There's a food revolution sweeping Aarhus, with new restaurants, cafes, microbreweries and provedores springing up regularly and giving diners plenty to hunger over. Options swing from farmers markets to fancy-pants dining; two food halls feed grazers and hipsters while gourmands can choose from a handful of Michelin-starred restaurants.


Supermarkets generally open from 8am, closing between 8pm and 10pm. Bakeries inside supermarkets open from 7am.

Where to Eat

There are great dining and drinking opportunities scattered all over Aarhus' compact city centre. Away from the same-same feeling you may get along Åboulevarden, the Latin Quarter is good for international cuisine and pretty bistro-style cafes.

The cool Frederiksbjerg neighbourhood, south of the train station, is centred on MP Bruuns Gade and Jægergårdsgade and is another fertile hunting ground for good eats.