Copenhagen's Nord is a club built for the discerning clubber on Vesterbrogade close to Tivoli amusement park and Vesterport train station. Clubbers get younger and younger ever year, and the owners of Nord felt that a place should exist for adult party people to enjoy themselves. Taking inspiration from big cities like New York, London and Barcelona, where the adult clubbing scene is well-established, Nord opened its doors in 2008. It was the first in Northern Europe to have a strict over-30's only rule.
Revelers at Nord are a mixture of well-paid and well-located locals, from film directors to nurses to executives. The door policy is strict but not overly so. If a large group of friendly over-30's has one or two who are 28 or 29, there will be some leniency, but this is the exception to the rule.
The dress code is smart casual, meaning no hoodies or smelly old sneakers. The policy is enforced by the doormen and there is no discussion on the subject.
One of the ways Nord differs from other clubs is the table service. Instead of queuing for ages at the bar with the possibility of being ignored by the bar person, you will be served at your table by a friendly hostess. Tables seat up to eight, although that is flexible and you are expected to use the table as a base to enjoy the rest of the club.
There is space for over 200 seating, meaning that Nord can get very busy but still provide intimate space for meeting new people. There are five of Copenhagen's best DJ's spinning tunes until early in the morning. They play a mixture of modern tunes and classics--the classics being everything from Madonna to David Bowie.
Vesterbrogade 2E, City-center, 1620View Larger Map