3 Bars You Must Try In Copenhagen

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The food scene in Denmark, and especially in its capital Copenhagen, had developed a lot in recent years. Known especially for the world number one restaurant Noma, the city now also offers some great and special bars you should definitely enjoy when visiting.

Kyros and Co.

Behind a “secret door” you will find a large range of cocktails and innovative new drinks. Try out the in-house distilled gins and explore new flavors—such as smoked tea soda or fermented coffee—with whisky.

Address: Teglgårdstræde 13, 1452 København K
Opening hours: Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 10pm


If you are looking for a more calm atmosphere while having your drink, this is the place for you. With relaxing jazz music and a big fireplace, this bar—which is situated in an 18th century house—is a great place to try all sorts of drinks, from the classical margarita to more surprising ones, with very unusual ingredients.

Address: 1151 k, Valkendorfsgade 11, 1151 København
Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 4pm to 10pm


This is one of the oldest bars in Copenhagen, serving as a bar and a restaurant for the last 150 years. It is known for being the favorite meeting place for some of the most renown Danish artists and writers, including Hand Christian Andersen. Here you will find a choice of classic cocktails as well as a large variety of Japanese whiskies.

Address: August Bournonvilles Passage 1, 1055 København
Opening hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 3pm to 10pm