SKT. Annæ NO. 01 Fall/Winter 19 - Side 13

48 hours in Copenhagen
11 pm
8 pm
Located in a historic building dating back to
1740, Ruby cocktail bar is truly a hidden gem.
Enlisted multiple time in the "World's 50 Best
Bars", this is a place that takes its cocktails
seriously. The two storied bar has a cozy
interior and serves cocktails with the mantra
"Classic drinking, forward thinking". At Ruby's you will get a memorable tasting experience, have great conversations and let time
5 min.
Nybrogade 10, 1203
Copenhagen K
Open Monday Saturday 4 pm - 2 am
Sunday 6 pm - 2 am
Photo Costin Radu
Photo Costin Radu
5 min.
6 pm
The Royal Danish Theatre is in
itself a piece of history, and has been since its establishment in 1748.
The Royal Danish Theatre was originally designated as the King's theatre with public access, and is today a
multi theatre, home to both concerts, ballet, opera and drama. This
fall/winter you can, among other
plays, experience Romeo and Juliet
(ballet), Carmen (opera), Queen of
Spades (ballet) and The Brothers Lionheart (drama). Remember to book
tickets in advance.
Photo Niclas Hechmann
August Bournonvilles Passage 2-8,
1017 Copenhagen K
Barr is a casual restaurant and bar,
located on Copenhagen’s waterfront, in a historic building with
Nordic inspired wooden interior.
On the menu you will find classic
dishes of Northern Europe like
salted waffles, schnitzel and Danish meatballs, along with a selection of traditional style beers, aquavit and wine. Barr’s menu embodies the spirit of the Northern
Sea Cuisine and it is well worth a
visit for those who wish to enjoy
an authentic dining experience.
Photo Jason Lucas
Strandgade 93, 1401 Copenhagen K
Open Monday - Thursday 4 am - 12 am
Friday - Sunday 12 pm - 12 am
Photo Costin Radu
Photo Line Klein

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