+45 4274 6642
A cafe for board games, card games, coffee and hygge, Bastard Café is a unique place to skipp a few hours of bad weather by getting cosy with a favourite non-digital game. Many games are free to play, some require a small fee to ‘rent,’ and non-gamers are always welcome to come and learn.
Ipsen & Co
Gammel Kongevej 108
+45 3214 5527
If you’re ever in Frederiksberg, whether in rain or sunshine, a visit to Ipsen & Co is always a good idea. Though primarily a coffee bar, Ipsen & Co is renowned for their brunch, baked goods, and their cosy, rustic interiors. Recommended: the house’s homemade mulled wine.
+45 9197 5719
This authentic French cafe and bistro is split into two levels, the dimly-lit cellar and the first floor with views overlooking the street. Both levels are perfect for taking a coffee break or escaping a rainy Danish day. Highly recommended is the house’s homemade ginger and mint tea.
Opened by a father-son team in 2014, Parterre has quickly become a favourite destination for Copenhagen cafe enthusiasts – and Instagrammers. With a menu of simple food and outstanding coffee from the Swedish roastery Koppi, the genuinely friendly vibe at Parterre invites guests to come in and stay a while.
Props Coffee Shop
+45 3536 9955
When it comes to finding an authentic neighbourhood coffee bar, look no further than Props Coffee Shop. Located on the walking street of Blågårdsgade and tucked in between galleries, secondhand shops, and dive bars, this place is always full of local characters and lively conversation.