The coffeehouse is a compact system of circular energy, which emanates astonishingly creative energy.
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Opening of a typical Viennese coffee house in the old Villa Roßmann in the Kurfürstenstraße and the beginning of the EINSTEIN COFFEE history. The Austrian founder Uschi Bachauer brings the free spirit to the Café Einstein Stammhaus and organizes weekly concerts with the avant-garde of the new music scene.
The legendary Viennese coffee blend is developed, which will significantly influence the success of EINSTEIN KAFFEE.
The original site on Kurfürstenstraße becomes an institution known for the best blend in the city. Notable people come and celebrate the finest combination of the flair of the old days and the Berliner avant-garde. Roasting takes place in the in-house roastery in Moabit.
The second Einstein Café opens on Unter den Linden. The owner, artist and art dealer Gerhard Uhlig, exhibits works of international photographers in his gallery next door. Thanks to the advantageous location across from the Bundestag, numerous politicians gather here.
The unique EINSTEIN KAFFEE house concept emerges. One of the first stores on Friedrichstraße 185-190 opens its doors and presents the unique combination of roasted coffee and regional salads and sandwiches.
The Einstein concept is awarded the Foodservice Prize from the German publishing group Fachverlag for outstanding accomplishments in brand and system gastronomy.
Cafés are opened consecutively on Savignyplatz, Gendarmenmarkt, Ku’damm, Nordbahnhof, on Friedrichstraße and at Checkpoint Charlie.
The first EINSTEIN KAFFEE opens in Potsdam and is one of the first cafés to offer a wide selection of breakfast fare and outdoor seating.
On Alexanderplatz another EINSTEIN KAFFEE sets up shop around the world clock. The newly opened café at the Central Station in Berlin provides passengers with coffee delights for their travels.
A new café at Savignyplatz opens in the Bücherbogen and combines coffee culture with literature.