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Top 5 coffee shops in Berlin!
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Top 5 coffee shops in Berlin!

You must visit Berlin not only to see the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag or the Berlin Wall but also to enjoy the atmosphere of freedom, to feel life and to be inspired for something new. All this can be done sitting in trendy coffee shops, following the intense life of Berliners. To see how coffee beans are roasted, to eat the best bagel in your life or to drink keto coffee, and at the same time to buy a book or vintage clothes. Travel Mode On gives you the route for real coffee lovers.

Bonanza Coffee Roasters

Bonanza Coffee Roasters
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Address: Adalbertstraße 70

Working hours: Monday – Friday: 9.00 – 18.00, Saturday- Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00.

A coffee shop beloved by society is located in an area that many consider free and youthful, but dangerous at the same time (Kreuzberg). You can watch the transformation of green grain into coffee, to which we are accustomed. What is very convenient and not very typical are separate zones for those who like to use coffee shops as a place to work, and for those who come to relax there. You can ask to make almost any sort of coffee in a cup, moreover, there are open packs in the hall, so if you are interested in how coffee grains look and smell from any country, then you can safely study them!

Father Carpenter

Father Carpenter
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Address: Münzstraße 21

Working hours: Monday – Friday: 09.00 – 18.00; Saturday: 10.00 – 16.00; Sunday is a day off.

The coffee shop is hidden in the courtyard: you turn off the busy street and look into the French courtyard, where the friendly barista in gray linen aprons gallantly points to a free table.  This is a great place for breakfast, where you can try banana bread with peanut butter and raspberries, porridge with vanilla and maple syrup, as well as omelets, toasts, and sandwiches.

Happy baristas

Happy baristas
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Address: Neue Bahnhofstraße 32

Working hours: Monday – Thursday: 8.30 – 18.00; Friday: 8.30 – 20.00; Saturday: 10.00 – 20.00; Sunday: 10.00 – 18.00.

There is a small “no laptop please” sign on many tables, huge windows open to the floor in summer open wide and let in a summer breeze and the smell of fresh pastries from all over the street. Also, you can try and purchase several types of coffee from different roasters from all over Europe. The basic rule is that at least 4 types of coffee must be present on the shelf for selection.

Fine Bagels (Bagels&Books)

Fine Bagels (Bagels&Books)
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Address: Warschauer Str. 74

Working hours: Monday- Saturday: 8.00 – 20.00; Sunday: 9.00 – 18.00.

The history of this place is very moving: in 1897 the head of the family moved from Warsaw to the States and continued his business – baking bagels. In their opinion, the bagels in the States became tastier and, as a result, more popular. After four generations this history was repeated in Berlin. So, if you want to spread butter on a hot bagel with sesame seeds, watch how it melts, and drink fresh-baked coffee, then you must come here.

Daluma

Daluma
Image source: berlinfoodstories.com

Address: Weinbergsweg 3

Working hours: Monday – Friday: 8.00 – 21.00; Saturday: 09.00 – 20.00; Sunday: 10.00 – 20.00.

According to residents of Weinbergsweg, this is the most environmentally friendly coffee shop that you can find! When you get here, everything will become apparent: white walls, gray linen pillows on the seats, huge windows, no disposable tableware. The lovers of coffee drinks can try cocoa latte, coal latte, and ketogenic coffee. Delicious, healthy and cinematic beautiful food and a lot of interesting details unusual to us.