Occupying an old paté factory (hence the name) in Copenhagen’s meatpacking district, Paté Paté serves up Spanish- and French-inflected cuisine all day long. Breakfast could be a simple omelet or Danish pastry, while the dinner menu has plenty of hard-core options for meat lovers, offset with lighter fish and vegetable dishes. The interior looks thoroughly lived-in, with vintage-y wooden furniture, candles in wine bottles, and strings of bare lightbulbs illuminating the space. A great spot for a casual dinner or glass of wine and the floor-to-ceiling windows are an added bonus—perfect for people watching.

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