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.

Several of the images I have on my wall at home, come from CMYK. It’s a small art shop, where you can buy illustrations from lots of different Danish artists. The prices are very reasonable, and you can get the images in a border. Love the place!

My favorite things
This small shop contains pretty much everything. The name is accurate, because when you’re there, you can actually feel that this is the owner’s favorite things. I’ve been in love with the socks in the window for quite a while now, and both the Film Critic Guy and I have an illustration from Wes Anderson’s movies, that we have bought here.

I adore the thought about going out and eating porridge for breakfast, which is exactly what you can do at this place. They typically serve five different types of “breakfast porridges”, and later during the day you can get risotto. The place is even better when the weather is nice, and you can eat outside. Read my post about GRØD here.

Manfreds & Vin
One of my favorite restaurants’ in Copenhagen. They have a really good “dish of the day” and “green dish of the day”. When I want to celebrate, I sometimes go here, because their more expensive dishes are outstanding as well. Read my post about Manfreds here.

Relæ is actually a Michelin restaurant, even if it doesn’t look like that through the window. The place is very relaxed and serves delicious(!!!) food. I’ve been there once, and it was fantastic. Remember to reserve a table long in advance though.

This is a small shop making their own candy. It’s probably the best I’ve had (I love their licorice caramels). If you’re lucky you get to taste the candy that is being made while you’re in the shop. It’s quite pricey, but it’s possible to buy very small amounts, if you just want a few pieces.

This place makes organic juice, and it’s delicious. Enough said!

RETRO Nørrebro
RETRO is a non-profit café and every one working there are volunteers. I actually used to be on their event team, and hanged out a lot in the sofas with my computer when I still studied. They have free wifi, second hand furniture and good prices. Read my post about RETRO here.

This is a quite funny place. Their menu is very short, and I know the place for their lambrusco. You can buy a bottle, and sit in the corner. There are a record player and lots of records at the place, so whenever you want to hear something new, you just change. It’s not always so easy to find a place to sit here, but it’s definitely worth a try.

Ro Chokolade
If you want to spoil yourself, stop by Ro Chokolade. They have everything that taste of chocolate. They have candy, ice cream, and hot chocolate. And so on. It’s really good.

Ruben & Bobby
This is where the Film Critic Guy cuts his hair. Bobby is a hairdresser, and his place is known all over Copenhagen. That’s because the customers get to play Nintendo and computer games from the 90s when they are there, and if they break the record they get 20% of the price at their hair cut.

Meyers Bageri
Sometimes (when I want to spoil myself) I buy a coffee at Coffee Collective and a chocolate scone at Meyers. That’s the perfect combination. If you don’t want a sweet treat, Meyers bakes great bread as well.

The Coffee Collective
Coffee Collective makes the best coffee in Copenhagen. This is the best of their three shops around town. Read my post about Coffee Collective here.

The rest of the street…
…consists of shops with clothes and jewelries. They are all really nice, and worth a visit as well.

Metro/S-train/Bus, stop Nørrebro St. (900 meters away) or bus 5A stop Stefansgade (300 meters)

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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.