When it comes to coffee shops in Berlin, there’s no shortage of chic and trendy spots. These Berlin coffee roasters know what they’re doing and are offering some incredible spaces alongside. From cozy coffee shops to cafes that also serve food, this was one of my favorite parts of Berlin to discover.
What is better paired with specialty coffee than a brilliant space? The design of these third-wave coffee shops is here matches Berlin’s architectural beauty. Each spot unique in their own design, there is always something new to find. After a few days in the city, here is my curated list of the best coffee shops in Berlin.
A Guide to the Best Coffee Shops in Berlin
One of my favorites when we visited, I loved the atmosphere of their cafe. You can even enjoy a really delicious breakfast or brunch here as well. The weekends can be pretty busy so keep in mind you may need to wait for a table when visiting the café.
Address: Bergstraße 68, 10115 Berlin, Germany
Both a cafe and a coffee shop, Father Carpenter’s chic interior is everything you’d expect from Berlin. Carpenter coffee brewers is a win for a strong cup of coffee.
Address: Münzstraße 21, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Five Elephant Kreuzberg
Known not only for coffee but their cakes, this is one of those classic third-wave coffee shops in Berlin. *Note no WiFi.
Address: Reichenberger Str. 101, 10999 Berlin, Germany
Bonanza Coffee Roasters
This for me was the most similar to Australian coffee. Both a well-designed space and a stunning coffee bar, I’d head here to hang for the afternoon. Their coffee is incredible and their roastery is a place you can’t miss. I’d even recommend grabbing a bag of roasted beans to pour your own espresso at home. *Another location in Prenzlauer Berg as well.
Address: Adalbertstraße 70, 10999 Berlin, Germany
This gem is further out of town but well known for its strong flat white.
Address: Gabriel-Max-Straße 4, 10245 Berlin, Germany
THE BARN Cafe
It won “Best Independent European Coffee Shop in 2018” and ever since has been a gamechanger for Berlin’s coffee scene. With a few locations, I’d star them all as it’s uber convenient to find one when you’re out!
Address: Auguststraße 58, 10119 Berlin, Germany
The Greens Coffee and Plants
What pairs better than coffee and plants? Equally beautiful and good, this coffee shop is a gem for those looking for a green oasis.
Address: Am Krögel 2, 10179 Berlin, Germany
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