Denmark's Food Festivals
Copenhagen Cooking, one of Europe's most prestigious food festivals, was founded by the Danes to honor Copenhagen's and Denmark's culinary heritage.
Throughout the festival, top restaurant chefs will pay tribute to the country's Nordic cuisine tradition. The festival includes over 100 distinct activities ranging from small dinners with Danish chefs to massive cuisine festivals attended by thousands. During Harvest Feast, 1,500 people eat at a 1/4-mile-long table on Frederiksberg Allé (Hstfest). The meal is prepared by eight neighborhood restaurants in collaboration with local farmers. The Harvest Feast tickets are DKK 300 (approximately $44) and include a three-course dinner from one of the eight participating restaurants.
When you buy your ticket, you choose which restaurant(s) you want to try because each one has its own menu. Attendees must, however, bring their own plates, utensils, and so on.
Fortunately, Frederiksberg Allé has stores where you can purchase cutlery for the occasion. You have the option of purchasing drinks at the bar or bringing your own. Tickets will be available for purchase on the Copenhagen Cooking website after June 25.