As a post-art pick me up, take a seat at Sing Tehus, a favorite of Kølbæk Iversen, for “matcha tea and fermented Korean herbal infusions.” Or, for an early evening glass of wine (all biodynamic), settle down at the subterranean Den Vandrette Vinbar, a few steps off Nyhavn canal.
When it comes to dinner in the center of town, Amby’s favorite is Pluto: “I call it my living room and if you visit it is very likely that you will find me there. Their food is delicious and it is also a good place to go for drinks, later in the evening.” Or try the recently opened Taller for mouthwatering, gorgeously composed Venezuelan inspired plates. “I am almost certain that they will get a Michelin star,” predicted Amby.
For post dinner drinks, try Balderdash, a nook where “a New York bartender puts his own spin on cocktails in Copenhagen, in a space that embodies hyggelig (the Danish philosophy/pursuit of coziness),” said American-born, Copenhagen-based chef Nick Curtin. For a more casual drink, stop by the city’s favorite dive—in local parlance, a “bodega”—Palæ Bar, where the smoke is thick and young, creative types teem.