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Cafe Intime

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Why locals love it

Frederiksberg is kind of oppressively normal, so a gem like Intime shines that much more. Established in the 1920's (or maybe earlier), the place has always had a huge LBGTQ following and still does. However, calling it a gay bar would also be a bit much.

Why you should visit it

The interior is as though time to stood still, especially while they're singing and playing at the piano. Throughout the week regular singers and pianists entertain the crowd with classic songs, and you're welcome to try out your talents on the crowd - ask the barkeep nicely first, though.

Special tip

Like Alleenberg down the street, this is one of Frederiksbergs gems and a respite from the oppressive normality around you.

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Cafe Intime has an intimate and french-like atmosphere alla 1920. From the out side it doesn't look like much, but when you walk through double doors you will find yourself in another world. A small and smoky room brings back the 20s with chandeliers a grand piano and a bartender in old school clothing serving you. They play live music almost every night. Something worth doing when you wan't to find a time capsule.
Hannah Kathrine
Local
January 28, 2019

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