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Ruby opened its doors on the 21st June in 2007 on Nybrogade 10. We have since then become an institution in the Danish cocktail industry and has been rewarded with several international nomination and credits. At Ruby we strive to give the guests an...more
One thing to know - it says No. 10 on the outside and I don't recall seeing Ruby anywhere on the street so you may get lost if you don't know this. We went after dinner on the recommendation of our lovely concierge at The...More
Celebrating our wedding anniversary we stopped here for cocktails having read the reviews. It doesn't disappoint - lovely atmosphere, truly delicious cocktails and great staff! We are actually going to return tomorrow!
Small bar on the canal. Amazing cocktails. Staff are very nice. They make the cocktails with flair and the main barman is friendly. Quirky bar with a random cosy rustic feel, with different rooms to sit in. We enjoyed sitting by the barman watching them...More
Visited her for pre dinner drinks. Staff friendly and helpful. It gets Very busy!! we booked a table for drinks otherwise you will just hover at the bar. Table service and lovely setting. Big grandad back chairs and low level chandeliers. Reasonably priced to. 2...More
This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding
neighborhoods, are alive all year round with everything from jazz festivals to outdoor ice skating rinks and parachuting at the lakes right in the center of the city. This compact area boasts beautiful old castles, tranquil parks, and bustling squares where you can always find a bench to stretch out your legs whenever you need a break.
Response from jessica_cavallini | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for the late answer but in case it helps anyone else who might read this I would say yes. Enough ambiance and people to have a good time going solo.
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Travelling from Porto to Obidos (2 Replies)
WE are travelling from Porto to Obidos via Coimbro and want to know what station to get off,to get a taxi to Obidos. Our travel agent recommends this route or we would have to change 3 times or go to Lisbon and travel north again?????????? any help please. We are travelling around for our Ruby wedding and want it to go without a hitch,
September 09, 2008|
thank you for replying so promptly. Will make enquiries when we get to Porto phil
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There are too many to choose from (honestly). We had a lovely special meal in Sade where the views are fantastic and we were spoiled there. Then we celebrated an engagement at Coast restaurant on the Harbour and they made us feel really special, made lots of lovely memories. My Daughter and new fiancee had a meal at the Fish Terrace which they said was amazing. So sorry can't just mention 1 as we ate out every night (8 of us sometimes together sometimes seperately) and didnt have one bad...More
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One night for Ruby anniversary (2 Replies)
we had our honeymoon in Jersey and would like to spend our Ruby wedding there. Can anyone recommend a pub/accommodation or hotel for the night on the 13th June this year. We will not have a car and I can't walk miles. Any help would be gratefully received. Thanks
May 24, 2015|
If it is your ruby wedding you will want a nice hotel. There are few pubs that have accommodation and B and Bs often tend to be on a limb so you would probably need a car to get to them. You are best looking at St. Helier as there is lots to do and the buses go from the St. Helier bus station to places such as Gorey or St. Aubin and St. Brelade. I would look at the Radisson Blu as it is reasonably priced, has a terrace overlooking the marina and is a short walk to the bus station and town. It...More