Berlin Specialty Coffee Guide | 5 Outstanding Cafes To Visit

 
After cycling through the Tiergarten, walking under Brandenburg gate or an all night party in one of the city’s famous clubs, you’re going to need a caffeine fix. Luckily for us (and you), there are several great places to enjoy third wave coffee in Berlin. Here are some of our favourite places to make it into our Berlin specialty coffee guide. Take take thirty minutes and grab that coffee pick me up.
A latte and slice of cheesecake at Five Elephant, Berlin Germany

FIND THE BEST THIRD WAVE COFFEE IN BERLIN AT THESE COFFEE SHOPS

1. The Barn​

Anyone looking to sample Europe’s third wave coffee scene should start at The Barn. This Berlin institution is one of Europe’s, if not the world’s leading coffee shops. With their beans sourced from sustainable farms around the world, you’ll get a premium coffee experience from one of their four locations around Berlin. My favourite was The Barn Cafe in the heart of Mitte. Its central location brings a mix of Berliners and travellers together over a top-notch cup of coffee.

TIP: Select some of their freshly roasted beans to take home for yourself or as a gift. They can grind them for you based on how you prepare your filtered or espresso coffee at home!

Address | Multiple Locations
Opening Hours | Check here
Website | https://thebarn.de/

Coffee beans for sale on two shelves in The Barn, Berlin Germany
Filter coffee in black cup and saucer at The Barn, Berlin Germany
Coffee beans on sale at The Barn, Berlin Germany

2. Companion Coffee

This speciality coffee shop runs in partnership with Voo Store in Kreuzberg, Berlin. When I first moved to Berlin, I visited Companion upon discovering that the manager is Australian. Thus, I knew I’d be in safe hands when I chose to buy coffee here. Loyalties aside, the team at Companion Coffee are ambassadors for the speciality coffee movement, dedicated to working with coffee and tea suppliers throughout Europe and across the globe.

TIP: If you’re travelling with a friend who enjoys tea, don’t fret as an extensive tea selection is available.

Address | Oranienstraße 24, 10997 Berlin
Opening Hours | Monday – Saturday 10.00am – 7.00pm
Website | http://www.companioncoffee.com/

3. Concierge Coffee

This hidden little gem of a cafe, only 15m², is located in a former concierge’s hut, hence the name. If you have more time to enjoy your coffee, choose to sit inside at one of the few tables available to customers. Here, you can watch locals come by as they escape for a few moments from their busy start-ups. Coffee isn’t the only thing that Concierge takes seriously. When I visit, my barista is sporting quite a fine moustache. Not just good taste in coffee, but style and flair in all aspects of appearances.

Address | Paul-Lincke-Ufer 39-40, 10999 Berlin
Opening Hours | Monday – Friday 8.30am – 6.00pm. Saturday – Sunday 10.00am – 6.00pm
Website | Concierge Coffee on Facebook

Two baristas preparing espresso coffees inside Concierge Coffee - some of the best coffee in Europe

4. Bonanza Coffee Roasters

Bonanza is a must if you are anywhere near Mauerpark. This spot is no hidden secret but the coffee is definitely worth the wait as they arguably brew some of the best coffee in Berlin. Visit on a Sunday morning to grab a cup before crossing the road to the flea markets in Mauerpark. Bonanza has a sister cafe Bonanza Coffee Heroes that you can also check out.

Address | Adalbertstraße 70, 10999 Berlin
Opening Hours | Monday – Friday 9.00am – 6.00pm. Saturday – Sunday 10.00am – 6.00pm
Website | http://www.bonanzacoffee.de/

A hot latte at Bonanza Coffee, Berlin Germany

5. DoubleEye

When I lived in Berlin, I spent many mornings trying to perfect my coffee order in German at DoubleEye. (For the record, it’s “einem starken Cafe Latte bitte”). You’ll spot the cafe when you see the crowd of people drinking their coffee on the street in the quieter neighbourhood of Schöneberg. It’s likely you’ll have to queue (and keep both eyes out for a seat) but the well-organised crowd are mostly regulars. Inside the cafe, it’s standing room only. As one of Berlin’s oldest, high-quality espresso bars, Double Eye remains a “pit-stop” for locals who enjoy their single espresso before taking to the streets again.

Address | Akazienstraße 22, 10823 Berlin
Opening Hours | Monday – Friday 9.31am – 6.29pm. Saturday 10.05am – 15.29pm (this is what their website says!)
Website | http://www.doubleeye.de/

Have you discovered other cafes that we should include in our Berlin specialty coffee guide? Be sure to tell us about them in the comments below.

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A flat white at Bonanza Coffee Roasters, Berlin, Germany
A flat white from Silo Coffee, Berlin, Germany

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