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This place is what you might call a dive bar - but that's definitely a compliment. It's quirky in a heavy metal kind of way, but with a fantastic beer selection and a nice outdoor area with heat lamps. It's got a great location, too,...More
I ended up spending every night at the Escobar during my four-day stay in Copenhagen. It seems to be the only rock or metal bar in the city at the time of writing but it had also come recommended by staff at its sister-bar, the...More
Dirtiest bar I've ever been to! I wanted to get a game on the bar table on the corner and it was full of dirt and spider webs.The leather sofas have not been cleaned in ages..pretty disgusting.They could maybe..just maybe think about cleaning every now...More
My partner and I visited this bar as it was recommended by our hostel during our Copenhagen stay. We hardly ever left! The entrance can be confusing at first as three businesses share one space, but go down the stairs to Escobar and discover a...More
We went to Escobar for a break after a day of visits in Copenhagen. Great music, the nice guys at the bar made us discover local beers according to our tastes, and the prices were very correct (for Copenhagen).
In search of a rock bar, we were recommended to try Escobar by an Icelandic bartender in Mikeller & Friends. Two of the three nights we stayed in Fredriksburg were spent at Escobar drinking beers and shots with the friendly locals, listening to some great...More
Date of experience: April 2017
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Located just north of The Lakes, this neighbourhood is a melting pot of small quirky clothing stores, dozens of pizzerias and eateries of all types, a street almost entirely devoted to antiques, several microbreweries and even a couple of Michelin starred restaurants. Here you’ll also find Assistens Cemetery which is an ecclectic mix of tombstones as well as a recreational park and where you will find the
tombstones of famous Danes, such as writer Hans Christian Anderson and physicist Niels Bohr. Inner Noerrebro is also home to one af the most popular theatres in Copenhagen, called Noerrebro Theatre. It shows both popular musicals and plays, as well as productions of a more experimental nature.