Did you know you can visit Paris without leaving Copenhagen? Yes, you can get two great European cities for the price of one! How? Continue reading
It is a great place to sit and have a beer or glass of wine and perhaps some tasty food: You get all this and a great people-watching opportunity, too.
The Royal Dance Theatre’s Café Ofelia
It is a stunningly cool place to sit in chair or lay back on an oversized pillow chair and sip a cool drink on Copenhagen harbor.
Den Sorte Diamante
Grab a cool drink and some snacks from the café inside and enjoy the sunshine in a lounge deck chair on Copenhagen harbor.
Located on Strædet, parallel to Strøget pedestrian shopping street, Strædet has some wonderful cafes on it with umbrella’shaded table and less crowds.
Den Franske Café
Sundays are great for three things: a morning spent worshiping together with others of like mind in the same spiritual community, visiting relatives and friends, and brunch.
There are many tasty options for Sunday brunch in Copenhagen and one delicious one I urge you to try on a visit to Denmark’s capital city (or if you live in Copenhagen), is Den Franske Café. Continue reading
Sometimes you just gotta have it, even when you are on the run. Fresh vegetables and food you can really sink your teeth into — food you know will fill your stomach. I do not want a light helping of sprouts, some wheatgrass, a tomato and a few pieces of spinach or lettuce. I want FOOD that fills me AND is healthy. One of my favorite take-out places in Copenhagen that satisfies my vegetable and my meat cravings, is Moccas Mad by the inner city lakes. Continue reading
Copenhagen is known as a European city with a great café culture and I agree. It is alsp known for its baked goods…but not cheesecake. That is a New York City or Philadelphia things — and I can attest to that. But lately I found a café that could help Copenhagen compete for that distinction.