Where to eat/drink/shop/chill in Copenhagen
- Coffee Collective , Simply the best coffee in town. a Must.
- Nørrebro Bryghus , This is where you want to get (locally brewed) beer in Copenhagen. It's a microbrewery that also serves (good) food. Great location.
- Lyst , Brunch (almost) at home.
- Meyers Bageri , Enter any of the Meyers bakeries and ask for the rugbrød, you won't regret it.
- Assistens Kirkegård , This is the most popular cemetery in Copenhagen. Nothing scary and tim-burtonish though, in summer locals use to have pic-nics in its beautiful garden, walk through it before dusk and you'll fall in love with it.
- Det Kongelige Bibliotek - Den Sorte Diamant , This is Copenhagen's public library. A superb work of architecture.
- keramiker inge vincents , Paper thin bowls, cups and vases created by artist Inge Vincents in a shop worth the visit by itself.
- CMYK Kld , Contemporary art gallery in a more than unusual location.
- Mademoistella , Vintage shop with a great selection of music too.
- Torvehallerne , This is a new market right next to the Norreport station. You'll find stands from the most famous city shops. Locals say it's a tad expensive, but worth a visit.
- Riccos Kaffebar , Lovely for having brunch surrounded by families with kids. Try the muesli & yogurt and sit on their vintage sofas.
- Den Franske Café , This is where my friend from Copenhagen has brunch almost every sunday. Right in front of the Lakes, offers buffet brunch for around 15€. Try the smoked salmon.
- Karamelleriet , Sweet treats produced locally.