Copenhagen: Food and Drinks

This past weekend, I met two of my friends in Copenhagen. The one is another Whitaker Fellowship winner, currently living in the UK. Her husband moved with her and currently works from home. We arrived to Copenhagen late on Friday. We headed out to find a local bar to have a few drinks.

The next morning we went to the Cafe Phenix for Brunch. The place was warm and comfy. There was plenty of different foods to satisfy anyone.

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On Saturday we ended the day stopping at Mikkeler bar. Mikkeller is a microbrewery founded in 2006 in Copenhagen. It is technically a “phantom” as the company does not operate an official brewery and instead collaborates with other brewers to produce their recipes or experimental one-off brews. The brewery was founded by two home brewers: Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, a high school teacher, and journalist Kristian Klarup Keller. We all tried a few different Mikkeler beers. The bar itself was very cozy, simple and relaxing. We had a great time drinking and talking.

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