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2 walking itineraries, optimal for winter. first 6 venues are in christianshavn + islands brygge; last 9 take you from the inner city to the heart of vesterbro.
everyone knows noma, of course. copenhagen foodies also know kadeau. dishes inspired by the riches from the island of bornholm, home to the chefs. great spot.
a baroque 17th century church where one can climb all the way to the top of the corkscrew steeple, for a wonderful view of christianshavn and copenhagen.
one of my favorite restaurants. part of christiania. guest chefs rotate over the course of the year, so the menu is always a surprise. rustic rock & roll vibe.
once a functional alternative to mainstream values, now in its last stages but still an embodiment of tolerance: proof that there's room for living differently.
for a comprehensive perspective on danish history, this free museum even includes restorations of some of the more famous murals from christiania (ca. 1968).
similar to NYC's cooper hewitt, the DDC offers an insightful walk through of the history of danish design, succinctly defining its role in danish society.
pick up something for your next journey. an outdoor food hall with an excellent range of vendors in what was once a neglected plaza next to ørstedsparken.
tiny café located a wee bit off the beaten path. coffee and records. a small room in the back for browsing books and periodicals. bona fide.
popular spot for those who've been out clubbing the night before. healthy brunches, excellent sandwiches and coffee, a chill vibe that won't annoy the hangover.