Culture Box is a hot and happening nightclub where people meet to revel in the beauty of the night and sway to good music. Sip on a drink as you groove to the rhythms of the night and meet new people, or simply lounge around at the intimate bar. Witness art, fashion and cultural events as well as film screenings on certain evenings. The club is also an ideal space for hosting business events and parties.
Jolene Bar is a dance club that is known for its electronic weekdays and hip-hop weekends. The bar menu is outstanding and serves as an ideal ally to the hot music that is played all evening. Jolene's house DJs are always present to entertain the crowds and ensure that the enthusiasm of the crowd doesn't wane. Live concerts and shows are also held here. Call for event details.
This is one of the most prominent "nations" in Lund. These are unique student-based organizations-cum-pubs that began as cultural pride associations for students away from home but grew into a way to bring student communities together, provide a space to have fun, and maybe even make some money. The nations are the prime venues for alternative entertainment and homey atmospheres for drink and dance.
Slagthuset is a venerable veteran of the Malmö club scene. It's less refined and stylish than many other options, but its authenticity is through the roof. Its clientele ranges from the teenage set to the middle-aged one (depending on the bands, of course) and the kitchen serves up no nonsense bar food. This is truly a must see for anyone interested in what the locals do of an evening.
Eiffel Bar is a lot bigger than it looks from the outside and is always packed. The Parisian feel was imported in the 1930s and is well preserved, with Eiffel Tower replicas everywhere. Glass mirrors etched with French motifs, dim lighting, and a golden staircase add to the Parisian dive bar vibe. A mixed crowd of businessmen, diplomats and students hangout at this lively spot. A curious blend of Paris meets Copenhagen, the vibe is very much local, as are the beers on tap.
Located in a city where drinks can be pricey, the Billy Booze offers pints and shots and a great discount. The bar is located near the Town Hall, right in the center of Copenhagen, stays open late into the night and sees quite a crowd of college students. If you are in the mood for some cheap alcohol and dancing along to the beats of a DJ on a spacious dance floor, come to this place and dance the night away.
This club is one of the off-the-beaten track venues that makes Lund's party scene so unique and happening. The space is small and the atmosphere can get cramped, but the bands and the tunes are always hot and the freshest around.
South Plains Brewing Company, a brew pub is nestled in one of the commercial neighborhoods in Malmö. This micro-brewery is winning hearts for using locally sourced ingredients in preparing their finely crafted beers. The pub frequently hosts beer festivals and is a crowd-puller for its upbeat social gatherings. Serving up some delectable snacks along with their chilled beer, this is one of the favorite spots right in the heart of Malmö city.
With its brightly colored walls, youthful touches, old-school bar and wall-mounted deer heads, Cafe Dyrehaven brings together the charm of a neighborhood pub and the casual vibe of a modern-day eatery. While the kitchen whips up simple and delicious Nordic meals throughout the day alongside a modest drinks menu, the sumptuous brunch and breakfast plates are by far the most popular attractions. If a wholesome, delicious meal is what you crave then Cafe Dyrehaven is just the place to head to. The cafe is quite popular, so try to arrive early if you have your heart set on dining at this charming, little eatery.
Located next to Islands Brygge bridge, Langebro is is a popular local hangout. It lies close to a Humanities Faculty, and so it's a popular choice for students ditching class. Don't be surprised to find the study-police on the watch out for the bunkers! You can bring in a pizza from the place next door and eat it here.
Located close to the Central Library and the Round Tower (Rundetaarn), this late night bar and restaurant is a huge favorite with the locals, some of whom have been regulars here for decades. The food consists of wholesome Danish fare and the drinks are traditional ones. Every Wednesday evening sees a quiz night wherein a quiz, which is in Danish, is handed over to you. The answers are submitted by ten in the night and the winner gets ten free beers while the winning team members gets to take a free shot each. So come down one evening and party the night away Copenhagen style.