6 Best Coffee Bars In Berlin To Work From


If you are one of those super modern girls who call their laptop their workspace you know how working from home can be a struggle sometimes. Depending on what you are working on it can be refreshing to have a change of scenery. Especially when being creative and doing brainstorming it can be helpful to not be locked in at home. Luckily there are many coffee bars in Berlin where you can join Mac Hipsters and get some work done.


Here are The Trophy Girls favorites:



Westberlin, Mitte

Close to the historical Checkpoint Charlie is a hip café with a steady Wifi connection. Early birds can start working at 8.30am. They have a lovely collection of magazines in stock, so be careful to not get distracted. If you need a vitamin boost, they have fresh juices.




Sankt Oberholz, Mitte

Forget crowded Sankt Oberholz Café at Rosenthaler Platz. They opened up a new space this year, which is awesome and not as crowded and loud as the one at Rosenthaler Platz. The new place is just a stone throw away and it´s super relaxed. Also, working at Sankt Oberholz might bring a good karma as to be said it is the birthplace of some big internet start ups.


Café Mitte, Mitte

Café Mitte is an Oldie but Goldie in Berlin. Can get busy during “rush hours” but afternoon and mornings are quite and cosy. They have great cheesecake and the Milchcafe is great too.



Michelberger Hotel, Friedrichshain

Right at Warschauer Strasse you´ll find a hip place to get creative around musicians. Michelberger Hotel is one of the go-to spots for musicians and is also a great place to work surrounded by inspiring talents.



Betahaus Café, Kreuzberg

Great place to not only work efficiently but also meet like-minded entrepreneurs and business people. Also their lunch menu changes weekly so you will not get bored about food options. In case you are an early bird: Betahaus Café opens it´s doors at 8am.

betahaus, Berlin-Kreuzberg, August 2013

betahaus, Berlin-Kreuzberg, August 2013


Two and Two, Neukölln

Located in the heart of Neuköllns Panierstrasse you´ll find the perfect hideaway for a few productive hours. A Parisian and Japanese team of owners sell delicious pastries and great coffee in a Berlin-style atmosphere.



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