About Town: From Tivoli to Frederiksberg, the band, buffet and brilliance have survived the move

There were over 500 guests at the grand opening of the new Herzegovina restaurant at Mørk Hansensvej 2 in Frederiksberg, which has found a new venue to call home after over 30 years at Tivoli.

Grand opening of the new Herzegovina restaurant with a donkey (all photo: Hasse Ferrold)

The restaurant’s owner Ivan Juric proudly looked on as guests enjoyed the traditional band, the famous buffet and the appearance of a donkey.

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Among those present were Slovenian ambassador Tone Kajzer (right above; left below) and Copenhagen Post sales director Hans Hermansen (right below), who presented Juric with a special newspaper cover with a succinct headline that summed up the day: “I’m Back”!

 





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