A cosy café on Krahnstraße in one of Osnabrück's oldest town houses. Built in 1533, it served as quarters for the Spanish envoy during the negotiations for the Peace of Westphalia. In 1903, Johannes Läer opened a bakery in the half-timbered building. His promise at the time was to "always use only the best material for my baked goods and confectionery." In 2019, Yvonne Kühne and Winfried Hanekamp took over the bakery and café from the Läer family. The same applies to the new tenants: the first-class quality of the products is the focus of "Sophies - from the tradition of Café Läer". Enjoy homemade cakes, rolls, breads and much more in organic quality directly from the attached bakery. Breads, baguettes and rolls are lovingly baked here, as well as sweet treats such as macarons, tarts and petit fours. Coffee and wine come from the neighbourhood, Demeter flours from the Osnabrück region, and the primal sea salt from Bad Essen.
Please inquire on the homepages or directly in the respective houses about the current opening and event times, prices, cancellations, etc.. This information can change at short notice!