Party Earth Review Barcomi’s is a quaint neighborhood café and coffee shop with an outstanding reputation in the Kreuzberg area and beyond, as witnessed by the clientele of professionals, university students, young families, and coffee lovers... ... read full review
M–Sa 8am–9pm, Su 9am–9pm
Kreuzberg / Neukölln, Berlin –
Barcomi’s is a quaint neighborhood café and coffee shop with an outstanding reputation in the Kreuzberg area and beyond, as witnessed by the clientele of professionals, university students, young families, and coffee lovers that arrive in droves to sample delicious pastries and top-notch coffee.
And rest assured that the bulky roasting equipment and bags of coffee beans are more than just decoration here – the café prides itself on its house-roasted blends and displays a wealth of geographic information for each of their numerous offerings.
Outdoor seating lends a certain Parisian sidewalk café feel, while the uncluttered interior and its white walls with pink flourishes, elegant teardrop light fixtures, mellow indie rock, free Wi-Fi, and shiny black booths ensure an authentic coffee shop atmosphere.
On Sunday afternoons, locals and visitors alike pour in to indulge in the German tradition of Kaffee und Kuchen (coffee and cakes) – and standouts like the carrot cake and the New York-style cheesecake, along with the quick and friendly table service, keep them coming back to Barcomi's again and again.
Young professionals, families, and coffee lovers, all ages.
Ambient music. Free Wi-Fi.
Bagels, pastries, and sandwiches.
Bagels €1.80/plain or €2.40–€6.70/with topping, pastries €1.30–€3.30. Coffee and tea €2.20–€3.30, wine €3.60.