Café im Kunsthaus Dahlem
You ‘ve credibly experienced it before : After a visit to the museum, you ‘re inspired but besides a little exhaust and want to review the exhibition you ‘ve good been to. A good coffee, delicious cake or other food and drink can help. Everyone knows that Berlin has many beautiful cafés ! here we show you the most beautiful cafés that are located right next to the museum of your choice and where you can easily combine an exhibition and a coffee. A visit to the exhibition is not a must everywhere .

Tip 1: TorEins    

Technikmuseum raisin bombers
TorEins is region of the historic Ladenstraße on the grounds of the German Museum of Technology. Somewhere between ex post facto and modern, the café or restaurant is perfective for a break from the museum tour. not merely can you enjoy a huge selection of delicious cakes, but you besides have a fantastic view of the Kreuzberg meadow .
When : Tuesday to Friday from 12 to 9 post meridiem l Saturday and Sunday from 10 ante meridiem to 9 p.m .
Where : Möckernstraße 26, Kreuzberg

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Tip 2: Café in the Bode Museum 

Bode-Museum at northern part of Museumisland Berlin
The café in the Bode Museum is one of the most beautiful museum cafés in the city. You can get in here even if you ‘re not a museum visitor. From the balcony of the inner hall you have a fantastic view of the neo-baroque domed hall with the monumental equestrian statue of the Great Elector. In summation to a variety show of cakes, you ‘ll be served changing seasonal dishes, pasta and salads .
When : Tuesday to Sunday from 10 ante meridiem to 6 post meridiem fifty Thursday until 8 p.m .
Where : Am Kupfergraben, entrance via Monbijoubrücke, Mitte

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Tip 3: Museumscafé Max 

Liebermann-Villa am Wannsee
The Museum Café Max in the Liebermann Villa offers you a beautiful ambience with a view of Wannsee. Enjoy the colourful sunsets on the lake with delightful cakes and tarts, but besides humble savory dishes. Whether in summer or winter, a visit is constantly worthwhile .
When : April to September : Wednesday to Monday from 10 ante meridiem to 6 post meridiem lambert October to March : Wednesday to Monday from 11 ante meridiem to 5 p.m .
Where : Liebermann Villa on Wannsee, Colomierstraße 3, Zehlendorf
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Tip 4: Café in the Haus am Waldsee

The way to the "Haus am Waldsee"
The Café am Waldsee puts sustainability in the foreground. here you can enjoy organic food and drinks. You can round off your sojourn to the exhibition with a great watch of the water and the garden through the big windows .
When : Tuesday to Sunday from 11 ante meridiem to 6 p.m .
Where : Haus am Waldsee e.V. International Art in Berlin, Argentinische Allee 30, Zehlendorf
Café im Haus am Waldsee

Tip 5: Kaffeehaus Dallmayr 

Museum für Kommunikation
Dallmayr is located in the Museum of Communication. In addition to in-house coffee and tea specialities, you can enjoy a variety of dishes, popular classics and a daily changing business lunch menu. The perfective station for a break after a go of the museum !
When : Tuesday from 11 ante meridiem to 6 post meridiem fifty Wednesday to Friday from 11 ante meridiem to 5 post meridiem liter Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11 ante meridiem to 6 p.m .
Where : museum für Kommunikation Berlin, Leipziger Straße 16, Mitte
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Tip 6: Café in the Kunsthaus Dahlem  

Skulpturengarten am Kunsthaus Dahlem
The raw café in the Kunsthaus Dahlem is located correct following to the Brücke Museum. The especial thing about it : You can enjoy many homemade delicacies in a unique studio atmosphere under 10-metre-high stucco ceilings. On the big terrace and in the sculpt garden you wo n’t get moisture even in rain showers : boastfully brand-new umbrellas will protect you .
When : Wednesday to Monday from 11 ante meridiem to 6 p.m.

Where : Käuzchensteig 8-12, Zehlendorf
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Tip 7: Café Dix 

Berlinische Galerie in Berlin Kreuzberg
Café Dix in the Berlinische Galerie is the perfect place to relax after a inflict to the museum. If there ‘s more than one of you, there ‘s batch of quad on the big sun terrace. Try the first-class seasonal Mediterranean cuisine. The museum shop is right next door .
When : Wednesday to Monday from 10 ante meridiem to 6 p.m .
Where : Alte Jakobstraße 124-128, Mitte
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Tip 8: Café Bravo 

Photo: court of KW Institute for Contemporary Art mit Café Bravo
The perfect mix of culture and culinary delights can be found in the art drift KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin : the glass cube in which Café Bravo is located is itself a veridical work of art and offers you breakfast, snacks, coffee and cake. It was designed by the american artist Dan Graham .
When : Sunday to Wednesday from 11 ante meridiem to 6 post meridiem fifty Thursday to Saturday from 11 ante meridiem to 9 p.m .
Where : bravo at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststraße 69, Mitte
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Tip 9: Restaurant in the Hamburger Bahnhof  

Hamburger Bahnhof - ausschliessliche Bildnutzung fuer Museen Entdecken
Hamburger Bahnhof – museum für Gegenwart
here you ‘ll find a lot of things made in-house : the restaurant at Hamburger Bahnhof has fresh and delicious food ready for you both inside and outside. The patty comes from the in-house pastry shop, the herbs are grown in the front garden and the fish is smoked in-house .
When : Tuesday to Sunday from 10 ante meridiem to 6 post meridiem fifty Thursday until 8 p.m .
Where : Invalidenstr. 50, Mitte
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Tip 10: Café Babette 

Facade KINDL Center
Pure industrial culture characterises the ambiance of the extraordinary Café Babette in the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art : you sit between gigantic former boilers and enjoy homemade cakes and seasonal worker soups of the day. You can besides be inspired by regular performances by a wide assortment of artists .
When : Monday to Sunday from 3 autopsy
Where : Am Sudhaus 3, Neukölln
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Tip 11: Museumscafé in the Jüdisches Museum 

Jewish Museum Berlin in summer
In addition to traditional dishes from Jewish and Israeli cuisine, you can enjoy homemade cake, baklava and a bracing lemonade during your coffee unwrap. Perfect in fine weather : combine your visit to the café with a walk through the museum garden. The visit is besides possible without admission.

When : Monday to Friday from 10 ante meridiem to 4 post meridiem l Saturday and Sunday from 11 ante meridiem to 5 p.m .
Where : Lindenstraße 9-14, Kreuzberg
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