Saturday, April 9, 2011

Arrived in Copenhagen

Our hotel room was ready so we thought we'd kill some time looking for a beer. One place I though opened early was Den Tatovevede Enke. We took a bus out to the area but had a hard time finding it -- it turns out to be in a little courtyard off the main street. Unfortunately my information was incorrect -- it didn't open unto 2pm.

Not far from Den Tatovevede Enke is a sandwich shop called Ida Davidson. It is listed in the book "1000 Places to See Before You Die" so we thought we'd check it out. It turns out lots of people want to see it before they die because a reservation is required.

Bicycles are everywhere. I like how this bike rack was just bolted to the side of the building.

We headed back to the hotel and were able to check in. After getting settled, we walked over to the Mikkeller Bar, which is about 3 blocks away. You really have to be looking for it, there is not any signage, just the name on the door.

Dried Sausage made with hops

My dad decided to call it a day. The sun had come out and I was feeling ok so I tool the bus up to Ølbaren, where a beer friend Jacob works.

1 comment:

Matt said...

Hey Fred, I'm glad you didn't go into the fake Aussie pub, those places are terrible, much like most of the beer produced in this country.