Opening of a typical Viennese coffee house in Berlin and the beginning of the EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ story.
The legendary Viennese coffee house blend is created, which will have a decisive influence on the success story of EINSTEIN KAFFEE™. To this day, only our roasting master knows the secret recipe, which is conjured up from six different singles before each roasting.
The second Café EINSTEIN opens on Unter den Linden. The gallery next door shows the work of international photographers.
The unique EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ coffee house concept is born. One of the first shops at Friedrichstraße 185-190 opens its doors and presents the unique combination of fresh roasted coffee, regional salads and sandwiches for the first time.
The EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ concept is awarded the Foodservice Prize by the publishing group Deutscher Fachverlag for outstanding achievements in the field of brand and system catering.
Cafés are successively built at Savignyplatz, Gendarmenmarkt, Ku'damm, Nordbahnhof, Friedrichstraße and Checkpoint Charlie, among others.
Frankfurt becomes the second German location for our EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ branches. Shortly after the opening in Düsseldorferstraße, a new café opens in Frankfurt's historic Römerberg town hall square.
The first EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ opens in Potsdam and is one of the first cafés to offer an extensive breakfast menu and numerous outdoor seating options.
At Alexanderplatz, another EINSTEIN KAFFEE™ revitalises the square around the Weltzeituhr. The newly opened café at Berlin Hauptbahnhof provides travellers with coffee delicacies while passing through.
A new café in the Bücherbogen directly at Savignyplatz opens its doors and combines literature with coffee enjoyment.