Bremen’s bonds to coffee are old and deep. It is said that half of the coffee consumed in all of Germany has been transported via Bremen since the 17th century. Bremen was also the first place in Germany to start selling cups of coffee to the populace, and later became the birthplace for HAG decaffeinated coffee (invented in 1906). Our list highlights the best places to grab a cup in Bremen today.
Allegretto has written the book on caffeine – imagine page after page (after page) of nothing but coffee selections, then a second menu for tea, then a third menu for hot chocolate. If variety is the spice of life, then this place offers the full spice rack. Do try their delicious homemade pastry, too. The service is pretty sharp, which combines with the endless menu to make for a memorable experience.
Allegretto, Knochenhauerstraße 5, Bremen, Germany +49 421 2427710
Cantina Concordia is the perfect little place for a late lunch or breakfast. Their inviting atmosphere and their wide range of coffees have earned them several regular customers since they opened in 2008. We recommend coming here with an empty stomach, so you can start with a cappuccino before enjoying their large portions of tasty Italian food.
Cantina Concordia, Außer der Schleifmühle 84, Bremen, Germany +49 421 3302535