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Outdoor Dining Options in Copenhagen

Outdoor Dining Options in Copenhagen July 25, 2011 | Food | Read More
Over the last decade, the trend towards outdoor dining in Copenhagen has expanded enough to rival a Mediterranean city’s. As soon as spring arrives, Danes turn in to outdoorsy people, and with the long summer evenings characteristic of Scandinavia, al fresco dining can be just as pleasant here...

Copenhagen Cooking…. A Festival You Can Taste

Copenhagen Cooking…. A Festival You Can Taste June 13, 2011 | Events, Food | Read More
Some festivals offer music to your ears, while others feast the eyes with images. Copenhagen, however, pays tribute to its current recipe for success: Its cuisine. Copenhagen Cooking is a food festival celebrating the Scandinavian kitchen, and will be making mouths water for the seventh time this summer...

Copenhagen’s New MakkeKafe a Pal to Families

Copenhagen’s New MakkeKafe a Pal to Families May 6, 2011 | Food, Kid Friendly, What's New | Read More
What do women look for in a cafe? Or, more specifically, what do moms want? Our mother’s day choice of Copenhagen cafe goes to the newly-opened coffee bar MakkeKafe, a haven for mothers and kids alike. Copenhagen is hardly short of brand-new eateries with interiors reminiscent of a Wallpaper Magazine...

Copenhagen’s Best Cafe Squares

Copenhagen’s Best Cafe Squares April 30, 2011 | Food, Romantic, Things to Do | Read More
As anyone who has ever visited the Danish capital during the spring or summer will tell you, one of a Copenhagener’s favorite pastimes is watching the city go by from the vantage point of a cafe chair—preferably on one of its lively squares. The Danish word for square is ‘torv’: Here’s our...

Copenhagen Hotel Restaurants: Forget the Room, Book a Table

Copenhagen Hotel Restaurants: Forget the Room, Book a Table April 28, 2011 | Food, Hotels | Read More
Scratch what you think you know about hotel restaurants. Some of Copenhagen’s coolest dining spots are to be found inside its hotels, and even if you can’t quite afford to sleep in five-star luxury, you can still chow down in style. Kubrik design and penthouse views Named after the hotel’s founder,...

Vegetarian in Copenhagen

Vegetarian in Copenhagen April 19, 2011 | Food | Read More
Without wanting to state the obvious, the Danish diet is not really designed for vegetarians. Heavy on the red meat—particularly pork—a fish option is generally available, but not always a vegetarian one; vegans will find dining particularly challenging. Those looking for a meat-free meal in Copenhagen...

Long-Awaited Restaurant Opens

Long-Awaited Restaurant Opens April 11, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
Today sees the opening of Bo Bech’s new à la carte restaurant, Geist, on Kongens Nytorv: A smarter, more casual place than his previous venture, with a showy open kitchen as centerpiece. Flashy chef Bo Bech is a well-known name on Copenhagen’s restaurant scene since the opening of his Paustian restaurant...

Copenhagen Traditional Easter Lunches: Five of the Best

Copenhagen Traditional Easter Lunches: Five of the Best April 7, 2011 | Food, Travel Tips | Read More
Holidays like Easter make great occasions for travel. Copenhageners think so too, however, and the city can seem pretty quiet over the long holiday weekend. Many city dwellers take off to summerhouses in the country to enjoy their vacation with extended family members and plenty of food and drink. Denmark...

Stars of the Danish Kitchen Offer Heavenly Take-out

Stars of the Danish Kitchen Offer Heavenly Take-out March 31, 2011 | Food | Read More
Don’t assume that the stars of Danish gastronomy are content with serving the best three-course dinners to their guests. These days, the stars of the Copenhagen kitchen want you to take home their impeccable culinary creations, as well, meaning that even if you can’t get at a table at Noma or...

No New Stars on the Michelin Horizon

No New Stars on the Michelin Horizon March 17, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
There was nothing new for Copenhagen’s top restaurants when the Michelin Guide 2011 was unveiled yesterday, March 16. With everything pretty much as it had been before, it almost looked like Michelin had forgotten to update the guide: Noma retained its two stars but failed to get the top third star...
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