Posts tagged music
Posts tagged music
If you love music as much as we do, then you shouldn’t miss the Tivoli Fredagsrock. From 13th of April on, the Tivoli park in Copenhagen is having a concert each Friday night featuring many famous Danish and international singers/bands like “The Storm”, “The Cardigans” and “Medina”, playing everything from Reggae to Pop and Dance. It’s a great way to discover new music and enjoy the Nordic spring/summer. The best thing is: it’s cheap! You only pay the normal entrance for the park: 95 DKK for a day ticket (before 8pm) or 260 DKK for a season ticket. As the Fredagrock concerts are always very popular, make sure to be there in time. We recommend you to spend a nice day at Tivoli and then enjoy the concert in the evening, warm ups start around 19h and the concerts at 22h. Got to Tivoli Fredagsrock to find more information and Spotify playlists. Enjoy!
(Image Tivoli Fredagsrock)
Then go Greek!
We recommend you the Mediterranean Restaurant on Grönegatan 2. This is a very cozy place which makes you feel a bit of the Greek friendliness and style. A cozy atmosphere, with nice decorations that enhance the relaxing feeling, is combined with Greek music for the soul to create the perfect momentum for enjoying a good meal.
Each day there is a different Special meal, such as a delicious veal stew with mushrooms and rice, served for 79kr. Today’s special is served from 11:30 to 14:30 and the prices include drinks, bread and coffee.
You can also choose from other Greek dishes, such as: Souvlaki 125kr, Moussaka 115kr, Lamb chops 135kr, Greek salad 80kr, which are priced excluding drinks.
However, if after reading this you still want to go Greek, but less expensive, than just try to do it yourself. Here’s a great recipe of one of our favorite Greek dishes:
Tzatziki (4-6 people)
5 cups plain yogurt
4 pressed garlic cloves
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tbsp white wine vinegar,
salt Garnish: Black olives Dill
Pour the yogurt in a paper filter a few hours, so that excess run-off.
Grate the cucumber on a coarse grater and squeeze it well, so you get out excess water.
Stir in the cucumber into the yogurt.
Mix in garlic, olive oil and vinegar.
Season with white pepper and salt.
Cover the bowl and let stand in refrigerator several hours.
Garnish with black olives and dill before serving.
Add this and your meal will be a certain success: