Nightclubs and bars in Copenhagen

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    Cafe Langebro: Good late bar

    by illumina Written Aug 1, 2011

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    Cafe Langebro is a modern bar with a good selection of beers (local Danish, microbrews and foreign) - there are 24 taps! They also serve other beverages like coffee, but no food (but they're happy for you to bring food in from elsewhere).

    We came here after our works summer party at a restaurant around the corner, and it was a lovely cosy place to sit and chat and drink!

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    Wall Street: Cheapest beer in Copenhagen?

    by illumina Written Jul 22, 2011

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    Drinking in Copenhagen can get a bit expensive, but this bar, just around the corner from Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn on Gothersgade, does 2 bottles of beer for 24DKK on Thursday evenings until 5am! It has a very dark interior, but the staff are friendly, and there's sport on the TV if you want that sort of thing (but it's not loud, if you don't!).

    "Hver torsdag = Dobbelt op på flaskeøl til kl. 05.00 !!!"

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    Cafe Blaagaards apotek.: A real local pub with a nix mix of people.

    by cachaseiro Written Apr 14, 2011

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    Cafe Blaagaards apotek is a former pharmacy turned in to a cafe where you have a wide range of people coming.
    The place is very popular with the local students, the local jazz crowd as they often have live jazz music and the local alcoholics like to gather at the bar.
    Blaagaards apotek has a good range of drinks too including many good danish micro brews aswell as a very good selection of foreign beers of good quality, but they also have very cheap coffee for those who are broke.
    The crowd is generally very local, but you will feel welcome as an outsider as it´s a very easygoing place that tries to welcome all.

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    by alyf1961 Written Apr 10, 2011

    This pub opens late most nights and has a scottish feel to it although when I went in the football that was on the TV was european rather than British.
    They have live music on a couple of times a week and prices are about average.

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    by alyf1961 Written Apr 10, 2011

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    The old English pub is right in the heart of Copenhagen.
    The pub has been open since 1992 and is decorated in old English style.
    The main bar is 200 years old and is thought to have once been owned by Al Capone.
    I popped in for a swift half during the day but at night they have live music and sports events on TV including English football.
    What did I drink whilst I was there?
    Carlsberg of course.

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  • various: Always updated

    by cute_polyglot Updated Apr 4, 2011

    There are the usual spots that never seem to die: VEGA (very big and very trendy), RUST (smaller, trendy, good hip hop on wednesdays), but to really know what's going on, you have to be updated. Here are some great links, that I always use: (not only house music, actually) (hip hop) and (any type of music and also other cultural events).

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    Verydisco: Club

    by sorenf Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Verdisco is a trendy Wednesday club. Closed until april.

    Dress Code: Unless Thursday is a holiday you shouldn't have any problems getting in here, even if you are a drunk aussie student comming from the international night at Studenterhuset.

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    Barcelona: another Nørrebro place

    by elsebeth Updated Apr 4, 2011

    In the restaurant on the 1. floor, you can challange your tastebuds, with the Intereuropean kitchen, and the cafè lures you with the chef`s specialities from an often changed menu. The weekend welcomes you to some sweaty soul- and func rhythm in Barcelona`s nightclub, Bar`cuda.

    Dress Code: just dress nicely

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    Bands of Tomorrow: Upcoming danish bands

    by Andreja86 Updated Feb 21, 2011

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    Bands of Tomorrow is a volunteer project for upcoming bands.
    They arrange concerts all around Copenhagen almost every week where 4-5 bands plays for free to get their breakthrough.
    In the end of the evening the audience select the best band which will compete in the Band of Tomorrow finals.

    The event cost around 40 and 50 DKK and often takes place in central Copenhagen. It gives you a great opportunity discover unknown bands, it is cheap and you get contact to locals and feel the local atmosphere.

