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Jægersborggade | Sebastian Himmelstrup

Street guide: Jægersborggade

photo_by: Sebastian Himmelstrup

The street Jægersborggade in the Nørrebro neighbourhood has turned from dodgy to hip and is one of the hippest and most buzzing streets in Copenhagen at the moment. 

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The Coffee Collective
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The Coffee Collective

The Coffee Collective is much more than just great coffee.

From their slick, modernist, yet Scandinavian "hyggelige" coffee shops, The Coffee Collective make coffee with care and want to give you an ex...

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Terroiristen
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Terroiristen

Terroiristen is loacted in Jægersborggade and is Copenhagen's new underground wine bar and shop, which focuses on authentic wine produced in accordance with the good old traditions.

At Terroiristen you...

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Silberbauers Bistro
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photo: Jesper Hedemann

Silberbauers Bistro

At Silberbauers Bistro, you’ll get that authentic French bistro vibe and a special treat if you’re into fish, shellfish and natural wine from the top shelf.

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Ro chokolade
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Ro chokolade

Ro chokolade is a delicate shop in hip Jægersborggade in Nørrebro, where you can get handmade chocolates and homemade ice cream.

Ro chocolade has chocolate with different flavors and in various forms. ...

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Meyers Bageri, Jægersborggade

The Danish chef and entrepreneur, Claus Meyer, along with a baker and a confectioner has opened the little delicious Meyers Bageri bakery in Jægersborggade in Copenhagen.

Here you can buy organic brea...

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Karamelleriet
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Karamelleriet

Karamelleriet makes handmade quality caramels.

In the shop in Jægersborggade you can buy the goodies and also see for your self how it is made by hand. Everything is made with care and only with the ...

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Keramiker Inge Vincents Studio Shop
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Keramiker Inge Vincents Studio Shop

Unique Danish ceramics studio and shop offering paper-thin everyday household items that occupy the space between craft and fine art

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GRØD
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GRØD

One of the latest food trends to gain foothold is porridge. And of course it's done nicely and delicate at Grød in Copenhagen. 

Grød - or porridge as it translates, has serveral very popular cafes arou...

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Ladyfingers
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Ladyfingers

Ladyfingers is a jewellery design collective. It is six Danish jewellery designers who have started the store together to inspire each other and sell their jewellery.

Handmade and unique jewellery

T...

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flacoDesign
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photo: Daniel Rasmussen

flacoDesign

In hip and buzzing Jægersborggade flacoDesign lights up.

Among fellow creatives, tiny shops and cozy cafes flacoDesign has found its place. From the workshop in the basement store owner Casper Madse...

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ISTID
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photo: Marc Skafte-Vaabengaard

ISTID

At ISTID (Ice age) in Jægersborggade you’ll get organic ice cream made from fresh ingredients and liquid nitrogen.

Anniken and Nina have been freezing every Copenhagener’s (ice)cold dream since 2015...

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Tú a tú
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photo: Ditte Marie Snedker

Tú a tú

”From you to you”. At Tú a tú you’ll find beautiful secondhand items from some of the most popular, Scandinavian and international brands.

The name Tú a tú means “from you to you”. It embodies “self...

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