This One Street Boasts Copenhagen's Most Vibrant Spots

Hoej Copenhagen | Courtesy of Hoej Copenhagen
Hoej Copenhagen | Courtesy of Hoej Copenhagen
Photo of Aliki Seferou
15 February 2018

In a narrow alley in the heart of Nørrebro are gathered some of Copenhagen’s most stylish spots. Vegan cafes and restaurants, organic hair salons, tattoo studios and fashionable boutiques of all kinds situated next to each other make Jægersborggade a hangout spot for the city’s hip(ster) crowd.

The Coffee Collective

The Coffee Collective is known for making one of the best coffees in Copenhagen. Some people prefer their stylish coffee shop in Frederiksberg while others head to the cozy hip cafe in Nørrebro’s vibrant street Jægersborggade. Both places though serve high-quality coffee collected from farms around the world and prepared by experienced baristas.

The Coffee Collective Jægersborggade, Jægersborggade 57, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 60 15 15 25


The Coffee Collective | © Mark Juul Kronby | Courtesy of The Coffee Collective


Restaurant, Danish, European, Vegan, Vegetarian, $$$
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Relæ | © P. A. Jorgensen / Relæ
Relæ is partially the reason Jægersborggade got gentrified few years ago and is nowadays one of the most hip streets in Copenhagen. Approximately 8 or 9 years ago the narrow alley in the heart of Nørrebro was considered one of the city’s sketchy streets and definitely wasn’t brimming with cafes and galleries. Everything changed when Christian Puglisi decided to open a fine dining restaurant with a strong focus on sustainability named Relæ. Nowadays, the Michelin-starred restaurant, has been awarded as the Most Sustainable Restaurant by the SRA and is considered one of the top in Denmark serving a wide range of dishes all made from organic ingredients.

Antidote Vinbar

Antidote Vinbar brings the best of wine and delicacies from all over the world to locals’ dishes. Decorated with furniture and items found in flea markets, the stylish wine bar has a relaxed atmosphere which makes it the perfect place for a Sunday brunch or a mid-week early drink. The food is inspired by the French and Spanish cuisine but as the chefs come from America they always make sure to add a touch from their home country’s cuisine. The wines are from Spain, Austria, New Zealand, USA and Italy.

Antidote Vinbar, Jægersborggade 56, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 38 11 30 30


Geometric necklaces, rings with colourful stones and minimalist line earrings are some of the unique jewellery visitors will find at Ladyfingers. Being a collective shop, Ladyfingers sells jewellery made of various local and international artists and its showcase never stays the same for a long time. There are always new collections so make sure to keep an eye out on their official website. At the moment, all of the jewellery in the shop has been made by five Danish designers.

Ladyfingers, Jægersborggade 4, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 20 97 18 55


Ladyfingers | Courtesy of Ladyfingers

Crate- Beer and Vinyl

What’s better than a shop that sells both beer and vinyls? The answer, at least for music lovers is probably nothing. With its great selection of records and the tasty micro brewed beers, Crate – Beer and Vinyl is the perfect place to take a break from sightseeing and rummage through some classic albums while indulging in a bottle of ice cold beer.

Crate – Beer and Vinyl, Jægersborggade 50, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 31 15 36 61


Crate – Beer and Vinyl | Courtesy of Crate – Beer and Vinyl


Restaurant, Danish, $$$
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Grød Århus, Sankt Knuds Torv
The original Grød in Nørrebro was the world’s first porridge bar when it opened in 2011 | Courtesy of Grød
Even though Grød restaurants can nowadays be found all over Copenhagen and in Aarhus,the very first opened seven years ago on Jægersborggade which makes it the world’s first porridge restaurant. Meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner made of porridge and organic fruits or vegetables are served in the stylish restaurant all day long.

Vanishing Point

From ceramics and paintings to hand-knitted clothes and jewellery, Vanishing Point has a great selection of items made either from local artists and at the owner’s personal studio or in collaboration with NGOs from around the world. The shop’s collection always features unique handmade things, most of which are designed by the owner herself.

Vanishing Point – studio of handmade, Jægersborggade 45, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 25 13 47 55


Vanishing Point | Courtesy of Vanishing Point

høj Copenhagen

An interior design boutique couldn’t be missing from Copenhagen’s coolest street. Høj features a great selection of decoration knickknacks, lamps, kitchen utensils, prints and illustrations and of course candles, the item that never misses from Danes’ home. Most of the brands featured in høj are Danish and all of the products are inspired by the Scandinavian design.

høj Copenhagen, Jægersborggade 53, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 26 13 54 25


Høj Copenhagen | Courtesy of Høj

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