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  • Simons copenhagen: damn, Simons rocked the ***t out of me!

    by Jacquesmerlaut Written Nov 18, 2010

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    last week i visited copenhagen for the first time in my life... The first days i went to visit some of your favorites, like tivoli and the kings garden. But i'm a man in my late thirties and i really wanted to go out!
    So i tried your recommendation for the nightlife - bars around the area... Nothing really seemed cool, so i asked a good danish friend of mine where the f*** to go and he said that i deffinitely should try the place, Simons! he said that it's a private club, but as long as you are cool - you will always get in! i thought, what the heck, i'll try to visit the place just to make him wrong. :)
    i'am an old clubber, seen a few things in my life, but this place really rocked my world... I had one of the best nights in my life! good music, cool people and lots of pretty danish girls!

    Thumps up to you guys at Simons... it f**** rocks!

    Dress Code: as long as you are cool!

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    Il Cortile: Perfect for a calm drink and talk

    by jorgec25 Written Oct 21, 2010

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    Il Cortile was a very nice place we found, a bit by chance, walking by the older part of Copenhagen. It's a restaurant and bar, in a side ally that is perfectly adapted and decorated.

    It serves a good selection of beers and also some organic drinks (like Cola).

    A quit place where we can chat. And the staff was really nice (and beautiful, lol)

    Dress Code: casual

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    Kongens Bar: Great atmosphere

    by ValbyDK Updated Sep 7, 2010

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    Kongens Bar (The Kings Bar) is one of the oldest (and smallest) bars in Copenhagen. From the outside it looks a little dark, but don’t get fooled - is a very cosy and relaxed place with a great atmosphere!

    During the week, the bar is mainly frequented by regulars and could be a little quiet, but on the weekends the place is so crowded that is nearly impossible to move around in the bar. As mentioned, Kongens Bar is a small place and there are only a couple of tables so you have to stand or try to find a chair at the bar.

    Funny and friendly waitresses, a mature clientele, good music from the last 3-4 decades, and a OK selection of beers (mainstream brands), drinks, and shots.

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    Charlie's Bar: English Pub in Copenhagen

    by tvor Written May 27, 2010

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    Charlie's bar is an English style pub found on a little street in the Latin Quarter in Copenhagen. It's really just a little hole in the wall, a very small pub that serves up many kinds of real English cask ales and beers. You won't find Carlsberg here, the beer is well kept and the atmosphere is quiet and cozy, a nice place for a quiet pint. There is a wide variety that often changes. They're open late, until 2 a.m. on weekends, 1 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 on Sunday and midnight on Mondays. It can get crowded at weekends but then with a place this small, even a slow night could be crowded! We went for a few drinks en route to having a meal elsewhere and I really liked it's old fashioned unpretentious atmosphere.

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    Café Bopa: Café in the day; bar at night...

    by Classic73 Written Nov 12, 2009

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    For those of you who don't feel like going to a crowded, noisy disco, don't wanna spend a fortune in a fancy nightclub and don't wanna hang out with the local winos at the pub, this might be the place for you...

    Bopa (named after the square on which it lies, which in turn is named after a WWII resistance group) is a cozy place for the 25+ crowd; casual and not too expensive (by Danish standards), with outside service well into the evening if the weather allows - if the sun is shining, this is a great place to grab some lunch or even dinner! A small dance floor let's you loosen up the old legs to some 80's hits or whatever the DJ fancies... The interior is a bit "rough"; the furniture is old and the tables have a few years of spilled beer soaked in, but that's all part of the atmosphere. Do try one of their great cocktails, a trick they've learned recently after the success of their neighbour, Pixies. If you show up before 23:00 there's a 10% discount...

    Dress Code: Casual, but anything goes...

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    Café Globen: The VT hang out in CPH

    by TheView Written Oct 24, 2008

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    There is a ultimate virtual tourist hang out bar in Copenhagen the Café Globen. Its is a bar founded and run on a volunteer basis by members and supporters of the Danish travellers society (De Berejstes Klub). It offers nice beer from around the world and good local beer from microbreweries, free internet, lots of travel books if you like to plan your next journey. The atmosphere is laidback and welcoming and a handshake and introductions and chats with the other guests are a common phenomena.

    But the best thing about the bar is the bartenders that count two great vt-members
    cachaseiro and Razmataac

    Dress Code: laidback just come with a open mind!

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