Posts tagged "jægersborggade"

Karamelleriet: The sweetest shop in Jægersborggade

If you walk through Jægersborggade, you might realize that there is a small smell in the middle of the street. It’s something sweet, and I’ve seen lots of people looking around to figure out where it comes from. The answer is Karamelleriet, a small shop making homemade caramels. The caramels smell absolutely fantastic and taste...

Terroiristen: One of the best wine bars at Nørrebro in Copenhagen

I had passed Terroiristen many times, before I actually went inside. It took me a while, because I thought that the place looked to clean and minimalistic for me. Not at all like the coffee bars with second hand furniture where I usually hang out. However, when I finally dared to try the wine bar,...

Jægersborggade: My favorite street in Copenhagen

Jægersborggade in Copenhagen is one of my favorite streets. It’s a short street, only 150 meters long. But that’s enough, because it has tons of cool small stores.

Manfreds & Vin: My favorite restaurant in my favorite street

I have to admit. I have a small crush on Manfreds. In my opinion, it’s the best restaurant in Copenhagen. Manfreds has been the place where I’ve celebrated my two last birthdays, and it has been pretty perfect both times. The Film Critic guy, me, candles at the table, delicious food and the most amazing...

RETRO Nørrebro: When you want to drink coffee and relax

I used to work at RETRO Nørrebro before. It’s a café where everyone is volunteers, and I used to be in the event team. The event team met every now and then and we held long meetings in the old sofas, talking about ideas and plans and funny things, just to be able to sit...
GRØD: The Copenhagen restaurant that only serves porridge

GRØD: The Copenhagen restaurant that only serves porridge

Every time my friends are visiting Copenhagen and I’m not there to show them my best spots, I tell them to go to GRØD. It’s a really tiny restaurant that opened about two years ago, and the only dishes they serve are dishes based on porridge (grød means porridge in Danish). Sometimes when I tell...