Barbarellah is a Latin cocktail and restaurant hot spot opened by three siblings in the centre of Copenhagen. Not far from the Botanical Gardens and the Ørstedsparken, Barbarellah brings authentic Latin flavors and sounds to the party people of Copenhagen.
Opened in 2004, with a massive renovation in 2008 after four years of growth, Barbarellah is now a bar, lounge and restaurant with state of the art DJ facilities and lighting.
The restaurant is one of Copenhagen's few genuine Latin American kitchens, and they take true pride in serving up the dishes of their homeland. There's Tortilla con Pollo y Mole, which is oven roasted soft corn tortillas with chicken, mole poblano sauce, cheese and guacamole, as well as the Pampas Argentinas for some steak grilled Argentine style!
Aiming for a home-cooked flavor, Barbarellah offers cuisine for all over South America, including Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.
In Babarellah's lounge / bar, the Latin flavors don't stop. Serving up classics like Margaritas, Daiquiris, Cuba Libras and Mojitos using family recipes, Barbarellah proudly served its 100,000th mojito recently. The bar is well stocked with a huge variety of spirits and liqueurs as well as fresh fruit for making those healthier (and even non-alcoholic) cocktails.
From nine in the evening each night a DJ plays to a crowd of fun-loving, cocktail swigging Latin American aficionados - dancing is mandatory!
Barbarellah on Nørre Farimagsgade is run by three siblings who just want to have a good time, South American style. If you're down for it, check them out.
Nørre Farimagsgade 41, City-center, 1364View Larger Map
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