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Museum café with counter and dining tables

The Museum Café Lina

Café Lina has been catering to the culinary wishes of our visitors at the Jewish Museum Berlin since April 2018. Alongside traditional Jewish and Israeli dishes such as stuffed vine leaves, hummus, and baba ghanoush, you will find specialties from all over the world. Be it for breakfast with labneh and sesame rings, for lunch with shakshuka and latkes, or for a coffee break with homemade cake, baklava, delicious coffee and refreshing lemonade – a variety of freshly prepared dishes are served daily in the newly opened space.

The museum café does not offer kosher cuisine, but small kosher snacks (cookies and crisps) as well as a selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Map with all buildings that belong to the Jewish Museum Berlin. The Old Building is marked in green


Old Building
Lindenstraße 9–14, 10969 Berlin

Museum café with counter, tables and food boards

Museum Café Lina by eßkultur; Jewish Museum Berlin, photo: Yves Sucksdorff

Visit our café and in fine weather the museum garden – the perfect way to combine cultural and culinary delights!

Entrance to the café, the Glass Courtyard, and the garden is free of charge.

Events and Catering

Every occasion is special and requires the right food – Café Lina caters to the individual specifications of your event, be it a family celebration, company event, or conference. We will take you on a taste discovery trip through the kitchens of the world in courses, buffet, or finger food. You can also rent the café for your celebration or event outside of the museum’s opening hours.

The museum café is open Mon-Fri from 11am–4pm and Sat and Sun from 10am–5pm.

T +49 (0)30 68 08 93 44

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