Germany’s first drive-in coffee shop will open its doors at the end of March, close to Berlin’s Alexanderplatz.
Cahoona Coffee is currently being constructed at the Leipziger Str., close to ministry of finance.
The idea came to Günter Wakulat after seeing 42,000 cars pass along that stretch of road very slowly during rush hour each day. He wants hopes his service will enable him to deliver fresh coffee after 60 only seconds in the new drive in.
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