Editor's choice: 5 things to do this March

Winter is at the last gasp, and soon spring vibes will make their way to Copenhagen. Until then, our intern Pernille has found some dining, cozy spots and events for you to check out in March.
Thursday, February 16, 2017

CPH:DOX Documentary Film Festival 16-26 March

CPH:DOX | PR Photo
What better way to conquer winter than with a big film festival? Every year, CPH:DOX fills Copenhagen’s cinemas with documentary films from all over the world, from world-renowned directors to rising talents. The festival’s program is packed with concerts, art exhibitions and many other events that will surely make for a busy month. And don't worry, all films are screened or subtitled in English.

Meet the new Nordic-Italian in town: Brace

Restaurant Brace | PR photo
Restaurant Brace is a modern fusion between Nordic and Italian cuisine. Behind the pans is Michelin-chef Nicola Fanetti that will take you through 12 courses of pure delight. Though the kitchen says high-class, the restaurant has a low key atmosphere with dim lights and soft jazz to accompany your dinner. Their creative dishes with Italian classics and Nordic ingredients are surely worth a visit.

Japanomania in the North 1875-1918

National Gallery of Denmark | PR photo
Want to know how the obsession with cherry trees started? The National Gallery of Denmark (SMK) is showcasing a major exhibition on Japan’s big impact on Nordic art. Go see the beautiful combinations of Nordic art and Japanese aesthetics at SMK’s exhibition, Japanomania in the North.

Mouthwatering delicacies at Vesterbro's local food market

WestMarket | Thomas Høyrup Christensen
All of your foodie fantasies will come true at Copenhagen’s new food court, WestMarket. You can shop fresh groceries for your home cooked dinner or hit one of the street food stands for a quick meal. There’s also a cool gin bar, if you want to hang out with a drink after work or get a lecture from the enthusiastic gin experts.

Hang out in a multicultural tipi in Nordvest

Verdenshjørnet | HiiYou PR Photo
Pick up a board game, grab a cup of tea and get comfy in a chair covered in fluffy blankets. I promise you’ll feel right at home at Verdenshjørnet, Copenhagen’s new cultural meeting place for locals, entrepreneurs and everyone that just wants to check out an awesome tipi bar. If you get hungry, just step outside and take your pick at one of the food trucks surrounding the cozy cave.

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About Pernille

Pernille Kesje Møller

Title: Communications Intern
Age: 22
Lives: Nordvest
Loves: To draw, installation art, architecture, festivals and travelling 
Favourite breakfast: Grannys House
Favourite museum: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art 
Favourite spot: The Meatpacking District
Favourite event: Søndagsvenner
Favourite restaurant: Copenhagen Street Food