Upon landing in Copenhagen, I needed some caffeine. I’d been up for approximately 24 hours and was eager to explore the city and catch up with friends. Café Atelier September came highly recommended from a trusted source and is also a favorite among local Danish friends. It was also conveniently located within a short walking distance from my hotel and the famed colorful Nyhavn port. The friendly staff, easy wi-fi, and communal tables made it the ideal first stop to feel right at home in a new country.
Croissants and Lemon-glazed Madeleines – enjoy the pastries with their homemade jam
This intimate spot serves breakfast and lunch daily and specialize in all-natural, seasonal dishes focusing on the freshet fruits, vegetables and herbs. Their plates are bright, bold and beautiful. Check out their instagram feed here.
Unkaku Matcha tea from Marukyu-Koyamaen, Uji, Kyoto in a Steve Harrison ceramic cup
Find a seat along the arched window and order a cup of Koppi coffee, tea (matcha, oolong, hojicha), or a glass of natural wine and enjoy the people watching along the bustling Copenhagen street.
Gothersgade 30, 1123 København K, Denmark