Looking for a place with a laid-back atmosphere, a luxurious cocktail bar or late-night smoky bodega for a unique night out in Copenhagen? Keep scrolling down the page and you’re certainly going to find what you’re looking for.
Pink neon signs, sparkling disco balls and good loud music; this is Jolene, the Meatpacking District’s club with the city’s coolest and most boisterous crowd. From Thursday to Sunday the place gets packed with locals and tourists who want to sweat it out on the dance floor. Keep an eye out on their Facebook page for special events, DJ sets and live music shows.
Gefährlich is one of the most popular restaurants and nightclubs in Copenhagen. Gourmet dishes, a wide variety of wines, ice-chilled cocktails and DJs’ uplifting tunes on Fridays and Saturdays make Gefährlich a great place to start and finish your night out. It is located in Nørrebro, one the city’s coolest neighborhoods, just a few minutes away from Nørreport station and the city center. When the kitchen closes at 10pm the place transforms into a cool club with music running from electronic to indie and rock.
Gefährlich,Fælledvej 7, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 35 24 13 24
Reflections Ice Bar
Those who aren’t afraid of low temperatures and want to indulge in a drink surrounded by ice should look out for Reflections Ice Bar. Skilled ice designers and sculptors have joint forces and created a unique environment based on the place’s current theme, which is Northern Most Attitude. A cocktail and a shot are included in the entrance fee which is 150DKK (24 US$) and are served in glasses made of ice. You’ll have 45 minutes to soak up the atmosphere and taste the bar’s high-quality drinks.
Det Bar Træls
Det Bar Træls first opened as a pop-up bar in 2015 and re-opened in July 2017 – this time for good. It’s now located on Nørrebrogade at number 22, serving tasty drinks and cocktails from Thursday to Saturday until 3am. The newly opened bar offers a relaxed and cosy atmosphere under the sound of good music, ideal for some early drinks to welcome the weekend.
Det Bar Træls, Nørrebrogade 22, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 22 49 94 99
Cocktails made by experienced bartenders, served in a building with a story tracing back to 1740, and a view to the city’s canals and the historic Thorvaldsen‘s museum are what Ruby’s guests experience. The renowned cocktail bar already counts 10 years in Copenhagen’s bar scene and has been awarded several times with international nomination and credits. Give yourself a special treat and order a Black Mark (bourbon with fresh raspberries and blackberries combined with four roses) or a non-alcohol cocktail with homemade rose geranium syrup.
Ruby, Nybrogade 10, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 93 12 03
Nestled in an alley in the Christianshavn neighborhood, Eiffel Bar is open every day from morning until 3am, welcoming the city’s night owls who seek a cheap, late-night beer. With no more than 10 tables, often shared among different group of friends, a jukebox and ashtrays filled with cigarettes, Eiffel’s atmosphere can be described cozy and casual with a touch of an underground feeling. It’s a great place to finish your night off, if you want to make some new friends and of course you don’t mind the thick smoke.
Eiffel Bar, Wildersgade 58, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 32 57 70 92
The Bird & The Churchkey
Gin lovers, this place is for you. The Bird & The Churchkey serves 102 kinds of gin in more than 700 combination. Yes, there are so many ways to enjoy your favorite drink. Beer fans won’t be disappointed either as the stylish bar has more than 50 kinds of beer. Located in the historic city center, Bird & The Churchkey is easily spotted and its stylish interior design, in combination with the bartenders’ skills, guarantees a unique night out with a sense of East London atmosphere.
Located on the most central street of Nørrebro neighborhood, Kassen is one of Copenhageners’ favorite hangouts for a frozen cocktail and night out under the disco balls. It’s usually packed and therefore you’ll see many people standing outside the hip bar sipping their favorite drink and taking a few puffs before heading back in. It’s open from Wednesday to Saturday and every day has a happy hour. In fact, on Wednesday and Thursday, happy hour lasts all night long.
Kassen, Nørrebrogade 18B, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 42 57 22 00
The man behind Curfew bar is a renowned bartender, who after 20 years of experience in some of the most high-end restaurants and bars decided to open his own place in Vesterbro, Copenhagen’s hippest neighborhood. Humberto Marques’s passion for style and quality can be seen not only in his delicious cocktails but also at the bar’s interior design, which preserves the building’s long history but with a modern and elegant touch. Curfew was named as the city’s best cocktail bar for 2017 by AOK.
Curfew, Stenosgade 1, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 29 29 92 76
Haven Bar KBH
Copenhagen’s new pop-up bar, Haven Bar KBH, serves tasty delicacies and ice-cold beers – so if you’re in town make sure to check it out. Located by the waterfront, the stylish bar offers a great view and a laid-back atmosphere filled with good music tunes, Mikkeller’s great beer and fantastic food from Claus Meyer.
Haven Bar KBH, Havnegade 44, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 72 14 88 08
Bar25 is a luxurious and elegant cocktail bar located at Nikolaj Plads in the heart of the city center. With classic furniture, brick walls and big silver wall-mirrors decorating the place, its interior design flirts with the New York style. The great cocktail menu in combination with the high-end decoration makes Bar25 the perfect place for those who want to start their night with some extra style.
Bar25, Nikolaj Plads 25, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 60 25 25 05