The Living Room


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The Living Room

With its unbeatable downtown location next to the University and all the Copenhagen hot spots, The Living Room is the perfect casual hangout venue. Bringing together the best of both worlds - delicious cafe treats and great cocktails, it entices you to have a drink in the cosy, dimly-lit downstairs seating area.


Curious about Danish cakes and pastries? When in Denmark, you have to try a real Danish – or wienerbrød, as it is called here. They are sold in many varieties at bakeries and cafes all over the city. The oldest patisserie in Copenhagen is La Glace which was founded in 1870. Amongst many mouth-watering cakes and pastries, you will find the classic Sports Cake, which mainly consists of whipped cream. There is nothing better than to grab an ice cream cone to go on a nice day. Denmark is famous for its dairy products, and you can understand why when you try local ice cream. Did you know that Danes are one of the most ice cream-eating people in the world? The average Dane eats 10 litres of ice cream a year!