Your weekend guide is ready.
Even though the weather isn’t really showing us its best, it’s soon to be weekend.
Of course we’re ready with inspiration for the forthcoming weekend. May you have a good one!
new menu from Nørrebro Bryghus – Nørrebro Bryghus – Ryesgade 3 , 2200 CPH N
It’s been a rough week, and you’ve been longing for the weekend ever since monday. We suggest you start the weekend by treating yourself with some serious comfort food and beverages in good company.
As it turns out, our friends from Nørrebro Bryghus just changed their restaurant menu, offering mouthwatering drops of heaven. We have fallen hard for the refined and modern interpretation of the classic, Danish dessert “Rødgrød med Fløde”.
To accompany good company and food, Nørrebro Bryghus is just ready to serve you a new fresh-out-the-cask porter, the RØGSLØR (Translates as Smokescreen). This new, black beauty is a 6,8% alc porter with, brewed with whisky malt and other black goodies. Bon appetite.
The playground on Hauser Plads – Hauser Plads, 1127 Copenhagen K
If you haven’t noticed yet, Copenhagen has been given quite an architectural treasure. A new playground on Hauser Plads has surfaced. The architectural company behind the playground, Polyform, has really created a quirky and visually intriguing space for children to play, with a characteristic white paling enclosing the playground.
If you have children, and even if you don’t, we definitely recommend that you’ll swing by this eye-catching gem of playground.
Re-discover the love for your city – Everywhere in Copenhagen, Denmark
You may recall that the renowned lifestyle magazine Monocle named Copenhagen to be the most livable city in the world 2013. To remind you why, we suggest that you head out on a Sunday stroll, and (re)-discover all the greatness Copenhagen has to offer. Get up on your iron horse and get out there, enjoy the astonishing architecture and the numerous harbor swimming pools, and see for yourself why Copenhagen is yet again named the most livable city in the world 2013.