Found this in the newspaper today: 5 new cafés in Copenhagen! Freshly and freely translated from Politiken.dk! Thanks, journalists!
Vogelkop is a café with a rarity of an oldschool Danish dish in their breakfast menu - Øllebrød (an oatmeal-ish dish with beer and rugbrød) with whipped cream! Bonus info: "Øllebrød" means "beerbread"! But they also have the classic café dishes and drinks. Often with music and poems in the rooms. Check theirFacebook page. Go there to try the øllebrød breakfast specialty
At Flensborggade 30, Kbh. V - Open mon-fri: 8-20, sat-sun: 10-20.
A true princess café with flowers, candles and small figures! Various sandwiches and mix your own salad from 30-50 kroner. And they have cake and the most delicious different variants of hot chocolate (that sounds like something for a princess)!
At Prinsesse Charlottesgade 16, 2200 Kbh. N, Open mon-sat. 10-18, sun. 12-19
A new student café! Super student friendly with plugs in the wall and free wifi. Tons of events and a Christmas present workshop! :D
Organic fairtrade coffee for 10 kroner and delicious juice, special brews from Nørrebros Bryghus, bread, snacks and cake.
At Sankt Peders Stræde 1, 1453 Kbh K, Open: wed. 9-22, thu. 9-24, fri. 9-02, sat. 13-02 STheir facebook pace!
Retromania is, not as the name suggests, a new café in Nørrebro. They have a second hand shop with stuff and clothes fron the 50s, 60s and 70s, brunch, sandwich, coffee and smoothies.
They also sell old LPs from the 60's mainly.
At Nørrebrogade 150, 2200 Kbh N, Open mon.-fri. 10-18, sat. 10-16
Ipsen & Co.
Classic menu with eggs and rugbrød for breakfast, soup for lunch, sandwich, tapas and homemade cakes! NOM NOM NOM!
At Gammel Kongevej 108, 1850 Frederiksberg, open mon.-thu. 8-18, fri.-sat. 9-18.