At the Workers Museum, SMK and the Natural History Museum of Denmark you will find pleasant, atmospheric cafés offering drinks, snacks and meals.

A table at Café & Ølhalle '1892' at the Workers Museum

Café & Ølhalle '1892' at the Workers Museum

The restaurant at the Workers Museum, Café & Ølhalle '1892', offers you a chance to taste truly traditional Danish food. 

Housed in the listed cellar underneath the museum, the setting is remarkable in itself. Guests are transported back in time as they enjoy traditional Danish open-face sandwiches done exactly as tradition dictates while using organically farmed, sustainable produce.

A lunch plate at Café & Ølhalle '1892' in the basement under the Workers Museum

Kafeteria serves simple and tasty dishes

Kafeteria at SMK - The National Gallery of Denmark

Run by renowned chef and restaurateur Frederik Bille Brahe, Kafeteria is SMK’s own unique eatery. The emphasis is on green cuisine rooted in principles of simplicity.

Kafeteria runs its own bakery and is particularly famous for its splendid array of home-made cakes, colourful juices and ice teas, fresh bread – and the best museum coffee in town.

Riccos Kaffebar at the Natural History Museum of Denmark

Commanding a lovely view of the Botanical Garden, Riccos Kaffebar is the perfect place to relax and recharge, fortified by well-made coffee, tantalising cakes, delicious wraps and delectable bread.

Riccos' café at the National History Museum of Denmark serves a great variety of sodas.