This charming pick is located in the beginnings of Nørrebro: Copenhagen’s creative, multicultural neighborhood. The area boasts an impressive amount of kebab restaurants, vintage shops, and laid-back cafes just like this one. Café Arabica is off the beaten path, hardly even showing up on Google Maps without a proper search of the name — a hallmark of a fabulous find. By taking a quick turn off the main street, Nørrebrogade, you’ll find yourself in this quiet spot known for its cheesecake.
The café features wooden walls and furniture, Moroccan-inspired décor, and luminous lantern chandeliers. The Chai lattes are also remarkable: pair it with your cheesecake and call it lunch…that counts, right?
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Copenhagen manages to be incredibly trendy, yet cozy and welcoming all at the same time — a winning trio, if you ask me. With an unpretentious café scene that will steal your heart (and wallet), it’s easy to find a favorite hangout among the city’s diverse offerings. From book-centric alcoves to ornate basement tea rooms, […]