Kopenhagen's nightlife begins in discos and clubs. The nightlife is generally a low-key affair that converts the busy day into a more happening place.
A relaxing mood could be spent in various clubs-cum bars or at Dance places with live music, Cocktail and wine bars, Cafés, Beer bars Ballroom dancing and jazz. The cafes and bars remain open till late nights with DJ’s especially on weekends.
One can visit Copenhagen JazzHouse and Niels Hemmingsens Gade for Jazz, Dan Turèll for a flirty ambience, Cafe Europa and Studenterhuse for a change of mood. Rust and Vega, which have dominated the clubs world, are the places mostly visited. Then there is Aura Park Café and a Stereo Bar which gives a slight break from the routine day-to-day life.
There are also plenty of night clubs in Kopenhagen. Some of them are as under:
Commonly known as A-bar is a favorite place among youngsters. It has pool tables and foosball tables, bar and club music. A peaceful atmosphere with no specific dress-code remains open till early mornings.
Extraordinarily famous cafe-cum-bar, situated right in the middle of Copenhagen’s main pedestrian street, Stroget. Interior is nicely ornamented with comfortable sofas.
With a comparatively less glamorous customer base, club view is situated at Radhuspladsen with a nice view. Denmark's hottest and best situated night club for adults.
It is only for the members. The place is as per theme, is quite cool and is generally preferred by rich class people. It is one of the most exclusive nightclubs worldwide.
Den Glade Gris
It is a bar that shows premier league, la liga and champions league matches on HD screens with a minimum age bar of 20 for the entrant and requires a picture ID. The club is situated near Runde Tarn and Norreport Station and has Tequila Night, open mike night and e some of the best Danish stand-up comedians for the audience.
A quite big night club that offers 2 dance floors, 3 bars, 4 floors and chill out lounges with the newest and biggest DJs that pays a lot of attention to the guests with great music. The club offers average price and alter its name in a week. Though K3 is the official name, Thursdays are called Slik, Fridays are called Disko Dasko with a varied dress code for each day.
Address: Knabrostræde 3 / 1210 København, Denmark
Copenhagen Jazzhouse offers bar with dance floors which is mostly occupied by the young crowd. The place is famous among the locals as well with the international visitors as the ambience here is cozy, cool, quite open and social as well.