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recommendations for springtime dining, clubbing, and music... and we'll say nothing about marius... the giraffe. don't ask.
if it's a sunny late afternoon, there are worse places one could go for a glass of wine and people-watching. over-priced because of location but still charming.
you can most certainly get danish smørrebrød at torvehallerne but if you want a proper sit-down meal with the pomp of akvavit and beer, then choose schønnemann.
part of cofoco but worth its own entry. though expensive, it gets accolades from friends and restaurant critics. primarily tasting menus, nordic-focused.
only available in late winter / early spring, stenbidder røgn (lumpfish roe) is our version of caviar. danes go crazy for it like new yorkers howl over ramps.
where i'd go dancing for DJs familiar with the detroit sound. lots of overlap with berlin scene and london. mostly sweaty house / electronic stuff. hit & miss.
i tend to favor little vega to regular "big" vega (stor vega) because the intimate setting feels better for late night dancing. democratic door policy + crowd.