Usually when I need to work, I head over to Republikken. It’s a café for freelancers. However, it takes me 25 minutes to get there by bike, and I’ve been looking for a café with coffee and fast wifi a bit closer. A few weeks ago, the Danish newspaper Politiken posted a review from this new café close to where I live. And a few days ago, I took my computer in my backpack and biked over.

Café Bevar´s is one of those places, where you can sit for several hours working, because it just feels right. When I’m there, there are students hanging out with their books and young people hanging out with their mac, working and talking with friends. One of the couches’ in the window is still free, and I occupy it for two hours, with my computer and an organic soda.

In the review I read in the newspaper, they wrote that this is a good café, because you can get a small meal or some yoghurt all day long, for an okay price. In the evening they serve beer, so you don’t necessarily need a computer or some books in front of you all day long.

Ravnsborggade 10 B, Nørrebro

Metro/S-train/Bus, stop Nørreport St. (600 meters away) or bus 5A stop Ravnsborggade (100 meters)

25 DKK for a coffee, and between 40-100 DKK for something to eat, depending on the size of the dish

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Linn Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food photography. She also writes the Danish food blog Frk. Kræsen.