Curfew is a cocktail bar in the heart of Vesterbro inspired by illegal secret bars during prohibition in the USA 1920s called “Speakeasies”. This name originated as patrons were often told to “speak easy” about these secret bars in public.
We are taking inspiration from the speakeasies of the past and creating a bar with a touch of history.
The bar has a classic feel with a classic prohibition-era dark wood interior, and exposed brick walls.
Our speakeasy features two original hand-cranked cocktail shaker machines. We serve classic cocktails and modern twists on classic cocktails.
A speakeasy for our time, Curfew offers such a warm welcome. Passionate owner and mixologist Humberto Saraiva Marques lives and breathes this cosy little bar. He has turned a run-down pub into a hip hangout, dressed in his vintage finds.
I asked a few of the regulars why they drank at Curfew, and heard a common refrain of “Humberto makes the best drinks,” “his staff are engaged,” “his bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable.”
The innovative, thoughtful drinks and sophisticated-but-relaxed setting—complete with ottomans, mirrors, vintage stools, and wood cabinets filled with old cocktail books and glassware—contribute to an overall chic effect.
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This four-month-old Vesterbro bar combines minimalist style with a classic cozy environment. If you order only one drink, let it be the “El Obsequio,” a combination of rum and mimosa syrup, served in a glass wrapped in brown paper.
One of the best cocktail bars in Copenhagen is located in the trendy Vesterbro area. Curfew is the home of the world renowned bartender Humberto Saraiva Marques. Step in and be wowed by classy interior and fabulous cocktails.