A guide to Copenhagen Cooking - part 2
Photo: Johnno / Flickr
From DIY ice-cream (with liquid nitrogen!) to the finest street food in town, get ready for another weekend of food, drinks and everything in between! We have shortlisted the best events at Copenhagen Cooking. For the full program, you can download the free app.
Asian Street Food Festival
If you think that Copenhagen is lacking in the street-food department, it’s time visit the Street Food Festival at Vesterbro Torv where the best kitchens in town will serve some of their their street-food hits.
Where & When: Vesterbrogade 39. Aug 29-31 Price: free. Event details here.
A guide to Copenhagen Cooking - Part 1
All photos courtesy of Copenhagen Cooking
The biggest food festival in Northern Europe, Copenhagen Cooking is ready to go, with ten days of food, wine and everything in between. We have done some legwork for you and went through the program (clicking in at more than 100 events!) and shortlisted ten of the most mouth-watering experiences.
And now, let the food feast begin!
POP-UP ART IN HEART OF COPENHAGEN
Good news for photo art lovers. Several free pop-up exhibitions have sprung up right in the heart of of Copenhagen. How exciting to have the city filled with new art! Here are some to check out:
Meet Your Bus Driver, Kgs Nytorv
Heartwarming exhibition of the stories behind the people that transport you around.
The Person behind the Army Uniform, Christiansborg Slotsplads
An exhibition that makes you think. Danish soldiers in full armour and as private people.
A Glimpse Back in Time, Gl Strand
Historical snapshot of lives of people on this exact spot 100 years ago.
Everyday Life When You’re A Refugee, Højbro Plads
A portrait of the existence inside refugee camps in Afganistan.
Nikolaj Kunsthal, Nikolaj Plads
This old city church has been transformed into a sanctuary for art. A calming experience.
Need a culture break? There’s sunny spots for beers in the sun at Højbro Plads and coffee outdoors by Holms Bageri near Strøget.
By Tine Thygesen, CEO of Everplaces. You can see more insider tips from Tine in her hometown Copenhagen here