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Copenhagen Street Food Market, No More

Copenhagen Street Food Market

The news is however relevant to all, and the news is unfortunately that Copenhagen Street Food Market has closed down. The good news is, it will be opening up again in a new setup in May!

A new urban area

Copenhagen Street Food has closed the 22nd of December 2017 due to a temporary leasing contract. However the founders are on a mission helping creative minds turn their ideas into business. The new project has been given the working title “Reffen”, which is the nickname of the island, and will be located by the waterfront, just minutes away from the old location. The ambition is to create a melting pot with a food market, creative workshops and start-ups, cultural experiences and innovative projects.  Other neighbouring cool businesses to check out include Mikkeller, the restaurants Amass (owned and operated by the former head chef of Noma, Matt Orlando) and Aamanns Kitchen, as well as the festivals Haven, Copenhell, Distortion and Move CPH. And there’s more! Copenhagen Canal Tours’ canal cruise will also be sailing to Reffen.

The new urban neighbourhood featuring a street food market is set to open in May/early summer this year.

Reffen, Copenhagen Street Food Market

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The new Copenhagen Street Food Market will be located at Reffen – the new urban neighbourhood

 

In the meantime, here is an alternative food market to Copenhagen street food market.

We are already pretty excited for what seem to be this summer’s biggest event! Are you?
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