Vodroffslund Bodega – “Lunden” – 4 Curtains

Dorsk Flag duo

På Dorsk


There are not many classic pubs left on Vodroffsvej….. There are fancy cafes and coctailbars, and then this authentic classic Danish bodega (pub).

The panels are traditional “Tuborg Green, and the wall are decorated with old metal beer signs. There is a big impressing Carlsberg sign, that is mounted in the inner room. It is worth a beer and is gem. There is a signed Liverpool jersey delivered by Mr. Carlsberg himself, there is a jukebox with varied music. Everything from AC/DC to Beatles, and of course new and old Danish classics. It is a good mirror image of the people who hangs out here. Different backgrounds, different ages, youngsters from the Broch gymnasium or more or less known politicians from the Social Democratic headquarter across the street.

I would not recommend to challenge young Charlotte behind the bar for a game of pool, unless if you are Masochistic, and enjoys getting your ass kicked. Lunden is known for its friendly people behind the bar!

smokers vacation

If you are keen on cheap beer, good old pub atmosphere, I would recommend Lunden. You can still smoke here, so this is fixed stop on the pubcrawl when my Norwegian friends is on “smokers vacation” in Copenhagen.  You can also see more on their Danish Homepage.

Todays Normism:
“What do you say, Norm?”
“Any cheap, tawdry thing that’ll get me a beer.”

4 Gardiner

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