Pubs & Bars in Denmark

Denmark is a country buzzing with life around the clock, but if you want to experience a lot of fun and the moment when the big cities wake up, then wait until midnight. Just like in the fairy tales, but instead of the magic disappearing, when the sun sets down, the big cities and their people are waking up, when the clock hits midnight and this is the best time to start your stroll around the buzzing streets and start exploring the many wonderful bars and clubs that Denmark can offer. Trendy, cosy, or authentic places, live music, nerdy interiors, charming decorations, diverse menus, Denmark got you covered, no matter what is your idea of a night well spent. Denmark’s nightclubs are one of the most exciting things you can do, while in the country, so make sure to discover the hottest music and dance places by browsing our page!

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Conceived in the mind of Shane Kernan and internationally known and respected, Bar7 continues to grow and evolve with the times. We have gone through many designs, and ideas but one thing remains the same and that is our dedication to the craft and to continuously provide excellent cocktails and service to every type of guest from all around the world.




Lord Nelson Bar

We are a small bar located in the heart of Copenhagen specialising in Draught Danish Microbrewery Beers and Ciders. We produce our own strong cider at a cider farm over near Skælskør, The farm currently has about 400 cider apple trees. All the ciders currently produced are made from a mix of from 2 to 4 varieties of apples to obtain the desired flavours – in addition, the ‘Juicy Pear’ is produced by using pears in the majority. We intend to produce additional cider varieties later in the year.



Southern Cross Pub

Come by and enjoy a game on TV, a round of darts / other pub games, or just a quiet pint or two. The establishment itself has been around for over a hundred years trading under different names and proprietors with historic backgrounds to Copenhagen from the Tequila Bar, Nezer’s Piano Bar and Hos Simon (Nezer was a popular Danish Jazz musician and Simon Rosenbaum was the brother of the late Danish comedian pianist Victor Borge). Then it finally ended up being the Southern Cross.




Ruby opened its doors on the 21st June in 2007 on Nybrogade 10. We have since then become an institution in the Danish cocktail industry and has been rewarded with several international nomination and credits. At Ruby, we strive to give the guests an experience with great cocktails in a timeless atmosphere. We hope to help you forget everything else other than your friends, colleagues, cocktails and happy thoughts. That is what you deserve.