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Where To Drink Your Coffee In Munich

Munich is known for its beer culture, but it also has some of the best coffee shops in Europe. Whether you’re a caffeine enthusiast, a connoisseur of latte art, or simply looking for a place to relax, Munich has something for everyone.

You’ll find a variety of coffee shops where you can find all types of coffee lovers. Munich’s coffee scene is vibrant and diverse, from artisanal third-wave establishments to cozy cafes. The best coffee spots in Munich are:

  1. Man vs. Machine
    Schellingstraße 18, 80799 München & Müllerstraße 23, 80469 München
    Man vs. Machine is the go-to place for coffee lovers with its rotating selection of high-quality beans imported from various parts of the world. This sleek and modern establishment was the flagbearer of the third-wave coffee movement in Munich and has been serving artisanal coffee for over a decade.
  2. Café Puck
    Türkenstraße 33, 80799 München
    Thanks to the friendly staff and affordable coffee, you’ll leave this small coffee shop with a smile on your face. Located in the city’s heart, Café Puck offers various coffee beverages. You must try their unique iced coffee with tonic water. The cafe also serves breakfast and light meals, making it a perfect spot to fuel up for a day of sightseeing.
  3. Coffee Fellows
    Multiple dine-ins across München
    Coffee Fellows is a chain of coffee shops with multiple locations throughout Munich. Here you can savor freshly roasted coffee in a cozy backdrop. The baristas here are knowledgeable and passionate about their craft, and the atmosphere is welcoming and laid-back.
  4. Emilo
    Levelingstraße 18, 81673 München
    Emilo is another popular coffee shop in the Glockenbachviertel neighborhood that offers a wide range of single-origin beans from around the world. The baristas use pour-over techniques to create the perfect cup of coffee. The minimalist decor and tranquil atmosphere make it a great place to spend an afternoon.
  5. Café Blá
    Lilienstraße 34, 81669 München
    In the hip Kunstareal district, Café Blá offers a unique coffee experience with its Nordic-inspired design and innovative brewing techniques. The baristas here use many methods, including siphon, Aeropress, and Chemex, to create customized coffee drinks. The cafe also offers excellent teas and pastries.
  6. Standl 20
    Elisabethmarkt Elisabethplatz Stand Nr. 20, 80796 München
    Located in a historic market hall in the city center, Standl 20 is a small coffee shop offering a unique choice of beans roasted by local and international roasters. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and the baristas will gladly chat with you about your coffee preferences.
  7. Café Katzentempel
    Türkenstraße 29, 80799 München
    If you are a cat lover, Café Katzentempel is a must-visit destination in Munich. This cat cafe offers delicious coffee drinks, vegan food, and the opportunity to interact with friendly cats that roam around the cafe. The cafe also hosts movie nights and other events, making it a fun and unique evening spot.
  8. Café Luitpold
    Brienner Str. 11, 80333 München
    If you seek a more traditional coffee house experience, head to Café Luitpold. This historic café has been around since 1888 and has a charm that can’t be replicated. The café’s interior is beautifully decorated with chandeliers and ornate details. The coffee is also top-notch and is served with a collection of delicious pastries.
  9. Café Frischhut
    Prälat-Zistl-Straße 8, 80331 München
    Café Frischhut is the best place if you’re looking for a Bavarian coffee experience. This traditional café serves Weisswurst (Bavarian veal sausage) and pretzels along with their coffee. They roast the coffee in-house and serve it in a beautiful ceramic cup.

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Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email