It doesn’t have a name and we didn’t have an address. We figured our odds of finding this place were pretty slim, but ask any Vesterbro local about ‘the nameless’ and they’ll point you in the right direction.

It’s nothing fancy. A cool café like the sort you might find in Berlin with mismatched retro furniture, an arty chandelier and a Pacman arcade machine. They have a loungy area, perfect for papers and (excellent) coffee, and windows that open onto the street for summer with some pavement tables to watch the action on Enghave Plads.

Free Wifi makes this an awesome workday spot with good croissants and pastries, but it’s the cheap drinks which bring in a local cool crowd at night for laidback beers before hitting up Boutique Lize cocktail bar next door when they want to up the pace (it’s owned by the same people). Spirit and mixer is 45KR and a beer is 40KR, which is cheaper than you’ll get in any of the city centre bars.

Everything is in Danish, and they’re definitely not catering to a tourist crowd, but it has a nice neighbourhood vibe, where everyone seems to know each other’s name, and now ours.



Villa Kultur, Krausesvej 3, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark Tel: +45 32 12 20 25


Mon - Wed: 8am - 11pm, Thu: 8am - 1am, Fri: 8am - 2am, Sat: 9am - 2am, Sun: 9am - 10pm


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