Dining Week was created in 2011 as a way to give a boost the restaurants in Copenhagen during “Week 7″– the Danish winter holidays, traditionally a quiet time for restaurants.
Fast forward 10 years and Dining Week has proved successful in doing just that, not only in the capital but all across the country, where more than 200 restaurants in 50 cities now participate.
The concept is simple – all restaurants offer a set 3-course menu all-day for 215 DKK, which inspires Danes to try new restaurants and new dishes.
With more than 100,000 diners making use of this offer, it’s now the biggest restaurant festival in the North, and “Week 7” has become one of the busiest periods for restaurants in Denmark.
Now reaching its 10th anniversary, Dining Week makes it affordable for food lovers to eat at restaurants that may be otherwise beyond their budget, from the capital to the West Coast and across several islands.