Copenhagen is filled with small cafés and nice local and international restaurants matching any budget, and you will find a lot of those places when you stroll the streets of the city. The Danes love to go out for brunch, lunch and dinner, so if you are planning to do some fine dining, please make sure to book a table – especially on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Copenhagen is also the home of the best restaurant in the world, Noma, which is pretty much impossible to get a table at unless you are someone really important or have made a reservation ages ago.
If you are looking for an all gay and lesbian restaurant or café in Copenhagen the selection is limited to four places. Out of these four places Oscar bar and café is probably the most popular one for dining as it has a solid menu with servings throughout the day and evening, 7 days a week.
Do you want to get down with the Danish cuisine check out our article ‘must tastes’ in Denmark.
| BOYS MOSTLY | JailHouse is mainly known for its prison themed bar located in the basement, but there is also a restaurant on the first floor. The place is mainly open for lunch offering a selection of soups and sandwiches.
| BOYS MOSTLY | A centrally located café and a get-together place for people affected by HIV serving meals for the guests at very reasonable prices and with a constantly changing menu.
| GIRLS MOSTLY | This small and cozy award-winning café situated in Vesterbro, a 15 minutes walk from Copenhagen central station, serves light snacks during the week and a large breakfast platter in the weekends.
| BOYS & GIRLS | A popular café and bar serving food throughout the day and evening. When the weather allows it there is outdoor serving on their spacious terrace. Oscar Bar Café is a popular place for dining and wining and is sutuated in the city center.