Naming restaurants after what they serve seems to be a trend in Copenhagen and Øl & Brød (beer and bread) is the perfect example. Run by the same people as nearby Mikkeller, the beer-obsessed duo figured the best accompaniment to their artisanal brews is a good smørrebrød open-face sandwich. The interior looks more like someone’s dining room than a restaurant, with porcelain plates on the walls and various bottles and cooking apparatus stacked on shelves. The smørrebrød are small, and around ten are recommended per person with beer pairings. If you want something stronger than beer, Øl & Brød happens to have the largest selection of aquavits and home-made schnapps in the city.

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