Bonanza is no secret to coffee lovers in Berlin. These people are passionate about making coffee, and their approach combines the best of both old and new techniques in a process they refer to as ‘retro innovation’. The recently opened, dangerously hip Kreuzberg Roastery and coffee room is in a beautiful red brick building with a courtyard. Customers can sip on a perfect cup while the roasting process and impressive machines add an interesting atmosphere behind the counter.
Bonanza Coffee, Adalbert Str. 70, Berlin, Germany +49 30 208488020
Located on the busting Oraienstraße, you can expect an eclectic, international crowd at Luzia. This spacious lounge-like cafe and bar has a beautiful interior of exposed brickwork, light installations, high ceilings and cute shrunken armchair seating. The prices are fair and the music is good. They also enjoy throwing a good party from time to time.
Café Luzia, Oranien Str. 34, Berlin, Germany +49 030 817 99958
Situated in the vibrant neighbourhood of Bergmannkiez in Kreuzberg, Chapter One keeps customers happy with their specialty coffee and delicious treats. Coffee addicts can choose from the whole arsenal of specially prepared brews that include espresso, hikari siphon, chemex, aeropress and cold drip pots. Unless the pursuit of the perfect cup is already a part of your everyday existence, these modes of preparation might not mean much to you. In this case may we suggest you begin your foray with the aptly named Chapter One.
Chapter One, Mittenwalder Str. 30, Berlin, Germany +49 30 25922799