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The former resources for a Berlin based Facebook group

A Facebook group I used to be an administrator for was run with a simple democratic approach. A rogue admin tricked us into allowing another admin to join our group, and just after we realised what had occurred, myself and the other elected admin were unexpectedly removed without any consultation with the rest of the administration/moderation team. All group moderators chose to leave within hours of this occurring.

This website is a collection of the resources we had created for the group. I am keeping them here in case they are useful to others. If the data becomes significantly out of date, then I will remove the website.

The original groups website content, used a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License and it's website design used GPL license version 2.0.

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Last updated: 28th of March 2016

Here is a collection of co-working offices and cafes recommended for working in. Unless otherwise stated, all locations provide WiFi.

For an overview, check out the co-working map at rie

Co-working offices

Please comment below if you know of any more co-working offices in Berlin.

Kreuzberg cafes

Betahaus Café: Good working environment, big, many people there to work but very chaotic too. Some days you will be kicked out around 6pm since they host meetups. Moritzplatz – Kreuzberg

Milch und Zucker: Half working people, half mostly bar. But nice mood, comfortable seats and good socket service. Not so chaotic. There are two spots – in Kreuzberg and in FHain

Morena: Free wifi, relaxed, usually a few people with laptops, you can also sit outside in the summer. Wiener Strasse 60


St Oberholz: Usually packed go early to get a place, a bit pricey but with nice coffee/food and internet Rosenthaler Platz

Oslo Cafe
for bottomless filters) is on Invalidenstr, 2 minute walk from Naturkunde Museum. Great guys, Scottish accents (if that’s what you’re into) and they have a thing called Bottomless Filter… 2.50 and you can have as many refills from the Batch Brew as you want!

Prenzlauerberg cafes

Atopia: Quite empty in the mornings, big, with sofas, outlets and a ping pong table for the breaks 🙂 Prenzlauer Alle (Prenzlauerberg)

Spreegold: Sometimes gets a bit busy, not all the tables have sockets. Stargarder Str. (Prenzlauerberg)

Melis Coffee: Open until around midnight (there are two Melis Coffee’s in Prenzlauerberg.). It’s crazy cheap, not very noisy, has decent WiFi and they’re used to lots of geeks working from there.

Nothaft Seidel Café: In Prenzlauerberg

Wohnzimmer bar: In prenzlauerberg


Lindsays cafe: Cafe attached to Schalfemeile hostel. Decent WiFi. Open from 8am until midnight 7 days a week. Staff don’t seem to mind people lingering around all day, so long as you buy a meal and/or drink sporadically. Laptops are super common here, as travellers are using it as the common room for the hostel. Location is the corner of Oderstraße and Weichselstraße in Friedrichshain.

Herman Schulz cafe: Very relaxed cafe near Frankfurter allee. Open from 11am until midnight 7 days a week. The WiFi requires logging in every 30 minutes to use it. Serves good soups, bagels and quiche. Some evenings are busy due to gigs and film nights.


Cafe Dritter Raum: Open from 8am every day.

Prachtwerk in Neukölln

Other areas (the section needs work)


Jää-äär Berlin

Nalu Diner, Dunckerstr. 80A

Beakers a bit loud music if you like to work with…this is the place :ää-äär Berlin

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  1. Amé Von Kim says:

    Another co working space :
    Mitosis (Neukölln) –