Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Joseph Roth Diele
This eponymous café pays homage to the late 19th-century author who lived in the area.
Ehrenburg
The cheerily lit Ehrenburg is the perfect spot for a mid-morning espresso.
Kapelle
This organic café is the perfect place to relax over a long breakfast.
Van Loon
Once a Dutch sailing boat it's been many years since Van Loon braved the ocean.
Clarchens Ballhaus
A charming garden café by day and dedicated dancing (think tango and swing) club by night.
St Oberholz
Charming café with free wireless access and an abundance of cosy corners.
Barcomi’s Deli
Delicious aromatic coffee and fluffy cheesecake are the order of day in this New-York style deli.
Tauro
Whether you fancy an evening filled with Spanish tapas or prefer a hearty steak instead, Tauro is easy to please. 
Anita Wronski
A landmark on the Prenzlauer Berg's café scene Anita Wronski is consistently busy.
Nola’s am Weinberg
This former park pavilion offers Swiss classics and a great view.
Bateau Ivre
A cafe to some a bar to others Bateau Ivre is a Kreuzberg institution.
Schwarzsauer
One of the first bar/cafés to open on the Kastanienallee an insight into East Berlin.
Tadschikische Teestube
This Tajik-themed tea room is pretty amazing. However it is inevitably a tourist favourite.
Café Swingdiele
This tiny café will take you back to golden age of the 1920s and 1930s.
Café Fleury
This French-owned and run café really stands out from the crowd.
Café Einstein
Café Einstein is a classic example of an old-fashioned Viennese coffee house.
Café Brel
This lovely cafe/restaurant in Savignyplatz is perfect for lunch or a relaxed supper.

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