Have you ever dreamed on dining in 1920s Berlin? How about sitting in a Munich Biergarten drinking a nice Hefeweizen? Maybe a traditional German breakfast in an Alpine village? We may not have the views, but you can save the airfare and get a little taste of Germany at Café Berlin. Join us for dinner in our 1920 style dining rooms. Soak up the sunshine on our patio or join us for Sunday Brunch. Sie sind immer herzlich Wilkommen im Café Berlin.

Cafe Berlin

322 Massachusetts Ave, NE
Washington, DC 20002

Located on Capitol Hill near Union Station and the Library of Congress


Monday - Friday Lunch

11:30am - 3pm

Monday - Thursday Dinner

3pm - 10pm

Friday Dinner

3pm - 11pm

Saturday Dinner

11:30am - 11pm

Sunday Brunch


Sunday Dinner



  • POSTPONED!! Hungarian Wine Dinner with Gábor Bánfalvi of TasteHungary.com.

    Apr 2019
    - 6:30pm -

    Hungarian Wine Dinner

    POSTPONED!  New date TBD.


    sweet and tart cherry soup; quark-buttermilk cream, lemon zest, mint, sorrel

    Böjt Winery, White Eger Blend, 2017

    crisp, fruity and aromatic white.



    deep fried yeast bread, cheese, paprika, lardons

    Berger Winery, Dry Tokaj Furmint, 2012

    Aged, organic furmint from the Palandor hill of Tokaj. Nutty, yeasty and with tons of minerality.



    fisherman’s stew of white fish, onion, paprika

    Böjt Winery, Bikavér Blend from Eger, 2015

    Medium bodied red blend from the Böjt family. This is what Hungarians would drink with the fish soup. Ruby color and cherry aromas that are very typical of Kékfrankos, the main grape of the blend.


    Leczó (East German Style)

    stewed tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, mini potato dumplings, spicy Debriziner sausage

    Havas & Timar Winery, Pinot Noir, 2016

    From a very warm vintage in Eger. Some of the berries were overripe and shriveled and the end result is this strong, concentrated wine with raspberry, cranberry like profile.



    stewed beef, smoked and sweet paprika, rustic egg noodles

    Havas & Timar Winery, Cabernet Franc, 2015

    This Bordeaux variety has found itself very much at home in Hungary. This is an elegant single vineyard wine, unfiltered, full bodied and herbaceous.



    torn caramelized pancakes with hazelnuts, apricots and apricot compote

    Szent Benedek Winery, Sweet Szamorodni, 2013, Tokaj

    The crown jewel of Hungarian wine making. Every sip of this wine is full of sweet, citrusy flavors, with caramel, apricot, vanilla aromas. It is a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity.


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