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Apollo Bar is a Copenhagen museum café & restaurant Located within the courtyard of the historic cultural institution Kunsthal Charlottenborg.


Guests are welcome to drop in, just to enjoy a cup of coffee, a glass of wine or a drink at the bar. On Friday nights, guests at Apollo Bar can expect DJ’s playing and a good crowd of people to start a party with.


Apollo Kantine is located in the biggest room behind Apollo Bar. Every monday to Friday an unpretentious vegetarian lunch  is served for students from the Academy of Fine Arts as well as everyone else.


All year round, the courtyard is space for events and cultural initiatives such as; CHART Art Fair, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, talks, croquis and flea markets.

Apollo bar & kantine is located in the museum Charlottenborg’s beautiful courtyard


Nyhavn 2

1051 Copenhagen.

+45 27503233


Apollo bar

  • monday Closed
  • tuesday 10 – 17
  • wednesday 10 – 23:55
  • thursday 10 – 23:55
  • friday 10 – 23:55
  • saturday 10 – 23:55
  • sunday 10 – 17

Apollo kantine

  • monday – sunday Closed

OUR MENU changes according to the season and ranges from familiar dishes to experimental fusions.

for brunch and lunch  there are several options.

for dinner we like to give you the full Apollo bar experience and serve you the set menu.

SEE the menu and possibilities HERE

are you Planning an event or need help with catering?
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In April 2017, chef and creator Frederik Bille Brahe opened Apollo Bar and Kantine in two bright rooms with soaring ceilings and generously proportioned windows at Kunsthal Charlottenborg/Charlottenborg Palace.

With Apollo, Frederik Bille Brahe was one of the first to celebrate and reinvent the idea of ​​a typical museum café in Denmark. Focusing on international visions and renewal Frederik Bille Brahe saw the opening of Apollo, as an opportunity to penetrate the system, break down expectations and instead create something people didn’t already know they needed.

Décor, by designer Rune Bruun Johansen, is sparse but full of thoughtful touches, such as Børge Mogensen’s ‘J39’ chairs – inherited from the art school next door.