specialities in a welcoming atmosphere. Fresh food, homemade cakes, aromatic coffee and an extensive breakfast menu are just...
Delicious, homemade ice cream is a real gem in Schöneberg. Many unusual varieties such as raspberry-rose, cream cheese with fig and blueberry-cream make it hard to...
As soon as you enter the shop, you are surrounded by the heavenly aromas of freshly ground coffee. Berliner Kaffeerösterei, one of the last remaining private coffee...
Nothing is more Berlin than a freshly drawn Berliner Pilsner. Experience the wonderful world of Berliner Pilsner now! More information here: www.berlin-wunderbar.de
A peaceful oasis in the middle of Kreuzberg—in the evening hours, at the pond, one can sit wonderfully in the hollow and enjoy ice cream alongside the sun rays and water...
This oldest of all of the cafes in the area has become a favourite hang-out for the gay and lesbian community. Here is where people meet up for a first-rate breakfast...
This café is a long-established culinary institution in the Bleibtreustraße. An ideal place to relax and read a newspaper, but also to spend warm summer evenings. While...
The original building of Café Einstein feels just like a fashionable Viennese coffeehouse: here first class coffee is served on a tray in a seductive, friendly manner as...
The Einstein Unter den Linden is one of the most famous coffee houses in Berlin – it’s not an uncommon sight to see politicians and media representatives drinking their...
A tasty bit of German-Jewish history can be found at Café Elfenbein, a coffee house on Kastanienallee combining the arts of good coffee and Middle Eastern baking....
A traditional Berliner coffee house at the Zoologischen Garten with nostalgic flair and a magnificent view; with the elevator, wheelchair users can ride into the café...
All day long, tourists and Berliners alike come to Café Orange, which is located on trendy Oranienburger Straße, to enjoy its sumptuous menu. It is also a favourite...
100% natural feasting in the first Berliner organic café: in the lush Lichterfelde, a large selection of certified organic products await café visitors, among them, ice-...
In honour of the Pfennig. And the Deutschmark. Café Sieben was established on October 30, 1998. And the Deutschmark is still an accepted currency (the euro too). Quite...
Colourful bouquets, a traditional interior and the scent of cinnamon and classic Scandinavian pastries exude romance at the Café Valentin. Aromatic coffees and teas,...
Vegans will really get their money’s worth in “Café Vux” in Neukölln: the menu here includes tarts, cakes, cupcakes, bagels and constantly changing soups – everything is...
Right in the heart of Berlin at the Potsdamer Arkaden, you can enjoy a delicious coffee and/or many flavours of ice cream. The ice cream at Caffè e Gelato is made in the...
Traditional Italian ice cream-making skill is harnessed here to meet modern day requirments for quality and ingredients. Whether the dish is the exotic 'King Barbarossa...
When visiting the Gardens of the World in Marzahn Recreational Park don't forget to have a cup of tea at the Chinese garden. You can attend a traditional tea ceremony...
Frozen yoghurt has long since ceased to be an insider’s tip for those concerned about their calorie intake. But the creamier variant, creamy frozen home-made yoghurt,...
Däri got its start as the first gourmet dairy in central Berlin. Its high quality standards have quickly established Däri's reputation for its unique frozen yoghurt. Now...
A yummy breakfast in the morning. Sushi or Thai cuisine at lunchtime. And cocktails and cool electro sounds in the evening. "Mutter" (mother) has it all. The restaurant-...

Located directly on the water, this romantic, relaxed and comfortable restaurant is decorated with wooden furniture, old lamps and ornate picture frames. Simply put, Freischwimmer is a cool location in Kreuzberg’s Flutgraben area. The restaurant is in a very old building that was once used for renting and repairing boats. The entrance is directly next to Berlin’s oldest gas station. You can sit outdoors during the summer and indoors during the winter.