Eating in Copenhagen’s Meatpacking District

Copenhagen is giving new meaning to the idea of dining at the source, and the Meatpacking District is experiencing an interesting transformation: from butcher shop to upscale restaurant venue. This neighborhood dates back to the 1880s and was known for one of the highest concentrations of butchers in Europe. But now, the white coats and cattle stables have been replaced with art galleries, ... Read Full Article

Copenhagen’s Torvehallern: the World’s Best Covered Market

  Torvehallern – the covered market that opened in Copenhagen in September 2011 – hasn’t been declared the world’s best covered market (yet), but it certainly has the potential. During my first few hours wandering the historic streets of Copenhagen, I learned something about the Danes: they love superlatives. The Danish are proud to have Europe’s longest bridge (Øresund Bridge) and the ... Read Full Article