In historic premises centrally located at Nørreport Station, we offer spacious and atmospheric settings for your next event - regardless of whether it is a reception, a birthday, a wedding or whatever may be the cause of celebration in your family or company.
The whole restaurant
The restaurant in Rosenborggade spreads across several levels – inside and outside – but our dining rooms are in extension of one another, which creates good opportunity to host many guests. The entire restaurant, including the terrace, provides a multitude of opportunities to gather for large parties, receptions and much more. There is plenty of room for 250 guests to dine here, and at receptions where the servings take place standing and the terrace is in use, we have room for even more guests.
All the support you need as host
We tailor the event in close cooperation with you, the host. We love to use our experience to help you, and will gladly provide suggestions and ideas for servings and other features. If you have any special preferences regarding entertainment, music, bar, decorations or similar, we are of course also helpful with ideas and execution.
Kitchen and bar
The meals played a central part in the brothers' upbringing, and food therefore plays an important role when we host events. Food is not "just" food, but should be an experience, a ritual that gives rise to enjoyment and joy of life. Our kitchen is known for its classic Danish/French bistro repertoire, always focused around high-quality ingredients. Our sommeliers and skilled waiters are your guarantee for good wine, drinks and cocktails, adapted to the menu.
For parties of 9 people or more, the same menu must be ordered for the entire party. Menu can be ordered in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was love at first sight when James and Adam entered the "YMCA Castle" on Rosenborggade 15-17 - so named because it previously housed the YMCA's soldiers' mission and was home to the Lifeguard's barracks on the other side of Gothersgade. The brothers knew immediately that here they had found the setting for what turned out to be their first of several restaurants.
The building is unique in all its late romantic splendor with red bricks, large granite sections and bay windows. All rooms have high ceilings and large windows, but nowhere as beautiful as in The Great Hall, the restaurant's largest banquet room.
The Great Hall has a long history and was previously used by Livgarden as a gym - today it stands out as one of the most beautiful banquet rooms in Copenhagen. Just as the brothers were awed by the view, it is inevitable that party guests will have to stop and admire the sight when they descend the carpeted stairs. The hall impresses with its eight-metre ceiling, and the fantastic light reflected in the antique chandeliers shines on the hall's unique works of art. The decoration stems primarily from the brothers' childhood home and helps create a personal atmosphere - "almost like being a guest in a private home", as the brothers say.