Whether you’re looking for a small bar, a busy nightclub or a live rock music venue, Copenhagen has something for you. To find out where to go on a night out in the Danish capital, we asked you to tell us about your favourite bars in Copenhagen over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say…
Mojo Blues Bar
Adrian Mohareb says:
Mojo Blues Bar is one of my top bars anywhere in the world. I’ve always had a great time there seeing incredible bands.
Mojo Blues Bar is a hugely popular spot with music lovers and with those who just enjoy having drink in a comfortable atmosphere. It plays host to a world-class selection of blues acts, many of which hail from Scandinavia. Top international blues acts also perform here on a regular basis.
Location: Løngangstræde 21C.
Opening hours: Daily 8pm-5am.
Samuli Kemppainen says:
Woodstock in Christianshavn. Very laidback tempo and some really eccentric live acts frequently 🙂
Woodstock is located inside Christiania, a ‘free town’ which has been in existence since 1971 and is built on the concepts of communal living and alternative lifestyles. It’s a great spot to stop for a cold beer or a mug of coffee after you’ve spent some time exploring Christiania. Live music acts often perform at this popular spot.
Location: Pusher Street, Christiania.
Francesco Paolo Titta says:
Rosie mcgee’s, near Rådhuspladsen…
Alex Micheal James Gunn says:
I know it’s a typical North American response but I really enjoyed the Hard Rock. Rosee McGees is decent (I only went in because of the Clint Eastwood sign).
Close to the city centre, this large restaurant, bar and club is spread out over 2 floors. It boasts four bar areas and three dance floors, one of which vibrates. On Fridays you’ll be able to enjoy a selection of drinks promotions here, and if you pop in any day from Monday to Saturday you’ll hear an acoustic musician during the day followed by live DJs at night.
Location: Vesterbrogade 2A.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm-1am, Sat 12pm-5.30am, Sun 12pm-4.30am.
Gareth Price says:
The Spunk bar, great little bar by the station.
Spunk Bar serves up a selection of reasonably priced beers to a good crowd of both locals and visitors.
Location: Istedgade 17.
Cafe Bopa is recommended by: Ole Thorup.
Head a little bit outside Copenhagen’s city centre and you’ll find the Østerbro district which is home to a great selection of bars including Cafe Bopa. It’s a French-inspired spot and it serves up a wide variety of reasonably priced drinks alongside a tasty menu. Live bands perform here regularly and at the weekends the music is provided by live DJs. Cafe Bopa also boasts a large terrace area which is always busy during the warmer months.
Location: Løgstørgade 8.
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 9am-midnight, Thurs 9am-2am, Fri 9am-5am, Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 10am-midnight.