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Tivoli Gardens Opens Amidst Easter Flowers

Tivoli Gardens Opens Amidst Easter Flowers April 15, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Copenhagen’s downtown pleasure park, Tivoli Gardens opened its doors for the 2011 summer season yesterday in a blaze of color and Easter-related events. Spring is here and the sun has been shining on Copenhagen. One of the big signals that summer is on its way is the opening of Tivoli, Copenhagen’s...

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 Attraction Changes Name

Copenhagen Attraction Changes Name April 9, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
One of Copenhagen’s oldest art museums, the Danish Museum of Art & Design or Kunstindustrimuseet on Bredgade in the Frederiksstaden district of Copenhagen is now more than 115 years old. In March, museum directors opted to changed its name to ‘Design Museum Danmark’ as part of a newer, more...

Old School Club Trend Hits Copenhagen

Old School Club Trend Hits Copenhagen March 29, 2011 | Nightlife, What's New | Read More
The style trends inspired by the hit US TV series ’Mad Men’ – set in a ’60s New York City inhabited by cigar-smoking advertizing execs and their dames – have finally reached the shores of Denmark. Fans of the Emmy award-winning show can now imitate its stars in the city’s smartest...

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...

Copenhagen Show Turns Recycling into an Art

Copenhagen Show Turns Recycling into an Art February 11, 2011 | Events, free, What's New | Read More
A new show that opened in Room 101 of Vesterbro exhibition center Øksnehallen today really is a load of rubbish. However you feel about modern art, these pieces are created from what Copenhageners have thrown away. The aim of the show, ‘Sort Slips Hvidt Slips’ (Black Tie White Tie) is to challenge...

Copenhagen has World’s Best Chef

Copenhagen has World’s Best Chef January 31, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
There can be no better build-up to the new winter edition of Copenhagen Cooking that kicks off later this week than the news that Denmark’s Rasmus Kofoed, head chef at Copenhagen’s Geranium restaurant, has won first prize at the prestigious Bocuse d’Or in Lyon. Super-chef Kofoed served an extremely...

Royal Twins are the Icing on the Cake

Royal Twins are the Icing on the Cake January 28, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
When Crown Princess Mary gave birth to two twins on January 8th, Copenhagen’s daintiest patisserie and coffee house dreamed up a delicious window display fit for royalty. The new babies—one boy and one girl—have been honored with a selection of brightly-colored cakes extravagantly decorated to...

New Metro Line the Route to Archaeological Discoveries

New Metro Line the Route to Archaeological Discoveries January 20, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
When Copenhagen’s city museum changed its name from Københavns Bymuseum to the catchier Københavns Museum (Museum of Copenhagen) last February, it was part of a larger change in the museum’s profile: From that of a small town museum to a research centre in an international metropolis. With the...

Visit Denmark’s Post Museum: Now for Free

Visit Denmark’s Post Museum: Now for Free January 14, 2011 | free, Kid Friendly, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Copenhagen’s Post & Telegraph Museum was closed for several months last summer for an extensive renovation and facelift to the numerous permanent exhibitions housed in this old Post Office found a short walk away from the city’s landmark Round Tower. When it reopened in the middle of October,...
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