Last year we visited both Copenhagen and then Aarhus, two wonderful cities in Denmark. I’ve already written about our adventures in Copenhagen’s notorious board game café, Bastards. Amazingly, we were lucky enough to visit a second board game café in Denmark: this time, I’m going to talk about the fun we had at Aarhus Brætspilscafé (vestergrade).
On our first night in Aarhus visiting friends, they surprised us with a trip to Aarhus Brætspilscafé, their local board game café. They must’ve known we’d need a gaming fix to recover from our journey!
Aarhus Brætspilscafé had a homely, intimate atmosphere that is immediately apparent as soon as you walk through the front door. It’s a home away from home for family and friends to socialise over a few games. We really felt at home whilst we visited, and even forgot we were even in a café and not sat at home.
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In December we spent a week in Denmark visiting friends who had recently moved from the UK. Having never been to Denmark before, we decided to spend a few days in the charming city of Copenhagen before joining our friends in Aarhus. We played the tourist game: taking in the cityscape from the Rundetårn; descending to the depths of the Cisternerne; and gulping plenty of festive Gløgg.
And of course, we couldn’t leave Copenhagen without spending some quality time at the notorious Bastards Café.
Bastards café has what I believe is the best ‘free to play’ board game collection I’ll ever find at a board game café. By offering not only free games, but good free games, they’re not only enticing board gamers into their café, but they’re also making the board gaming experience accessible to everyone and encouraging newcomers to the community. And for this they should be applauded!
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