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Find out more about all the exciting places that are are on trend and favorites among Copenhageners. Here you will find an overview of our best recommendations of Copenhagen's coolest places to get a better insight into the city, and an experience of Copenhagen's vibrant life.
This nice place has got its name from having served as a temporary storage unit for newspapers. More recently, the Copenhagen Street Food House has taken over, and it has become a popular hangout for Copenhageners. Since 2017, there has been a temporary plan to renovate the entire island, and there is now a competition between several architect offices for what it will be. While we wait for what finally emerges, we recommend that you take the trip to the fine dining hall. Step inside all the food stalls before settling on one of the industrial benches, or relax in a sun lounger on the patio in the sunbath while enjoying the food.
The meat packing district in Vesterbro is an area which used to home the city's butchers. In fact, there are still some butchers here, but what attracts visitors is the constant influx of new and hip nightclubs, bars and restaurants.
The buildings and facades are protected, which means that the serving places do not have name tags, so it can be a little difficult to find the best spots. But that doesn't stop Copenhageners from flocking here in high numbers. Particularly in the evening, this is a popular area, filled with good food and drink and swinging rhythms.
The impressive three-leaf clover consisting of Claus Meyer from Noma, Meyers Madhus and jazz musician Niels Lan Doky have joined forces to form The Standard. It has become a restaurant and jazz house in one, where you can enjoy top-notch food while listening to sumptuous live jazz tones. The three restaurants that house the building offer both modern, Nordic and Indian cuisine in pleasant and stylish surroundings. The Jazz Club presents both well-known and upcoming artists who all really set the standard on the intimate stage.
This alternative residential area was created in 1971 when several of the residents of Christianshavn broke into a former military area to create a playground for their children. The empty houses that stood there were quickly filled by hippies and drug addicts, but are now a popular tourist attraction. Christiana is a free and self-governing society, where everyone has their own responsibility for the community. There is a quiet village atmosphere in the area, as it differs from the rest of the city by being free of cars. A stroll through Christiana is an experience with its colorful walls and walls, self-built houses and specialty shops.