Café Spund

Gay café since 1974
Opened in 1974, in the same year as Toms Saloon [see entry], Café Spund is Germany's longest-serving daytime gay café, formerly the domain of Jürgen Hauptmann, who died in 2013, and now overseen by Jurik Suchan. It's only a short walk from the Hauptbahnhof (Central Station), serves home-made soups, salads and cakes, and has surely earned its place in German gay history. Closes 9pm on Sunday in summer.