Nordre Toldbod 16, Nørrebro
Known for its organic bread, cakes, and most importantly, the best kanelsnurrer in Copenhagen (it's essentially a cinnamon bun layered with Vahlrona chocolate), Meyers Bageri is the brainchild of Danish entrepreneur and chef Claus Meyer. It's tiny (read: fits five people) so it's always packed. Get there early before everything sells out.
Jægersborggade 25, Nørrebro
All the artisanal chocolates and ice-cream sold at this tiny store are made on site in the back room—which explains the rich, chocolatey scent the second you walk in.
The Coffee Collective
Jægersborggade 57, Nørrebro
Founded by four friends, the Coffee Collective is all about sustainability—meaning, all the beans are direct trade only and roasted to perfection in their own energy-efficient roaster. The café itself has a modernist vibe and is sparsely furnished with stone floors and low-hanging light bulbs. For a taste of this artisan coffee on the go, pop by their second location at Torvehallerne market.
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