The Best Coffee Places in Kreuzberg

Refinery Coffee

photo: Auste Skrupskyte

Setting out to discover the best places one can enjoy their cup of specialty coffee, always-busy Kreuzberg was a stop we enjoyed making, full of cute little cafes, offering coffee that blew us away. Once you find yourself around there, make sure you don’t miss out on these places.

Kaffeekirsche

Roasting fresh everyday, Kaffeekirsche provides one of the most remarkable coffees in Berlin. Their staff is super friendly, and know hot to guide you into choosing from all their different flavors and roasts. Their sandwiches and cakes are one more reason to be there every chance you get- so don’t miss out on visiting it.

Kaffeekirsche, Adalbertstrasse 23, 10997 Berlin- Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Fri 8-19h, Sat-Sun 10-18h

photos: Kaffeekirsche

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Refinery Coffee Retail Store

Refinery High End Coffee has taken the coffee loving hearts by storm with their cafe in Mitte. Now they opened a second store in Kreuzberg at Görlitzer Park that focusses on the essentials: Their delicious coffee roasted by Norway’s beloved Tim Wendelboe. You can either have your cup there or get the coffee beans for home. This way you will never have to drink ordinary coffee ever.

Refinery High End Coffee, Skalitzer Str. 104, 10997 Berlin- Kreuzberg

Open Mo-Sat 8-18h

photos: Auste Skrupskyte

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Bonanza Roastery

The fuss around it is real: standing out from its surroundings, this coffee oasis will please you on all levels: friendly staff, beautiful aesthetics, yummy pastries, and, oh my, their coffee. A spot you’ll LOVE, suitable for a coffee with friends, studying, chilling, what have you. Visit it and thank us later.

Bonanza Roastery, Adalbertstraße 70, 10999 Berlin- Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Fri 9-18h, Sat-Sun 10-18h

photos: Alejandro Arretureta

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The Visit

Directly to the Kottbusser Tor there is the coffee shop The Visit, that attracts its visitors already with the neon sign “we have coffee”. The interior design is very clean and chic and offers the perfect room to have a coffee and cake break with friends or to be inspired while working on your laptop.

The Visit, Adalbertstrasse 9, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Fri 9-19h, Sat-Sun 10-19h

photos: iHeartBerlin

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Concierge Coffee

You will definitely miss the entrance to Concierge Coffe the first time, or even the second. When you do find this really hidden cafe in a backyard at Paul-Linke-Ufer you will realize quickly that the focus here is on what’s essential. The extraordinarily good coffee is served at a small counter in a small room.

Concierge Coffee, Paul-Lincke-Ufer 39-40, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Fri 8:30-18h, Sat-Sun 12-17h

photos: Alejandro Arretureta

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Chapter One Coffee

The baristas at Chapter One definitely know how to prepare the perfect Flat White or Cappucino. After all, this place was also created by the winner of the German Barista Championship 2002. Next to the remarkable coffee selection, their cakes and croissants can definitely be recommended. This coffehouse is especially enticing in the summer, with their permanently opened sun terrace.

Chapter One Coffee, Mittenwalder Str. 30, 10961 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open Mon-Sat 9-18h, Sun 11-18h

photo: Chapter One Coffee

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Five Elephant Coffee

The original Five Elephant Coffee in Kreuzberg is one of the classics in Berlin and certainly one of the early adopters of the high coffee culture in the city. They are not only known for their fair and environmentally friendly beans roastery and their generally high-quality Third-Wave-Coffee – many people assert that you can have the best New-York-Cheesecake in town here. Also check out their second new store in Mitte.

Five Elephant Coffee, Reichenberger Str. 101, 10999 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Open Mon – Fri 8:30 -19h, Sat – Sun 10-19h

photo: Five Elephant Coffee

Stella by Stella
on August 7th, 2017
updated on August 8th, 2017
in Cafés, Kreuzberg
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One Response to “The Best Coffee Places in Kreuzberg”

  1. Nika Says:

    In Berlin gibt es wirklich viele tolle Cafés überall in der Stadt, man muss eigentlich nur die Augen offen halten und findet irgendwo ein kleines Schmuckstück. Auf eine leckere Tasse Kaffee und vielleicht etwas Gebäck freue ich mich vor allem immer Sonntags nach dem Flohmarkt wie hier http://www.vintasticworld.com/2017/03/26/flohmarkt-fruehlingssonne-sonntagsglueck/ die kleinen Macarons sind wirklich zu empfehlen ;-)

    Liebe Grüße,
    Nika

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