The following pubs serve a full menu.
Belgian and Danish beers.
Brewpub that brews some interesting beers along with the usual brewpub standards.
Newly opened brewery and tap room for To Øl. Restaurant open daily from 5pm.
Fairly standard brewpub. Good food. Now merged with the neighboring restaurant A Hereford Beefstouw.
Acts as a tap room for Wire Brewing
Restaurant with a beer emphasis. Taps not all that interesting but a good bottle selection.
A Mikkeller Taqueria -- the concept of Ramen to Biiru applied to Mexican street food.
Second location of Mikkerller's version of a taqueria
Modern brewery/brewpub in old factory building with lots of exposed brick and steel beams. The new BRAW bar in the basement has beers from their experimental brand (BRAW) and some guests and is definitely worth a visit.
Japanese Ramen bar transported to Copenhagen by Mikkeller.
The original Mikkeller Ramen bar. Has to be seen, cannot be described. Very close to 1420 Bar.
Coffee shop with 15 taps of good beer. Food is pizza and sandwiches. Affiliated with the Kihoskh store next door which has an amazing bottle shop.
Restaurant at the former site of Noma (and René Redzepi, the chef at Noma is a partner). Eclectic tap list and an excellent selection of Lambic’s in bottles.. Surcharge for paying with credit card.
Irish bar with a wide range of O'hara's beers on tap and some Irish craft beer in bottles.
New pub with a lot of taps and some good people behind it. Beer are a mix of Danish and quality international beers.
Three Floyd's & Mikkeller joint venture brewery. Six house beers and 14 guests, mostly Mikkeller and 3 Floyds. Food is Texas style BBQ