Top 3 coffee hot spots in Copenhagen
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Top 3 coffee hot spots in Copenhagen

The Danish capital is one of my favourite cities for a short city trip. It’s beautiful and clean. The people of Copenhagen are really friendly and go out of their way to help you. There is lots to see and do. And it’s child-friendly. One of my friends lives here, with two children, her husband and a dog. I have tested lots of coffee places with her and her kids. Is the coffee great? Are they friendly? How easy can you get there? And are they truly child(-and dog)friendly?

Copenhagen Street Food @ Papirøen

If you like an ultra-relaxed atmosphere, lots of different types of (friendly) people, and great food, do not miss Copenhagen Street Food! You can find this food market on Paper Island (Papirøen). Which means you have to cross the water. And is situated in large, old warehouses. There are lots of food stalls, with the tastiest food ever. From sushi to falafel, and also Thai food. But also great for a coffee (and a cake). At a stall called Sweet Food. Yummy! I’ll come back just for this place. And Copenhagen Street Food is super child-friendly. They can run around and play with other kids. They will love it! Dogs are welcome too.

Address: 14 Trangravsvej

MJ Coffee

In the same street as the über-popular hotspot Atelier September (the hippest place for coffee but not with kids!) you will find MJ Coffee. Great coffee, still hip and enough space for a buggy and some ‘free-roaming’ kids. When you order a coffee here, be prepared for a coffee, size XL. Great for your daily caffeine-fix! And have a look at all the yummy cakes and cookies! They are not on the menu but ever so tasty. And your kids will love the freshly made smoothies.

Address: Gothersgade 26

The Coffee Collective

Opposite the Nørreport station you’ll find the Torvehallerne. A beautiful glass building with lots of food stalls. But they also sell flowers and souvenirs. The food is great here, but so is the coffee. For a traditional filter coffee or a creamy cappucino, go to The Coffee Collective. You can either drink it there or order a coffee to go and drink it outside. Your child can run around and you can enjoy your coffee, sat amongst the locals. This is a good place to start your day as it is surrounded by great shops. Nice to know, you can find The Coffee Collective in more places in Copenhagen.

Address: Vendersgade 6D (Torvehallerne)

 

 

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