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Restaurant Visit: Mikkeller Bar in Copenhagen

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Restaurant Visit: Mikkeller Bar in Copenhagen

May 18, 2011

Located in the Vesterbro neighborhood of Copenhagen, the recently opened Mikkeller Bar is the first venture of Danish cult brewer Mikkel Borg Bjergsø, with interiors by Femmes Regionales. For more information, go to Mikkeller.

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Above: The entrance to Mikkeller (note the "Carlsberg Free Zone" sign); photo via Flickr.

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Above: A single wall is tiled in glossy black tiles; the bar features vertical mirrored panels.

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Above L: Double utility sinks in the bar area. Above R: Beer glasses hang from a ceiling rack; photos by Mads Frederik.

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Above: A yellow Mechano Side Chair ("based on the aesthetics of industrial shelving") by Andre Klauser from Thorsten Van Elten mixed with vintage wood chairs.

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Above: The mismatched seating arrangements include a German beer table, tall wood stools, and traditional restaurant chairs.

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Above: Wall-mounted vintage shelves.

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Above: Photos by Lars Engelgaar (except where noted).

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