My Top Three Cafés in Berlin

  1. Housed in a stately prewar building and featuring a pristine garden, Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus, in the Charlottenburg district of Berlin, is a real treat. The building also contains a bookstore on the ground floor, with naturally, many literary works.

• Fasanenstrasse 23, +49 30 882 5414, literaturhaus-berlin.de. Mon-Sun 9.30am-1am (breakfast served until 2pm)

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Cafe Wintergarten im Literaturhaus

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The large garden of Cafe Wintergarten contains outdoor seating. 

2. Cafe Einstein, in Schöneberg, also has a garden where you can sit outside in the warmer months. This Viennese-style cafe, housed in a bourgeois villa unscathed by the war, has an interesting, and tragic, Nazi-era history

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Enjoy a delicious apple strudel, a signature dish, in Cafe Einstein

3. Cafe Berio,  in Schöneberg, is more like a French cafe than the other two mentioned here in that you can sit outside on the sidewalk and people-watch. Often showcasing works of local artists, it is open 24 hours.

Massenstrasse 7,   +49 (0)30 2161 946,  info@cafeberio.de

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Cafe Berio has a lively crowd, delicious cakes and is open 24 hours.

 

 

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