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My wife and I are flying into Copenhagen on a Saturday morning. We were able to book dinner at Amass​ on that evening (and on the waiting list for Noma​). However, after looking around, it seems like Copenhagen shuts down on Sunday/Monday and unfortunately, we fly out on Tuesday. Any recommendations on places to eat/drink on a Sunday/Monday in Copenhagen?

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top answer by
JR from Manhattan Beach

For casual eats go check out Torvehallerne. It's an indoor/outdoor food hall. Kinda like a mini Ferry Bldg in SF but more food centric. It's one of those places you see and think, "i wish we had one of these at home."

Oh, say hi to Matt and the team at Amass from me :)

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answered by
Pernille from Copenhagen

The meat packing district (Kødbyen) is a great area to see, with many restaurants and life - also on Sunday/Mondays. At least two restaurants are open there; Restaurant Kul and Kødbyens Fiskebar - both nice places.

If the weather is nice, you could also buy something at the many take-away places, and eat outside. 

Enjoy you trip!

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answered first by
AJ from United States

Restaurant BROR is open on Sunday.  Sam and Victor take nose-to-tail to a new place.

Manfred & Vin Bæst & Mirabelle are open every day.  All from Christian Puglisi with very talented chefs at all of those spots.

The Coffee Collective Jægersborggade is also open every day.

Kødbyens Fiskebar is open every day

Aamanns smørrebrødsdeli is open every day

For a distinctive take on Thai food (it's not like anything you might be familiar with), Kiin Kiin takes Monday reservations.

The city is so rich with places to eat and drink, I'm sure there are many others out there as well...but if all else fails, and you feel like you can't do anything else, grab beers and snacks from a grocery store and hit up any of the parks in Copenhagen like Kongens Have and hang out all day...there're few activities more Danish than that.

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  2. Manfred & Vin (restaurant)
  3. Bæst (restaurant)
  4. Mirabelle (restaurant)
  5. The Coffee Collective Jægersborggade (restaurant)
  6. Kødbyens Fiskebar (restaurant)
  7. Aamanns smørrebrødsdeli (attraction)
  8. Kiin Kiin (attraction)
  9. Kongens Have (attraction)
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Krogs Fiskerestaurant and Kiin Kiin are both open on mondays and good palces to eat. On sunday Salt restaurant is a pretty good choice in a nice location.

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answered by
Jan from København

Jordan, I am living in Copenhagen myself, and it is correct that many of the best restaurants here are only open 4-5 days a week - and the days with the least costumers are usually Sundays and Mondays, that is why so many restaurants are closed these days.

I think this is because we try to have a kind of welfare society here. That means that cooks and waiters are paid around 3.000 - 4.000 US$ a month, and they only have to work 37 hours a week. This again means that it is very difficult for the owners to make profit on a luxury restaurant, as the ones you mention yourself, and the other restaurants mentioned below. With the good wages and the good working hours the restaurants try to only have open on days where they can fill the restaurant - and thereby have a profit. Capitalism with a human face ☺

I hope you will find a restaurant from the mentioned below, open on a sunday and monday ☺

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