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These events give you the chance to meet people, make new acquaintances and bond over a good meal. You can attend a harvest dinner hosted by Slow Living, "Eat the Street" at Copenhagen Street Food on PapirØen or visit Madkaravanen's food market on Frederiksberg Allé! Click on the banner for more information.
Download our very own Copenhagen Cooking App and get access to the festival’s many events from the palm of your hand. You are able to buy tickets and filter the events by date and categories under which we have classified each event. Make it easier for yourself to find your way to each event by using the in-app map that locates the event’s whereabouts! Click on the banner for more information.
Cooking Spot is open from Saturday to Saturday and offers a number of daily activities! Come and taste some wine and cheese presented by Arla Unika, take part in food experiments hosted by Bite Me Crew and get your hands on a free children's cook book and much more! You also have the opportunity to buy last minute tickets at a cheaper price at Cooking Spot!
Follow us on Facebook, where we continuously post news about the festival, delicious dining experiences in the Capital and other appetizing tips.
Copenhagen Cooking’s themes this year will focus on local sustainability and togetherness. By local sustainability we aim to promote local ingredients, the 25 years of ecological produce in Denmark and to stop waste of food. With togetherness, we wish to create a social dining experience through a long-table setup – be it held in the street, in private or at one of the city’s fantastic restaurants
Enjoy Copenhagen Cooking August 21-30 2015

Highlights from Copenhagen Cooking 2015