Reopening of LGBT+ places in Denmark

Updated June 11, 2021

Bars, cafes and restaurants can remain open till midnight (24:00).

From 15 July, bars, cafes and restaurants will be permitted to remain open till 02:00.

From Monday 14 June, you no longer need to wear a face mask. However, you still need to bring your corona pass.

Dance clubs and other night venues are expected to reopen 1 September.

 

Updated May 21, 2021

Saunas and sex-clubs can reopen today.

It is still unclear when dance clubs and night clubs will be allowed to reopen.

 

Updated May 6, 2021

Music venues, cinemas, fitness centers etc. can reopen.

The requirement of a table reservation when eating and drinking indoors – the so-called 30-Minute Rule – will be abolished.

Bars, cafes, restaurants etc. will still only be permitted opening hours till 23.00 (11 p.m.), with last order being served no later than 22.00 (10 p.m.). Exemption to this rule can only be given to special private arrangements where all participants know each other in advance.

Corona certificate and face mask is still required when you are moving around indoors at bars, cafes, restaurants etc.

The authorities have promised to work out a plan, no later than in the middle of June 2021, for when to allow nightlife to reopen.

 

Updated April 16, 2021

Restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs reopen

Restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs are permitted to reopen both outdoors and indoors from Wednesday 21 April 2021.

Indoor serving requires both seat reservation in advance and a corona pass. The area requirement is two square metres for sitting guests and four square metres at places where the guests are primarily standing.

All places must close at 23.00 with the last round served no later than 22.00. The mandatory closing hours are from 23.00 till 05.00 in the morning.

Corona pass is no longer required if you are sitting outdoors.

In the information from the Ministry of Justice it is not told whether you must wear a facemask when moving around the restaurant, café, bar and pub.

It is also unclear when sex clubs, dance clubs and night clubs are allowed to reopen.

 


We will continuously updating the list below. Also stay updated by visiting facebook sites and websites of the places you are interested in visiting.

The list will constantly be updated, please also check out the current opening hours at websites and facebook sites.
Aids Fondet Vestergade 18 E, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Amigo Sauna Studiestræde 31, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Body Bio Kingosgade 7, Kld., Copenhagen V Check out their website
Cafe Intime Allegade 25, Frederiksberg Check out their website
Cafe Trold Vesterbrogade 53, Copenhagen V Check out their website
Centralhjørnet Kattesundet 18, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Copenhagen 2021 H.C. Andersens Boulevard 27, Copenhagen V Check out their website
Cosy Bar Studiestræde 24, Copenhagen K Temporary closed
G*A*Y Copenhagen Vester Voldgade 10, Copenhagen V Temporary closed
Homoware Larsbjørns Stræde 11 kld., Copenhagen K Check out their website
Jailhouse CPH Studiestræde 12, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Kafe Knud Skindergade 21, Copenhagen K Check out their website
KissKiss Studiestræde 41, Copenhagen K Check out their website
LGBT Danmark Vestergade 18 E, 4 floor, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Masken Bar Studiestræde 33, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Mens Bar Teglgårdstræde 3, Copenhagen K Check out their website
Never Mind Nørre Voldgade 2, Copenhagen K Temporary closed
Oscar bar cafe Regnbuepladsen, Copenhagen V Check out their website
Restaurant 1733 Nybrogade 14, Copenhagen K Check out their website
SLM-København Lavendelstræde 17,  Copenhagen K Check out their website
Turistinformation Vesterbrogade 4 A, Copenhagen V Check out their website
Vela Gay Club Victoriagade 2-4, Copenhagen V Check out their website

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History

Updated February 25, 2021
Restaurants, bars and cafes are still closing in all municipalities. The restrictions are due to fears of a new rise in coronary infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until April 5, 2021. Discotheques and night clubs must also still stay closed.

Updated February 1, 2021
Restaurants, bars and cafes are still closing in all municipalities. The restrictions are due to fears of a new rise in coronary infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until February 28, 2021. Discotheques and night clubs must also still stay closed.

Updated January 15, 2021
Restaurants, bars and cafes are closing in all municipalities. The restrictions, due to large increase in corona infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until February 7, 2021. Discotheques and night clubs must also still stay closed.

Updated December 29, 2020
Restaurants, bars and cafes are closing in all municipalities. The new restrictions, due to large increase in corona infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until January 17, 2021. Discotheques and night clubs must also still stay closed.

Updated December 07, 2020
Restaurants, bars and cafes are closing in several municipalities, including Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Odense, Aalborg and Aarhus. The new restrictions will apply from Wednesday, December 9, 2020, due to large increase in corona infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until January 3, 2021. Discotheques and night clubs must also still stay closed.

Updated October 24, 2020
Restaurants, bars and cafes everywhere in Denmark must temporarily close at 22:00 to January 2, 2021, due to a continued large increase in Coronavirus cases. You must also wear a face mask at restaurants, bars and cafes, when you are not sitting down. This applies to both staff and guests.

Updated October 7, 2020
Restaurants, bars and cafes everywhere in Denmark must temporarily close at 22:00 from September 19 at 12:00 to October 31, due to a large increase in Coronavirus cases. You must also wear a face mask at restaurants, bars and cafes, when you are not sitting down. This applies to both staff and guests

Updated September 15, 2020
Restaurants, bars and cafes in Copenhagen and Frederiksberg must temporarily close at 22:00 from September 17 to October 1, due to a large increase in Coronavirus cases. You must also wear a face mask at restaurants, bars and cafes, when you are not sitting down. This applies to both staff and guests.

Updated September 7, 2020
Restaurants, bars, cafes in Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Odense must temporarily close at 24:00 from September 9, due to large increase in corona infection. The restrictions will temporarily apply until 22 September 2020.

Updated September 1, 2020
Restaurants, bars, cafes etc. are now permitted to stay open till 02.00 instead of midnight – on condition that no new guests are let in after 23.00.

Discotheques and night clubs must still stay closed, so far to 31 October 2020. However, they can decide to change their layout and activities according to the guidelines of restaurants, bars, cafes etc. in order to get permitted to stay open on the same terms.

 

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