This glass-enclosed market has some sixty stalls manned by butchers, florists, bakers, and vegetable sellers alongside several restaurants, and coffee counters. (All of Copenhagen’s best chefs buy their produce here.) Wander through the market to sample the assortment of—ridiculously decadent—Danish specialty’s like snaps (herb infused spirits) and, at Christmastime, risengrod (a thick rice pudding topped with butter, cinnamon, and sugar). If you happen to be in Copenhagen during the summer months, stop by Hija de Sachez, a taqueria run by former Noma alum Rosio Sanchez. It’s as authentic as it comes in this part of the world. (They’re open seasonally April-October.)

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