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  • "Let's Not Talk About Marius"

    recommendations for springtime dining, clubbing, and music... and we'll say nothing about marius... the giraffe. don't ask.

    • May 2018
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  • Ved Stranden 10 - Vinhandel & Bar

    1

    Wine Bar

    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.

  • Restaurant Schønnemann

    2

    Scandinavian

    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.

  • Aamanns 1921

    3

    Scandinavian

    i loved the first aamanns. here you will have danish smørrebrød but in contrast to schønnemann's, this is the modern nordic minimalist take on it. either/or.

  • Höst

    4

    Scandinavian

    part of cofoco but worth its own entry. though expensive, it gets accolades from friends and restaurant critics. primarily tasting menus, nordic-focused.

  • Kødbyens Fiskebar

    5

    Seafood

    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.

  • Radio

    6

    Scandinavian

    raw wood interior speaks of the height of danish design in what was once DR's (the danish BBC) signature building. haute fare (cuisine): haute fare (prices).

  • 108

    7

    Scandinavian

    on the edge of christianshavn, close to the opera. more comfort food though fancy nonetheless. leave room for dessert. next door is "corner @ 108" for coffee.

  • Amass

    8

    Scandinavian

    tad ironic that the chef is a californian doing his thing in copenhagen – so you won’t be having a dansk experience here, per se, though he is a NOMA protegé!

  • Restaurant Silo

    9

    Scandinavian

    17th floor views overlooking much of copenhagen, from one of the city's most recently redeveloped harbor neighborhoods. new spot, owner/chefs pedigree is legit.

  • 56°

    10

    Scandinavian

    rustic restaurant set within thick walls of gunpowder store from 1600s. nordic-inspired fare mixes modern + traditional. large garden wonderful on sunny days.

  • Culture Box

    11

    Nightclub

    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.

  • Floss

    12

    Bar

    the mars bar of copenhagen: part of city's punk/skateboard history. cheap beers, shitty bartenders, and filthy bathrooms endure in 100% gentrified pisserenden.

  • Never Mind

    13

    Gay Bar

    we always called it "never you mind" because of sassy lip you'd sometimes get from lesbian crowd on certain nights. gay-forward sweaty after-hours dance scene.

  • Bremen Teater

    14

    Theater

    yes it's a theater with a notorious legacy but it's also a newish nightclub (called natbar). large lounge area, young crowd, gets energetic after midnight.

  • Lille VEGA

    15

    Music Venue

    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.

  • Rust

    16

    Nightclub

    rust is an empire with several venues, incl. live music above and basement dance floor below. can be lots of fun but it can also be vanilla and very mainstream.

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding