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Double Eye

Double Eye

A small and charming store in which you even may have to stand in line. Sometimes, the line stretches as far as into the street but their coffee is really worth the wait.

A wide and well-sorted variety of coffee beans from all over world brings even Berliners from other districts to Schöneberg's Double Eye. If you buy one kilo of coffee, you'll get a free espresso on the house. Not only can you get outstanding coffee here, their baristi are friendly and highly qualified as well. The Double Eye so far has won several awards. You get here great value for money and the Double Eye proves that really good coffee does not inevitably have to expensive.

The atmosphere in the shop is relaxed, not only due to the well-trained staff but largely owing to the diverse crowd of guests. In summer you can sit perfectly outside the café on benches and do some crowd-watching of the Akazienstraße neighbourhood while enjoying a slice of cake with your cappuccino.

Editors' rating





Ø 4.53


Double Eye

Akazienstraße 22
10823 Berlin




Business hours

  • Monday to Friday: 09:31 am - 06:29 pm
  • Saturday: 10:05 am - 03:29 pm

Important information

  • Remark: If you purchase 1 kg of coffee, you get an espresso on the house.
  • Price Level: Latte Macchiato: 2,00 euro
  • Card Payment: Cash payment only


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