Take a trip down to the deep American South without ever leaving Copenhagen. Right by ”Queen Louise’s Bridge” in Nørrebro, on the bank of Copenhagen’s lakes, you’ll find Alabama Social: Our tribute to everything Cajun, Créole and Soul Food. We interpret favorites from Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina and beyond. The Southern kitchen is a melting pot of French, African and American influences and you can enjoy your meal in a restaurant decked out in quirky knick-knacks and flea market finds. Compose a three course dinner from DKK 325 or enjoy our take away in homey surroundings.
Photo: Kim Matthai Leland
Have you noticed the light in the streets of Copenhagen right now? Is brighter than normal and that’s because of Copenhagen Light Festival which is an ongoing event until the 24th of February. The short story? To create more light in a dark month and the slightly longer story is about fantastic light installations, specific events and guided light tours in Copenhagen.
But what is the relation to Madklubben? Well we’re all over Copenhagen so that means we would happy to open our doors for you – either before or after you have been out to see the light. Some events are beginning at 16.30 while others are on until 22.
In other words: Lots of stuff – and light – is to be seen. At Nørrebro you can see the light in Blågårdsgade and visit us afterwards at FOOC CLUB, Alabama Social or Frankies Pizza Nørrebro at Sortedam Dossering.
Oh. Hans E. Madsen has made a light installation in Havnegade, where you can find our Italian restaurant Tony’s.
We hope to see you in the streets and in our restaurants.