“Norway’s best cocktail bar” (by The Oslo Bar Awards) has opened a Danish branch in the inner city of Copenhagen.
The new bar uses fresh ingredients and homemade syrups, as well as premium craft liquors for their cocktails. On the menu are a wide selection of vintage, tiki-style cocktails.
The space is large, spacious and playful. Their target customers, folks born in the 80s (probably the more mature Millennials in their 30s with some money and no kids yet), will enjoy the retro Nintendō games at the cozy table by the large window.
The homey cocktail bar resembles a living room, where you can party with no stress.
Address: Nørregade 26, Copenhagen, Denmark
Grød is a chain porridge bar in Denmark.
While they offer an international range of savory oatmeal fares styled in the likes of congee, daal or risotto, there is something distinctively Nordic about the concept – you will see that many organic, healthy and local ingredients are being used for their dishes. Many options are gluten free and vegan-friendly.
The outlet décors are also simple, minimalistic and atmosphere casual. Perfect for a quick, wholesome meal.
Address: Jægersborggade 50, 2200 Copenhagen, Denmark
Telephone: 50 58 55 79
Address: Hal 2, Stade 8A, Linnésgade 17 1362 Copenhagen, Denmark
Telephone: 50 59 82 15
Falkoner alle 34, 2000 Frederiksberg C, Denmark
Telephone: 50 58 36 94
Aarhus Central Foodmarket
Address: Skt. Knuds Torv 7-9
Resembling a green house, Väkst is Cofoco’s latest restaurant in the heart of Copenhagen, offering a gastronomic experience with an informal vibe.
Their menu changes monthly, featuring organic Nordic vegetables and sustainable fish and meats.
For a tasting experience, a 3-course vegetarian menu costs 275kr and won’t hurt your wallet. To indulge, enjoy an evening menu at 595kr with aperitif, multiple signature courses and wine tasting.
We recommend the ground floor for more natural daylight in the summer, whilst its basement is warm and offers a sense of ‘hygge’ in the winter.
Address: St. Peders Stræde 34, 1453 Copenhagen K, Denmark
Telephone: +45 3841 2727
Photo courtesy of Väkst
Located next to the Nørreport station in downtown Copenhagen, Kalaset is a popular corner café for tourists residing in nearby hotels and hostels, as well as locals craving for some homey vibes and foods. Continue reading Kalaset