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What to eat and drink in Copenhagen

Where to Eat and Drink in Copenhagen

A beautiful bakery in Torvehallerne, Copenhagen.

A beautiful bakery in Torvehallerne, Copenhagen. I brought an almond bread to bring back home, and it was truly delicious. Torvehallerne (two big gourmet market halls) are a culinary paradise for anyone visiting Copenhagen.

Europe's Best Town for Foodies - "The Best Little Eating Town in Europe". Travel + Leisure Magazine, 2012.

Copenhagen, Denmark: Europe’s Best Town for Foodies

Vintage Kids has cool vintage and second-hand clothing for children. Photograph: Ty Stange/Copenhagen Media Center.

Copenhagen city guide: a day in Vesterbro

The once-seedy Copenhagen neighbourhood gives a flavour of the capital that locals enjoy, with designer shops and cafes, plus restaurants and night spots of the revamped Meatpacking District

Café La Glace,Skoubogade 3 - if you visit wonderful Copenhagen, a visit to this lovely cafe is an absolute must - try the Volmer-Sørensen cake, but it it's too hot, they do not make it as it melts :)

Conditori La Glace is the oldest confectionary in Denmark, heavenly layer cakes are found here in central Copenhagen

Copenhagen Guide: Cafes, Smorgasbords & Bars: Remodelista

Copenhagen Guide: Cafes, Smorgasbords & Bars

Select Copenhagen Cafes, Smorgasbord, and Bars. Bio Mio Located in the hip meat-packing district, Bio Mio recently opened in a former tool workshop to prov

Strangas, Åboulevard, Copenhagen

Strangas Dessert Boutique: The best cakes and desserts in Copenhagen