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Top 11 cafés and restaurants with terraces in Berlin

Dinner al fresco

Café Weyers am Ludwigkirchplatz in Berlin
Café Weyers © visitBerlin, Foto: Dagmar Schwelle

Sitting outside & enjoying the last rays of the sun: Even on Berlin's autumn days you can still sit outside with coffee and cake or a delicious pumpkin soup. That's why we took a look around for you and picked out some restaurants and cafés with large terraces. By the way, we also have some tips for beautiful beer gardens in Berlin.

The Berlin restaurants will be closing at 11 pm on October 10. Please show responsibility, keep your distance, wear your masks and follow the hygiene rules of the restaurants and cafés.

Tip 1: Teehaus im Englischen Garten

In the city, but in the middle of a park. The Teehaus im Englischen Garten is located in the middle of the Tiergarten, perfect for a visit after a long autumn walk through the park. On the terrace overlooking the rose garden you can enjoy a stylish tea time with scones and sandwiches or a delicious quiche.

Where: Altonaer Str. 2, Tiergarten

More information about the Teehaus

Tip 2: Hofcafé Mutter Fourage

On humpbacked cobblestones, small tables stand between the flowers from the nursery and invite you to linger. In the café in the court you can relax and forget the hectic pace of everyday life. In addition to delicious cakes, a delicious breakfast with freshly baked rolls is also tempting. Afterwards you can go shopping in the store "Feine Kost" and then continue on a trip through the beautiful Zehlendorf.

Where: Chausseestr. 15A, Zehlendorf

More information about Hofcafé Mutter Fourage

Tip 3: Giardino Verde

In the middle of the gardens of the world, the Giardino Verde welcomes you with delicious classics of Italian cuisine. When you have walked through the Chinese, Balinese and English gardens, you can fortify yourself with pizza, pasta and gelato on the large terrace. If you visit the gardens of the world, you can also enjoy a stylish tea in the Chinese Tea House.

Where: Gardens of the World, Blumberger Damm 44, Marzahn

More information about the Giardino Verde

Tip 4: Britzer Seeterrassen

In the middle of a park is also our next tip: The Britzer Seeterrassen are located in the Britzer Garten in the south of Berlin. And it's a very special restaurant, because the hill-shaped building is constructed using special techniques and is reminiscent of a Hobbit cave. Outside by the lake, you can let your gaze wander over the water during enjoying a Sunday brunch or seasonal dishes and imagining you are in Middle-earth.

Where: Mohriner Allee, im Britzer Garten 145, Neukölln

More information about the Britzer Seeterrassen

Tip 5: Zollpackhof

The Zollpackhof was already in 1700 the first excursion restaurant in Berlin. And even today it is still worth a trip to the restaurant opposite the Federal Chancellery on the Spree. In addition to a nice beer garden, the rustic restaurant also has a terrace where you can sit outside and enjoy the last rays of the sun. On the menu you will find traditional classics and hearty dishes.

Where: Elisabeth-Abegg-Str. 1, Tiergarten

More information about the Zollpackhof

Tip 6: Fishermans - DAS Fischrestaurant

You can enjoy a delicious meal outdoors at Fishermans - DAS Fischrestaurant in the very north of Berlin. As the name suggests, you can get fresh fish and seafood in all kinds of delicious variations here. In addition, you have a beautiful water view of the Tegeler See. Please order your table in advance and note that the tables are only reserved for two hours.

Where: Eisenhammerweg 2, Reinickendorf

More information about Fishermans - DAS Fischrestaurant

Tip 7:  Café Nord

Are you looking for a cosy place to have breakfast or to warm up after a stroll through the Florakiez? Then Café Nord is the perfect place. On the two balconies to the left and right of the entrance, you can sit outside and enjoy homemade cakes and tarts, a delicious breakfast or something for in between.

Where: Grunowstraße 20, Pankow

More information about the Café Nord

Tip 8: Café Einstein Stammhaus

A Viennese coffee house in the middle of Berlin - with a lot of tradition and history. Café Einstein is one of the great Berlin classics, no wonder as it is a real gem in the heart of the city. In an old villa hides a traditional coffee house with Austrian delicacies such as schnitzel, Tafelspitz, apple strudel and fine coffee specialties. You can also enjoy these in the enchanted garden behind the villa.

Where: Kurfürstenstraße 58, Schöneberg

More information about Café Einstein

Tip 9: Café im Literaturhaus Wintergarten

Similar to Café Einstein, the Café im Literaturhaus is located in a beautiful Wilhelminian style villa, which also houses the Literaturhaus and the well-stocked bookshop Kohlhaas & Company. The villa with its idyllic garden is a small oasis of peace in the hustle and bustle of the city. On the menu are monthly changing dishes and delicious cakes.

Where: Fasanenstraße 23, Charlottenburg

More information about the Café im Literaturhaus

Tip 10: heimlichTreu

This restaurant is perfectly suited for a special occasion. In the restaurant heimlichTreu there are many delicious dishes on the table, which you share together. Inside, the restaurant has a cosy and homely atmosphere, outside you sit cuddly in the typical Berlin backyard and enjoy the fine menu.

Where: Anklamer Straße 38, Mitte

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Tip 11:  Café und Restaurant Weyers

The classic in Wilmersdorf: This is where the whole neighborhood meets around the cozy Ludwigkirchplatz. The restaurant has a large outdoor area directly on the square. In Weyers you get down-to-earth cuisine with tarte flambée and schnitzel - and a beautiful view of the church and the children's playground.

Where: Pariser Str. 16, Wilmersdorf

More information about the Weyers

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doesn't smile on fotos. But in real life she enjoys with a smile in her face Berlin's rich cultural life - the metropolis both in front of and behind the scenes. Her favourite season is the Berlinale, then she spends 10 days watching movies and writing about them in the blog.


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