Jægersborggade is one of the hippest and most buzzing streets in Copenhagen at the moment. The streets is located in the vibrant Noerrebro area and hosts around 40 interesting shops, cafees, restaurants and bars.
Friday, April 19, 2013

Jægersborggade is a small street hosting a wealth of interesting shops.

The Coffee Collective is a specialty micro roastery and coffee consulting company. In cooperation with farmers on a global scale they strive to develop sustainable production and improve the quality of coffee. World Barista Champion and twice national champion Klaus Thomsen and internationally acclaimed roast master and green coffee buyer Peter Dupont are a few of the people behind The Coffee Collective.

On Jægersborggade you´ll also find the only caramel cookery in Copenhagen, Karamelleriet. You are welcome to experience the caramels being made first hand and choose your own favorites from among them. Call ahead of time if you want to catch them cooking the caramels.

Popular restaurants

At Manfreds, with Lasse Bertelsen formerly of Noma, you’ll find a vegetarian brunch, dinner, take-away and a continious focus on rustic food and biodonymic vegetables. The Michelin-starred Restuarant Relæ, has a recycled rustic décor and features gourmet food at moderate prices. They have a green focus, presenting vegetables in a luxurious format. Chef, Christian F. Puglisi, formerly of ElBulli and Noma, who is listed in the Wall Street Journal’s 2011 top 10 list featuring the worlds’ best young chefs, is at the helm of Restuarant Relæ.
The well known gourmand, Claus Meyer, opened Meyers Bakery on Jægersborgade in 2010, selling organic bread.

Ro Chokolade uses quality raw materials to create hand-made unique chocolates. Elderflower juice, honey, nuts and even champagne are used as ingredients creating a sophisticated sensory experience. Terroiristen, is an - underground wine bar with an authentic Nørrebro atmosphere.

From the end of May through September there is a Farmers Market every Saturday 10.00 – 14.00 at Jægersborggade 41-43 where you can buy fresh produce from the farmers themselves. Jægersborgade also has several interesting jewelry, design and second hand shops: many of them with a green focus.
There is also a chance to get a good offer if you happen to visit Jægergårdsgade the first thursday every month between 17-20 pm. At this date the Late Night Hunting takes place, where many of the shops expand their opening hours and invites guests to various events like food-events, photoexhibitions, performence and lots of shopping.

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