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Berlin's Bonanza Roastery Café fuses old brewing techniques with modern methods for one of the best coffees in the German capital.

You’ll find Bonanza Roastery Café on the lively Adalbertstraße in Kreuzberg, a trendy Berlin neighborhood south of the river Spree. Housed in a bright open space designed by Modiste, Bonanza highlights the city’s architectural heritage by contrasting traditional casement windows with modern oak wooden panels.

Take a seat in the high-ceilinged, light-filled cafe. Or, weather permitting,  head out into the courtyard to soak up some sun with one of Berlin’s finest cups of coffees in hand.

Bonanza Roastery Café
Adalbertstraße 70
10999 Berlin
Germany

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