The upper middle class’ playground for expensive coffees, good lunches, wines, fancy food and stylish kitchen equipment. Some of the stalls have a limited selection of quite interesting beers. When in Copenhagen I always go here to soak up the atmosphere.
A higher end market area with both inside shops and outside stalls. Pretty expensive place for food/drinks but is generally of a high quality. I have picked up a few beer ticks here from what was on offer from one of the wine bars, also from one store some pretty hard to find bottled beer from Bornholm (small Danish Island in the Baltic Sea).
Torvehallerne is a pleasant market with two indoor halls and a small number of stalls outside. They sell interesting produce from around Denmark and there are several cafés and bars too. It’s possible to pick up various bottled beers from some of the vendors and a few have draught beer on tap. For example, Bornholmer Butikken has a good range of bottles from Svaneke, there’s a stall with produce from Mon with four Mon beers (three of which don’t appear to be on Ratebeer yet!), Le Petit had two Moritz beers on draught and a few Lagunitas bottles and Hallernes Smorrebrod had a Mikkeller beer on draught. I have entered a review for 360 Nord separately as it’s a stall specialising mainly in beer and cheese.
(Visited 1 May 2013).
Big indoor market with loads of foodstalls. Didnt see that many beers. Will look closer next time. Found a stall from Getränkeland, Hvidovre with 1/3 selection and 10 % more expensive than the original store. Couldnt find one beer I hadnt bought or rated before.
Someplace I would not have normally stopped if not for yespr. Great selection of food and beverage vendors. You can find some really interesting and obscure beers available in bottles at the different shops. Tons of great food. We had some duck sandwiches which were amazing.