It's actually difficult to capture both the great ambiance, the great view and the great food all in one picture, but you'll get all of that at Copenhagen Street Food. You can witness some amazing sunsets from the waterfront while kicking back in a beach chair.
Located in Copenhagen's popular Meatpacking District, this market takes place every weekend during summer. There are plenty of stalls to choose from, making it just that more difficult to pick something. The market opens for early birds at 10, and daydrinking is not frowned upon - we promise.
What started out as a vegetable market back in the 1800's turned in to Copenhagen's first real food market. At Torvehallerne, you can find all sorts of fresh produce or just swing by for a meal or take-away from one of the many quality stalls.
All your foodie fantasies will come true at Vesterbro’s food court, WestMarket. Shop fresh groceries or hit one of the street food stands for a quick meal. For all the instagrammers, there are some super photogenic dishes here - just look at this beautiful open-faced sandwich from Selma.
Kødbyens Mad & Marked recently started this new concept 'Buens mad og marked', which takes place every wednesday at the recreational space below Bispeengbuen in Frederiksberg. Here, all sorts of food stalls, musicians, street sports and markets are welcome to join.
Pick up a board game, grab a drink and get comfy. We promise you’ll feel right at home at Verdenshjørnet, Nørrebro's cultural meeting place. Food trucks serving food from all corners of the world can be found just outside the cozy cave.
These guys don't have a fixed location (since rebellions don't stay too long in the same place), but they often show up at The Red Square in Nørrebro. Find out where you can catch the rebels next time in their season calendar.