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- The Oberholz ( ) as mentioned by is definitely the obvious choice and a geekmeet par excellence. However it can be quite crowded and as of late the Internet reception can be a bit unreliable.
- The Betahaus ( ) located in Kreuzberg is also a place where you can go sit down in the lounge/cafe and do some work. It’s not a cafe in the traditional sense, it’s a coworking space that is more and more going into the startup space ( ).
- Others like to go to Cuccuma ( ) which is also located in Kreuzberg
- Cafe Rix in Neukölln/Rixdorf. Only drawback there: they have only a few power supplies there.
- If you get sick of Oberholz or there’s no room, head to the opposite corner of the intersection to Mein Haus Am See ( ). Free wifi and usually at least a few people staring at laptops. Not much in the way of power outlets, unfortunately.
- @ is great. We are launching an application dedicated to find great places to work in Berlin –
Sunday normally everything is closed in Germany. However, there are some exceptions. In Berlin, if you need to meet a client, Microsoft Digital Eatery is the exception.
The Digital Eatery
Unter den Linden 17
Monday to Friday 09:00 – 19:00 Uhr
Saturday 11:00 – 19:00 Uhr
Sunday 11:00 – 18:00 Uhr