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The Film Critic Guy and I were out for a walk a few nights ago when we heard some music. ”Let’s follow the sound” he said, and a few minutes later we found the source to the tunes. At the corner of Vedbækgade and Nordbanegade, a small band played live music. Next to them was a bamboo bar, serving Spanish and Chilean drinks.

We didn’t need much consideration before deciding to stop for a drink. We found a free table and ordered two mango sours in the bamboo bar, that the bartender served in high glasses. “It’s a Chilean drink” he told us, and I didn’t need to taste more than one sip before deciding that it’s one of the best drinks I’ve ever had.

During the time I’ve lived at Nørrebro, the two cafés at the corner of Vedbækgade and Nordbanegade have had several different owners. Lækkerier, the one serving drinks, has been here for about a year. Inside they serve cake, coffee and alcohol. It’s good, but I definitely prefer to sit outside. The small square reminds me of being on holiday – of drinking wine in Barcelona or Italy. I know it’s Denmark, it just dosen’t fell like it.

If you want to have a drink here, you should come during the summer. The small bamboo bar is open every sunny Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening during the summer.

Vedbækgade 13, Nørrebro

50-65 dkk for a drink

Bus 5A to Stefansgade (100 meters away)

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 communication. She is also the creator of the English food blog My Nordic Food Tales.