'Smørrebrød', Jacobsen beer and 'snaps' at sea

Presented by Christianshavns Færgecafé

The uncrowned countess of smørrebrød, Jytte Støvlbæk, and Captain and owner of Christianshavns Færgecafé, Erik Frandsen, serve well made smørrebrød, cold Jacobsen beer and homemade schnapps in Christianshavn's beautiful canals.

Jytte Støvlbæk and Captain Erik Frandsen welcome you aboard the Christianshavnerfærgen, where they serve well made smørrebrød, cold Jacobsen beer and homemade schnapps in Wilder's canal at Christianshavn.

Tighten the fishing hat and look forward to a tasty, fun and cozy Saturday 10 October, where Captain Erik Frandsen has taken Denmark's uncrowned open sandwich countess Jytte Støvlbæk (with solid experience from Gilleleje Harbor, Lumskebugten and Schønnemann). The two will together serve the cream of Danish open sandwiches, tasty Jacobsen beer and Erik's homemade schnapps on the Christianshavner ferry, which sways gently in Wilder's canal in front of Christianshavn's Ferry Café.

We border the ship from Christianshavns Færgecafé, Havnegade 50, at 12:00 - the event lasts approx. 2 hours.

You get 3 pcs. open sandwiches (smørrebrød) of carefully selected ingredients paired with 3 pcs. Jacobsen beer and Erik's homemade Skippersnaps.



Address: Christianshavns Færgecafé, Strandgade 50, 1401 København K

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