Party Earth Review Located in the scenic historical center of Neukölln, Café Dritter Raum (Third Room) has been championing local politics, serving up fresh breakfasts, and enabling a little retro video game action since 2009. The bright and cozy café, with its old-school wooden bar, tired but comfortable sofas, and small wooden tables, was ... more
Party Earth Review Because it would not be fair for one man – the owner/capitalist – to profit from the labor of the workers/proletariat, no one actually owns Café Morgenrot. Instead, everyone who works at the bar takes equal responsibility and earns the same amount of money. But patrons shouldn’t pay much attention to that big red flag going ... more
Party Earth Review Ask any regular, and they’ll tell you that Wohnzimmer (Living Room) is one of those rare places that successfully bridge the gap between café and bar. During the day, patrons can enjoy the café’s self-service German breakfast staples like croissants, quiches, and meat and cheese platters in a quaint tea-room setting or ... more
Berlin brunch has become an institution. By now most cafés and restaurants in the city have some kind of brunch special, from all-you-can-eat buffets, to a simple German frühstück (breakfast) of dark-rye bread, cheese, fruits, and deli meat.
On warm summer Sundays the patios and restaurants that offer brunch are full of bleary-eyed partiers from Friday and Saturday, young families, and others off work and out of the house for a day.
Brunch prices can range from just under €10 to around €15, mostly depending on the part of Berlin where brunch is enjoyed. In Kreuzberg there are many affordable and tasty options. The two main thoroughfares of Greafestrasse and Bergmannstrasse have the most to chose from. The bonus of eating in one of these places is that there are many parks and markets nearby for an after-meal stroll.
In other parts of the city even more brunch spots exist. In Neukölln, the area around Richardplatz is popular with the young crowd of bohemians in the neighborhood. In Mitte and Prenzlauerberg, the streets of Friedrichstrasse, Oranienburger Strasse, the area around Hackesher Markt, and Kastanienallee are all pleasant places to enjoy a relaxed weekend brunch.