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The Old Irish Pub pa Grabrødretorv 15 i København er en hyggelig irsk pub med en placering pa det historiske Grabrødretorv. Pubben er indrettet i to etager, hvor hver sal byder op til hver sin unikke fest, hvad enten man er til fest langt ud pa...more
This is a decent place to get a drink. Guiness was lovely. We were hoping for food but all they serve here are chips. The waiter told us we could get food next door and bring it over. So we did! Beautiful little square to...More
Very very rude staff, which I can't believe, both the Irish and Danish are so welcoming. Poor beer selection, the Carlsberg factory is down the road but you can't get a pint of normal Carlsberg, that's like not able to get a pint of Guinness...More
After getting off the train we felt like having an Aperol spritz that was perfectly executed by the friendly bar guy. Would have loved an olive in the drink for a unique twist. NOT
Didn’t have any. So we watched the passing parade and went...More
Have been here a couple of times. Average “Irish Pub” concept, but a good place to grab a beer if in the area. Also serves decent cocktails. Have outdoor seating. I have generally found the staff to be accommodating and friendly.
Place gets a second point for cheap beer (only original Tuborg), but was a bit of a hole to be honest. Somewhat drab, and devoid of atmosphere... okay but really nothing special. The bartender (a guy with longish hair and an Aussie accent) seemed friendly...More
The waiters ignored is until we went there to order. They were just standing around and smoking. The cheap beer prices don't always apply which is only written super small in the corner of the menu in Danish. Not going there again.
20dkk for 0,5l beer is awesome for Norwegian people that is used to 90dkk for a beer. Has outdoor seating.
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Indre By (Inner City)
This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding
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