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...
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...
Betty 'n' Caty is a beautiful little café located right on Wasserturmplatz in Berlin's famous Prenzlauer Berg district. In addition to an extensive breakfast menu...
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...
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 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...

Five minutes’ walking distance from Alexanderplatz. Huge hand-painted film posters hang on the sandstone façade of the postmodern building from the 60’s. Though its architecture is striking from the outside, the building’s most impressive features are found inside. With its magnificent chandeliers, retro eastern European style, red armchairs and huge glass front, the cinema’s foyer is a highlight in itself. Be it premieres or gay parties, this cinema hosts all sorts of events where glamorous VIPs mix with students, film lovers and party people.