This is the place where everybody heads to after a long night out. Open 24 hours a day, Schwarzes Cafe is at its busiest at about 6am when it is ... More
This is the place where everybody heads to after a long night out. Open 24 hours a day, Schwarzes Cafe is at its busiest at about 6am when it is packed with clubbers digging into a hearty breakfast before heading home to bed. The breakfasts are legendary and include international variations from Belgium, France and America. Candlelight and chandeliers complete the scene. Beer costs around EUR3, non-alcoholic drinks around EUR2 to EUR3 and hot beverages around EUR2 to EUR3.
Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, many Berliners thought of Friedrichshain as a grey, faceless quarter full of shabby
old tenements and ugly postwar constructions. Nowadays Friedrichshain is the heart of Berlin's "alternative" cafe and club scene. Less ...
This cafe is a popular meeting place for artists and intellectuals. With its marble bistro tables and dark wooden chairs,
the place has a classic, elegant touch. There is a good choice of breakfasts. Full meals are available in ...
'Colors galore' could well sum up this cafe bar. The decor puts you at ease instantly and each corner has
a different color, as if demarcating the said area. Sofas, stools, glass doors, suspended lamps, and candles rule the ...