If you’ve ever been in Germany, you definitely should make time to visit Hamburg. This place is filled with beautiful rustic architecture, and scenic canals. And just like every other city, coffee is a staple need for its people and so many coffee shops and cafes can be found anywhere.
Here are the best places to go to if you’re looking for an aromatic cup of joe in the second largest German city.
Store Hours : Mondays to Sundays 10AM to 6PM
This coffeehouse is a true favorite among the locals of Hamburg. More often than not, you will be welcomed by long lines and busy baristas as you enter their doors. After all, they really have amazing coffee. Not only that, they’re also really popular for their smoothies and milkshakes that come in different flavors, as well as their snack, breakfast and lunch items such as bagels, sandwiches, pretzels and many other baked goods.
Stockholm Espresso Club
Store Hours : Mondays to Fridays 8AM to 7PM, Saturdays and Sundays 10AM to 6PM
Just a few meters away from Stadpark, one of Hamburg’s largest city parks, is a modern and stylish cafe called the Stockholm Espresso Club. This place specializes in a specific type of coffee coming from Koppi, Sweden. A coffee that is light-roasted and possesses this fruity characteristics. Aside form this distinctive coffee, the store also offers baked pastries such as muffins, bagels, and croissants. Finally, you can also purchase a bag of their roasted beans at the cafe or online.
Store Hours : Mondays to Sundays 11AM to 6PM
If you’re a fan of innovative coffee-making techniques, then you should try visiting Less Political. They focus on different roasts and brewing methods originating from all over Germany and other parts of Europe. Great ambiance, delicious coffee, mouthwatering cakes–you can all find them here. And of course, they have friendly baristas who also happen to be true connoisseurs when it comes to coffee. They can even offer you a great coffee conversation all day long!
Cafe Glueck und Selig
Store Hours : Tuesdays to Sundays 9AM to 6PM
With its gorgeous French-style interior design, vintage decorations, and cozy window seats, Glueck und Selig is easily one of the most beautiful coffeehouses in Hamburg. Whenever you’re here, it will feel like a scene from an old movie–a great place for a romantic breakfast with someone special or an afternoon tea party with friends. The store also displays pretty-looking baked goods and desserts.
Store Hours: Mondays to Fridays 8AM to 6PM, Saturdays and Sundays 10AM to 5PM
This little coffeehouse is located at the center of the city of Hamburg. Almost everything in this local cafe is fresh and sustainable. They roast their own coffee and buy milk straight from farmers. Black Delight is pretty popular for their flat whites and cortados.
Public Coffee Roasters
Store Hours: Mondays and Tuesdays, Thursday and Fridays 8AM to 6PM, Wednesdays 12PM to 6PM, Saturdays 9AM to 5PM
Public Coffee Roasters is a specialist cafe wherein the beans the coffee they offer is roasted in-house. They’re known to source coffee from different parts of the world which makes every cup worthwhile. On their menu, you will also find a list of amazing desserts like cheesecake and brownies. They also sell breakfast and lunch options such as croissants and sandwiches.
Store Hours: Mondays to Sundays 9AM to 11PM
If you’re searching for a coffee place in the Hamburg Airport, then Coffee-To-Fly is where you should go. The store’s interior design is generally bright and cozy, surrounded with plants and large homey windows. What’s better than sipping your hot brewed coffee while watching a scenic view of planes taking off and landing on the ramps? Pair your beverage with a delicious slice of cake or a sumptuous breakfast while waiting for your next flight schedule.
The Coffee Shop
Store Hours: Mondays to Fridays 9:30AM to 6PM, Saturdays 9:30AM to 3PM
Simple name, right? But this cafe offers the coziest interiors that include spacious seating spaces and picturesque views overlooking the beautiful canal. It is also located at one of Hamburg’s shopping districts and is a go-to destination for breakfasts or brunches. Aside from their delicious coffee, you can also order baked pastries, muffins, and breakfast options like granola bars with yogurt.
Store Hours: Mondays to Saturdays 8:30AM to 8PM, Sundays 10AM to 7PM
This cafe-bakery looks so much like Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory because you will find shelves and display stands filled with chocolates, sweets, pretty-looking cakes, and other dessert-themed ornaments–they’re all over the place. Aside from that, they also offer pastries and continental breakfast which is of course complemented by their strong signature coffee. Moreover, if you’re looking for a gift for your sweet-toothed friends, they have plenty of chocolate hampers on display.
Store Hours: Mondays to Sundays 10AM to 6PM
Cafe Milou is famous for their pastries, tarts and cakes which are all baked by the owner herself. The ambiance here is beautiful and cozy with its classy French-style design. Aside from this, there are also outdoor seating for customers situated in a peaceful street.