Mikkeller & Friends, Copenhagen. [Photo: Rasmus Malmstroem]
Today, Eater returns to Copenhagen, Denmark to focus on 11 exciting restaurants and bars that have opened in the past 12 months and are heating up the city’s dining scene. This comes more than a year after the last Copenhagen heatmap. This time around, photographer and founder of the Kopenhagen Collective (a Copenhagen-based creative collective) Rasmus Malmstroem shares his picks for the hottest drinking and dining Copenhagen has to offer.
Among the map’s offerings are a couple of white-hot new restaurants from Noma alums Matt Orlando (Amass) and the duo of Victor Wagman and Samuel Nutter (BROR). For drinkers, there’s a new location of the Mikkeller brewery’s popular bar (Mikkeller & Friends), and a wine bar with more than 8,000 bottles sailed in from France (Den Vandrette). Beyond that, Malmstroem that Danish entrepreneur Claus Meyer and partners recently opened The Standard, a complex outfitted with a jazz club and three restaurants — all of which have found their way onto this map. “The Standard has a unique view over Copenhagen Harbour and is surely a place to visit,” Malmstroem writes. And, here now, the Eater Heatmap to Copenhagen:
Tried any of the places on the list or feel there are any glaring omissions? You know what to do.