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Phone: (45) 32 511400
Fax: (45) 32 513701
Bars & Cafes
Joe & The Juice is a popular chain of Danish juice bars and sandwich shops. This branch is conveniently situated at the Copenhagen Airport and offers a trendy place to relax after a long flight. The juices are given quirky names such as Immunity, a blend of passion fruit and red grapes, the spinach-based Prince of Green and Hell of a Nerve with elderflower, strawberry and banana. Guests can also relish tuna and turkey sandwiches, accompanied by espressos and organic lemon shakes. Even though the beverages are rich in nutrients, there is no compromise on flavors. Business travelers can make use of their free WiFi facilities to get their work done.
Café Bizzaro, situated on the green Amager, is a nice and lively cafe. Plenty of light shines in through the huge, tall windows. The reason for the name is probably the dentist's chair placed near the the door, which really is bizarre! Café Bizzaro is a good place to go to if you like playing games - there's computer games and table football.
Enjoy glorious views of the city as you sip on champagne at the aptly named Sky Bar. Perched on the 23rd level of the hotel Bella Sky Comwell, this stylish lounge and restaurant delights with varied food experiences throughout the day and a spirits list that has something for everyone. Floor-to-ceiling windows flank the entire space allowing plenty of natural light during the day. The interiors sport clean lines, and are done up in a red and white theme, with stylish design chairs. There's plenty of room between tables for privacy in conversation. The lunch menu offers traditional as well as modern takes on Smørrebrød (Danish open sandwiches), while Scandinavian specialties dominate the dinner menu. The drinks list is heavy on wine, but also offers other spirits like vodka, beer, rum and a choice of Nordic spirits. Check website for more.
Cafe Nemoland offers plenty of opportunities to blow your mind. Located just a short walk from downtown, Nemoland is a popular gathering spot for disgruntled youth, backpackers, and the bohemian locals. A lively venue until the wee hours of the morning, here you can talk with people from around the globe over your favorite indulgence of choice.
This nonalcoholic coffee shop functions as a cafe, pool room, and restaurant. Breakfast is a must, as they claim to have the best bacon and eggs in town. After 1p, they serve a wide range of sandwiches and cakes. On their walls hang the works of local artists, and new pieces are featured every month. See their website for further details.
Cafe Oven Vande is one of the finest places to go for a hearty meal in the city. The place offers a different and a varied menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner that has popularized the place among the patrons. With a wonderful décor, fine ambiance and great service, you are sure to gave a memorable meal here. To know more, check the website.
Eiffel Bar is a lot bigger than it looks from the outside, and is always packed. The Parisian feel was imported in the 1930s and is well preserved, with Eiffel Tower replicas everywhere. A mixed crowd of businessmen, diplomats and students hangout at this lively bar.
Between the bright yellow walls of Luna you can enjoy a cappucino or café au lait while reading a book. Vor Frelsers Kirke church with its impressive spires, a must for all visitors to Copenhagen, is close by.The French-inspired menu will satisfy most and there is a selection of wines and alcoholic drinks as well. For dessert try the homemade Petit Fours, parfaits or if you want to keep it Danish, try pancakes with ice cream.
Located next to Islands Brygge bridge, Langebro is is a popular local hangout. It lies close to a Humanities Faculty, and so it's a popular choice for students ditching class. Don't be surprised to find the study-police on the watch out for the bunkers! You can bring in a pizza from the place next door and eat it here.
Bacino is an Italian restaurant located in the city center at the Custom House which was a hovercraft terminal before. Custom House has a great view of the harbor, the Opera House and the Little Mermaid statue. The restaurant serves finely crafted Italian food prepared from fresh seasonal produce. The menu includes antipasti, pasta, risotto along with seafood and meat. The restaurant has an extensive selection of Italian wines that complement your meal.
Although mermaids and rough seamen only make up a small part of the clientele, much of the atmosphere is dedicated to people of the sea. Old navigation lights, figureheads and propellers create a true Nyhavn atmosphere. Lunch consists mainly of traditional open sandwiches, but other dishes include roast pork, meatballs and sirloin steak. Nyhavn 17 has Danish, Irish and Belgian beers on tap as well as wine. Live music is played Monday-Friday from 9pm.
Taking its name from the street it occupies, Ved Stranden 10 houses one of the city's best collection of wines. The collection is heavy on labels from Germany, Austria and France with a little choice from other regions as well like Spain, Portugal and Italy. Biodynamic wines are a specialty, and connoisseurs won't be disappointed with the selection. A small selection of delicious light bites accompanies your drinks. The cozy interiors dressed in white, receive ample light throughout the day. Modern low-hanging lanterns over tables add a nice touch to the space. You can also take a bottle home from the wine shop. Check website for more.