Bridging cultural experiences through food & arts

Copenhagen Street Food is also a place for creative souls, such as artists and musicians, and there are often events and activities in between meals.

June 6th, 2016 10:38 pm| by Greater CPH Post
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Copenhagen Street Food, located at the Papirøen (Paper Island) in Copenhagen town, is home to many cuisines from the world. The variety of different food centers are blended with people living in Greater Copenhagen coming from all over the world.

It is knowns to be the city’s first and only street food market that accomodates many cultures from east to west, including events for parties, workshops and easy access for anyone to open their stalls at the venue.

Copenhagen Street Food, writes about themselves as the market(copenhagen street food), which “is for everybody”. The organization is run by the association – for the conservation of the original red Danish dairy breed and thorshøjgaard

Copenhagen Street Food is also a place for creative souls, such as artists and musicians, and there are often events and activities in between meals. Check out the website for what happens when you are in town.

The food market is also inhabited by Experimentarium City science museum and designer Henrik Vibskov’s little coffee shop Den Plettede Gris.

Similar open spaces that encourages the exchange of cultures through food and arts can also be found across the bridge, for example in Malmö – kontrapunkt, which is being organized and run by an association of people coming togeher and working towards common goal, to serve the space as a platform for unify and strengthen existing grassroots movements locally in Malmö and connect together,by culture as a tool and start building on options for a fairer society.