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In English | 21/07/11

Copenhagen's Best New Bar 2011

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These are the nominees and the winner of Best New Bar in Copenhagen 2011 ...

For 11 years running Copenhagen's leading city guide AOK has honoured the very best things, people, experiences and places in Copenhagen.

This year 125 of the best places, shops and spots in Copenhagen have been chosen to compete for the 25 awards.

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The Jane

Gråbrødretorv 8
1154 København K

Winner: The Jane

Foto: PR

Gråbrødretorv 8, 1154 København K

This 340-square-metre bar has a heavy chesterfield vibe going on as well as secret doors in the bookshelves. How cool is that? The Jane’s ambience says Mad Men and hip, exclusive speakeasy.

Moltkes Bar Speakeasy

Dronningens Tværgade 2
1302 København K

Nominee: Moltkes Bar

Foto: Ikke oplyst

Speakeasy Dronningens Tværgade 2, 1302 København K

The nostalgic speakeasy is definitely the in thing at the moment, and the bar in Moltkes Palæ really takes it to the next level with an exclusive location, exclusive décor and equally exclusive opening hours. Lush, secretive and mature.

Kitjn Cocktail Bar

Århusgade 14
2100 København Ø

Nominee: Kitjn

Foto: PR-foto fra Kitjn

Århusgade 14, 2100 København Ø

Have a kitchen party on Østerbro at Kitjn, whose extensive menu of delicious cocktails and the dedicated bar staff and manager make you wish that you could drink forever. Kitjn is home to Copenhagen’s most inventive smoking lounge.

Izakaya Bar

Ravnsborggade 16B
2200 København N

Nominee: Izakaya Bar

Foto: Else Bjørn

Ravnsborggade 16B, 2200 København N

The popular Kung Fu Izakaya in Sundevedsgade has had a gorgeous little brother, where they serve cocktails called things like: Japanese Zombie, Afternoon Delight and Bill Murray – and which is open on a Monday.


Snorresgade 1
2300 København S

Nominee: Adendum

Fra åbningen af Adendum i juli 2010 Foto: Else Bjørn

Snorresgade 1, 2300 København S

Kenn Husted’s newest wine bar really fills in a gap at Bryggen, where people have been yearning for a relaxing place just a block down from the harbour front’s hustle and bustle – a little place where you can wash down the evening sun with good wines.


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