Eiffel Bar doesn’t put its cards on the table right away. It could easily be the hippest bar in town, but also just a hangout for local drunks. The beer is cheap, the place cosy, the music occasionally weird, and so it happens that both target groups (students and old regulars) show up frequently and create an always interesting melting pot in this small Christianshavn bar. Its history dates back until 1736 (not as Eiffel Bar, though), when the tavern – located close to the harbour back then – attracted predominantly sailormen and whores. Some 50 years ago, when port activities had decreased around this area, it became Eiffel Bar, with stylized Eiffel towers and other french ornamentation, mirrored walls and an old jukebox, all of which still creates the special, worn-out charm of it. Take a stroll along the small, beautiful canals and streets in Christianshavn and you will inevitably get past Eiffel Bar. Sit down for a drink and enjoy the atmosphere!