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The Copenhagen Museum Café Scene

Photo: Marc Skafte-Vaabengaard

Going to a café in a museum is no longer limited to museum enthusiasts. 

Not just another museum coffee

Many museums have teamed up with talented chefs and passionate coffee roasters and created a whole identity for their cafés, allowing them to stand independently of the museum. We've put together a list of museum cafés that are definitely worth a visit - even if you don't have an annual museum card.

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Connie-Connie
Photo: Lukas Bukoven

Connie-Connie

Connie-Connie is Copenhagen Contemporary's café, which you can easily visit without paying admission to the museum. You can enjoy a coffee, a natural wine, a tin of sardines and much more in the uniqu...

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Apollo Bar
Photo: Martin Heiberg

Apollo Bar

Facing the courtyard at Charlottenborg Art Gallery and as a neighbour to colourful Nyhavn, you will find the simple restaurant Apollo Bar.

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Kafeteria
Photo: Lukas Bukoven

Kafeteria

Kafeteria is SMK's unique eatery where you can take a break from the exhibitions and enjoy your breakfast or lunch - or maybe just drop by for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.

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Restaurant Smör
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Restaurant Smör

Restaurant Smör is the National Museum of Denmark's very own eatery, which with its own interpretation serves a true piece of Danish national heritage; Smørrebrød.

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Café Pegasus
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Café Pegasus

It's the mix of good food and art that sets the agenda for Østerbro's local hang-out spot and contemporary art museum Den Frie's café; Café Pegasus.

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Café Spirrevippen
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Café Spirrevippen

Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, in the beautiful premises of the Museum of Copenhagen, you will find Café Spirrevippen. Here you can relax with a really good coffee or settle your ...

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FORMAT
Photo: Luka Hesselberg

FORMAT

What has Danish design and a great dining experience got in common? The answer must be the good, simple and honest craftsmanship. And good, simple, and honest craftsmanship is the foundation of Design...

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