Fischer’s is a cozy Italian inspired tavern and a hallmark on the bourgeoning Østerbro food scene, as well as a favourite with Copenhagen cuisine enthusiasts who are in the know.
A stone throw from our store lies Aamanns - The most iconic Danish dish is Smørrebrød, the open faced sandwich. At Adam Aamann’s original restaurant and deli on Øster Farimagsgade you’ll experience the updated modern version of this standard fair in its most beautiful expression.
Daniel Letz hails from Alsace, France. He originally came to Denmark at the age of 22 to work as the head chef at the renowned basement restaurant Kong Hans in 1980. Under his guidance, the place was given the first Michelin star ever awarded to a Danish restaurant. Then, in 1995, he left the restaurant to open his own place right here in the Østerbro neighborhood of Copenhagen where Goods is also based; at nearby Sankt Jakobs Plads.
A couple of steps to the right of Goods on Østerbrogade 50 lies the children's shoe and clothing store Søstjernen. Founded in 1999 by Katrine Leisner, the store is built on the concept of creating a space for shoes and clothing with a clean and contemporary look for kids. Since the first few steps were taken with the Østerbro shop, Katrine has not only opened a second shop in Berlin but also founded an in-house clothing brand.
Only a few blocks from our shop, tucked away in a cosy basement on Strandboulevarden, lies a vintage design shop which calls itself Modern Lamps. Founder Per Poulsen originally opened the shop around the same time as we opened our current location on Østerbrogade in 2012.
The National Gallery of Denmark or Statens Museum for Kunst (SMK) is Denmark’s largest collection of art and a good place to start if you’re making your way from the inner city of Copenhagen towards Østerbro. The ambition is to present Danish art to the world and the world’s art to Denmark. The museum’s origins are the art collections of the Danish monarchs through out the ages, dating back all the way to 1521 when German painter Albrecht Dürer donated...
Gourmandiet is one of absolute best and unique butchers you will ever come across in this life. Located on Rosenvængets Allé, a narrow cosy street, which could just as easily fit into Paris’ Marais neighbourhood, Gourmandiet serves
Long time friends Rikke Rasmussen and Stine Grouleff Skjoldborg were among the first to establish themselves in the area of Østerbro, with their Moshi Moshi clothing store. Østerbro is the same area of Copenhagen where Goods is also based, and ever since we opened, Rikke and Stine have both been very supportive and welcomed us into the local style community.