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    The Old English Pub: Home from Home

    by mickeyboy07 Written Oct 16, 2011

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    The pub was established on the 27th May 1992.Built in typical Old English style with bits of interior from all over the World,including Antiques which come from England.The main bar is a unique feature-an original 200 year old Brunswick bar.It is believed that the bar spent some of its life in Chicago and may have at one stage been owned by Al Capone(but there is no actual proof of this).When the bar left for Denmark it attracted a lot of media attention from newspapers.All the staff are English speaking and come from many places such as Denmark,Australia,Ireland and of course England.
    The pub serves a good variety of beers,wines and spirits but it is a little pricey,good atmosphere though and nice staff.

    opening times:11.30am till 2.30am sunday and weekdays
    11.30am till 4.30am friday and saturday

    Dress Code: Casual

    Outside the Brunswick bar Inside Decor
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    Spilleregler: Cosy and warm

    by mickeyboy07 Written Oct 15, 2011

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    A very friendly,cosy pub situated in the Norreport district of the city about 15 min walk north of the centre.Chaty locals playing dice games and helpful bar staff telling us about their city and country.We spent hours here and had quite a lot to drink and a really good time.Prices are quite cheaper here than in the tourist areas of the city.Well recommended.

    Dress Code: Casual

    Outside Daniel the bar man Tom Olsen(regular)playing dice game Me and my partner Sue at the bar
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    Jernbanecafeen: Sing with the Danes

    by mickeyboy07 Written Oct 13, 2011

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    A popular local bar in Vesterbro just a few mins walk from the Central Station,A rowdy but friendly place with loud music and sing a long locals at the bar.The place is quite small with an unusual collection of model trains and auto memorabilia.Prices are a little cheaper here than in the city centre and the bar has a large selection of beers,wines and spirits.Friendly staff and talkative locals make you feel very welcome.
    Opening times:7am till 2am

    Dress Code: Casual

    Outside Locals at bar
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    Cafe Krølben.: Very cosy little football bar.

    by cachaseiro Written Oct 1, 2011

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    Cafe Krølben is a small football bar in central Copenhagen that is by far my favorite spot when i want to watch a football game.
    It´s a little basement bar that also has an upstairs room where you can retreat to if the place gets packed.
    The owner is a really cool guy who is a true football lover and the selection of nottled beer is very good with lot´s of nice danish micro brews.
    If you are in *Copenhagen and there is a major football game that you want to watch then i recommend that you go there.
    It´s in my humble opinion the nicest sports bar in Copenhagen.

    Dress Code: No dress code, but wearing a football shirt is surely no bad idea.

    Cafe Kr��lben.
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    Global Copenhagen: the place to go to listen to world music

    by marielexoteria Written Sep 18, 2011

    Copenhagen has a few concert venues spread out in the city, but Global sticks out for offering world music concerts pretty much every week.

    Global is a non-profit volunteer based organization that wants to promote quality artists from around the world, that otherwise would not get the same exposure.

    The place is conveniently located in Nørrebro, close to Sankt Hans Torv, and with many cafés in the vicinity where to grab a bite before enjoying a concert. I have been there twice to enjoy German Bavarian folk music and a Balkan performer. The concert room isn't too big but it's nice, although sometimes it can get too hot and humid with all the people dancing and jumping around. There's a small bar that serves beer, wine and water at regular prices.

    They have a club too, featuring DJs and with the same "world music" concept.

    Dress Code: Come as you are.

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    Bankeråt: Trendy bar with a difference

    by illumina Written Aug 7, 2011

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    The first thing you should notice about this dark and slightly dingy bar will be the stuffed animals in human clothing dotted about the interior, like the polarbear greeting guests in his tuxedo, drink in hand and baring his teeth (Look closely though, and you'll see it's not actually a stuffed polar bear, but a polar bear skin complete with head, cunningly draped over a besuited mannequin!).

    Behind the bar is another room, with dolls' heads lamps above the tables, and a staircase leading down to the toilets, where behind glass is a dressed-up leopard, with a seal in a gimp mask. I kid you not.

    They serve food (we didn't have any, but our friends did and it looked pretty good), and drinks aren't too pricey by Copenhagen standards. You can download the menu from the website.

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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.

    Cafe Blaagaards apotek. Cafe Bl��g��rds apotek.
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    THE SCOTTISH PUB: A HIGHLAND FLING

    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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    THE OLD ENGLISH PUB: HOME FROM HOME

    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: www.housemusik.dk (not only house music, actually) www.flavourz.dk (hip hop) and www.inout.dk (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

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    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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