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This lively little bodega is tucked away on Vestergade. Although named Cafe Guldhornene, the place is most definitely a night haunt - a cozy, homey bar and public house. The decor is as vibrant as the pulse of the joint, reds and warm shades dominate the interiors, while old photographs adorn the walls. The bar program offered is an impressive one, lots of local beers available. Music played here, in the background, reflects the past two decades in Danish music. All in all, Cafe Guldhornene is a great spot to catch up with old friends over a pint or two.
Located in Vesterbro, this relaxed pub is a great place for sports enthusiasts to unwind and catch a game. Large screens placed throughout the pub show numerous live sports with no particular favorite but it gets particularly crowded during national football fixtures. The expansive space has as many as seven pool tables, dartboard, foosball, air hockey as well as backgammon. The drinks menu offers a diverse selection of drafts as well as bottled beers from around the world. In addition, there's cocktails, shots as well as coffee. There's a small choice of snacks and light bites if you're feeling peckish. Check website for more.
If you're looking for a typical British style pub complete with football and pints of Guinness, the Southern Cross Pub provides just that. Featuring an eclectic crowd of locals and visitors, the pub is a great place to stop by for a casual drink, catch a game and cheer or rue the fate of your favorite team with fellow fans. During a match the atmosphere is lively and cheerfully loud, a fun place to catch a game. People are friendly and its easy to strike up a conversation with regulars, a nice way to mingle and get a true feel for the city while traveling or visiting Copenhagen especially. The food menu features home style cooking and classic British pub fare as well as some Scandinavian specialties.
A lively watering hole in the heart of the city, Den Glade Gris attracts a young crowd for a fun night of drinking and dancing. Exposed-brick walls, remnant of the historic building it occupies, flow through the three level establishment. Local bands perform three nights a week, while there's a very popular open mic and comedy club night on Thursdays. The pub screens Manchester United fixtures and is a regular hangout for followers of the Red Devils. Regular drink promotions promise great deals for the large student populace that frequents the place. Check website for more.