Copenhagen Food News (November 2021) Openings, Events & Pop-Ups

The temperatures are dropping and the leaves are changing. Autumn is upon us, and you can see it as much on the plate as on the street. Pumpkin spice season is here, not just at Starbucks but in a seasonal spandauer at Bageriet Benji, and in the pumpkin cheesecake and pumpkin madeleines at Seks. Keep reading to see a list of the exciting new openings, events, pop-ups, and collabs happening this month in Copenhagen.

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Admiralgade 26 Selskab – November 3rd, 10th, and 17th

Every Wednesday in November, Admiralgade 26 will host a series of soirees. Community eating is the focus of these salons, but art, films, music, and conversations also play a role in the evenings’ fun. The weekly event kicks off on November 3rd; click here to see a full line-up of the upcoming dinner parties.


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Burger Vinduet – November 3rd, 11th, and 13th

Burger Vinduet (the Burger Window) is back with three chances for you to try their burgers in November. Their first pop-up will take place at JOJO Vesterbro on November 3rd, where their burgers will be paired with cocktails. Then, they will return to Rbarrab from November 11-13th. Stay tuned to their Instagram for more details.


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The Caribbean Housewife Roast – November 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th

Back by popular demand, The Caribbean Housewife returns to Sønder Boulevard with her signature soups, every Wednesday from November 3rd until December 15th. The four-course menu is 350dkk and includes mango ceviche, sweet potato noodles, and ube ice cream. A wine pairing is available, featuring female natural winemakers like Alanna Lagamba. Click here to book tickets.

MAD Mondays – November 8th

MAD Mondays return with a series of exciting talks with professionals in the hospitality field. This month, Connie Hedegaard is the guest of honor: “The former European Commissioner for Climate and Board Chair will join us to share her insights and experience into what it means to be a public leader, and on who it falls to achieve positive change.⁠” The event will feature bites from Jonathan Tam’s soon-to-open restaurant JATAK. Click here to book tickets.


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Marchal Femmes Unique Dinner – November 9th

Who run the world? Girls! Six female chefs are taking over the kitchen at Marchal on November 9th for an unforgettable evening. The event will feature dishes from Kamilla Seidler from Lola, Anita Klemensen from Studenterkilden, Mette Dahlgaard Jensen from Gemÿse, Anne Bruun Jessen from Nordlandet, Francesca Parazzi from Marchal, and Freja Krarup, the new pastry chef at D’Angleterre.


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Hart Brød Bar – November 13th

The Noma team is rapidly expanding their empire! Hart Brød + Bar is moving down the street (close to the Opera House) and expanding into a much larger space. The charming new venue resembles an old red farmhouse, with floor to ceiling windows and a large terrace with wooden picnic tables and benches for outdoor imbibing. Noma has always been at the forefront of the natural wine movement in Scandinavia; the wine list (curated by Mads Kleppe and the other Noma sommeliers) will feature small winemakers who respect nature and don’t mess too much with the fermented grape juice. Also available: bread and caviar servings, tea cocktails from the Rare Tea Lady, and more. Opening date: November 13th.

The new location of Hart Brød Bar is also a natural wine bar.
The new location of Hart Brød Bar is also a natural wine bar.

Grønt Marked – November 14th

On the second Sunday of every month (from May until December), you’ll find the city’s biggest farmer’s market, Grønt Marked, pop up on Refshaleøen. Shop organic vegetables, ciders, kombuchas, kimchi, ferments, and so much more. Now, the market also has expanded to Nørrebro – find your favorite farmers at Guldberg Byplads on November 28th as well.


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Noma x Kadeau x Hija de Sanchez – November 15th

The chefs from Noma and Kadeau are teaming up for a special “Amigos de Sanchez” event at Hija de Sanchez Cantina on Monday, November 15th. Stop by the take-away window from 16:00 until 18:00 (or sold out) to try the pre-set menu of a broth, two tacos, a tostada, a dessert and a drink. The fixed menu is 300dkk per person.


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Beaujolais Nouveau Day – November 18th

Celebrate the release of this year’s Beaujolais Nouveau at various places around Copenhagen. Amass Fried Chicken is serving a special fried chicken sandwich with a glass of bojo for 160 DKK (walk-in only), Solfinn is open all night slinging the fresh Gamay at Rødder og Vin, Omegn og Venner in Torvehallerne is selling glasses for 60 DKK each, and Sebastian Riffault is pouring all you can drink wine with Rosforth & Rosforth for 450 DKK (includes a warm dish!). Click here to get your ticket.

Kala’s Kimchi Workshops – November 21st

Learn the art of fermentation from Kala Sung, the kimchi queen. She has three kimchi workshops this month at various locations in Copenhagen. Her first kimchi workshop will take place at JOJO Vesterbro on November 10th. Her second workshop will take place at Sørisgaard, a farm 30 minutes outside of Copenhagen. Guests will take a walk in the field of the organic farm and learn how to make kimchi from Danish root vegetables and cabbages. Finally, she will have a workshop at kōnā on November 29th.


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The Hungries – Upcoming Events

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Kitchen Table at Kong Hans Kælder – November 5th

We’ve booked the kitchen table at Denmark’s latest two star restaurant, Kong Hans Kælder – one of the hardest-to-book tables in Copenhagen right now. Join us on November 5th to experience the tasting menu at Denmark’s oldest Michelin-starred restaurant. Note: spots for this event are filled, but join the club to snag a seat at future events like this.

Julefrokost at Schønnemann – November 14th

VIP members of The Hungries are taking over Schønnemann’s private dining room on November 14th to kick off the Christmas season with an extra festive julefrokost. There will be snaps, fried herring, flæskesteg, risalamande, singing, and plenty of juletide cheer. Note: spots for this event are filled, but join the club to snag a seat at future events like this.

Join us for a "julefrokost" at Schønnemann!
Join us for a “julefrokost” at Schønnemann!

American Natural Wine Tasting at Pulp Wine – December 4th

Calling all Thirsties! Our next wine tasting will take place at Pulp Wine in Valby. The focus will be American natural winemakers from California and Oregon, like Martha Stoumen, Maloof Wines, and Subject to Change Winery. Twelve lucky members will get to taste seven different wines and nibble on an assortment of cheese, crackers, and charcuterie. Don’t miss out!

Snaps School + Smørrebrød Feast – December 5th

VIP members of The Hungries have been invited to go back to school – to SNAPS school! You will have the chance to learn all about how to make snaps, and will get to mix and blend some homemade snaps at Christianshavns Færgecafé. Then, you’ll get to sit down for dinner and enjoy the Sailor’s Christmas platter of 4 different dishes, as well as a battery of 5 different types of snaps. There will be snaps singing and plenty of snaps drinking – and you’ll get to take home a bottle of Skippersnaps, Captain Erik’s line of homemade snaps. Limited spots left – join the club today!

Are you ready to drink some Danish snaps?!
Are you ready to drink some Danish snaps?!

What are you eating this month? Let us know in a comment below!

Kaitlin Orr

Kaitlin Orr and Anders Husa are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.


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