Bastard Café / København

Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 12:00 - 00:00
Fri, Sat 12:00 - 02:00
Description

Bastard Café is about having a coffee, a beer or just a break, while enjoying great game experiences with friends and friendly strangers. We’ve got new games, old games, dice games, card games, party games, strategic games and quite a few games with sheep in them. They all have just two things in common: They’re far from digital…and quite possibly just the thing you’ve been waiting for to take your mind of your humdrum adult life. 'BUT I DON’T KNOW THE RULES FOR ALL THE GAMES I WANT TO TRY' Fear not! You can pop by any day and learn new games, but expecially on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays there will be friendly volunteer game gurus around to help you get started. And if there are no game gurus in sight, ask the bartender if he or she can help you. Often some of the other guests will also step in with some rules help (yes…we have absolutely 100 procent wonderfully helpful guests). So you don’t need to know any rules at all. All you need is an appetite for fun and games. 'WHAT DOES IT COST'? It’s always free to pop by the café and hang out and drink coffee, beer og just to chill. There will also be lots of great games you can play for free. But if you want to gain access to ALL our 2100 games, we’ll ask you to support the Bastard Café by acquiring either a membership for the café for DKK 150,- or pay a one-person-one-day fee DKK 25,- The membership is valid for both you personally AND a guest and gives you a whole year of unlimited gaming. Kids under 12 years of age plays for free if accompanied by an adult. COFFEE IS OUR THING, BUT NOT THE ONLY THING WE DO We love our COFFEE. A lot. And we hope you will too. We roast our own coffeebeans and are at the moment building an espressomachine from scratch. So we put a lot of work and love into making you a good cup of black. Expect high quality coffee served with soul. If you’re more into TEA, don’t despair. We’ve got you covered. One of our partners is Østerlandsk Tehus from where we get all our teas. This means that we normally spot around 20 different blends. The BEERS we don’t make ourselves though. But they are still cold, refreshing and plentyful. And if you’re feeling peckish, try our BAR FOOD. Some prefer the nachos, others are more into triple-decker-double-cheese-double-meat toast (aka “The Big Bastard Toast of Doom”) or our vinegar fries. NO NEED TO RESERVE A TABLE We only take a very limited number of table reservations for private parties (at a premium), since we want to keep as large a part of our 300 square meters of gaming space as accessible to all, as possible. Instead we’re running on a first-come, first-seated basis regarding tablespace. Most days this won’t pose a problem for you, since we do have a lot of space, but expect Fridays (from around 17.00) and Saturdays (from around 15.00) to be very busy. At these days there can be some waiting time for a free table, but fear not – we usually manage to fit people in. Also, if you ask in the bar, the friendly staff can sometimes help put up some more tables. If you are a larger group (10+ people) and are planning to visit us in the weekends, we recommend that you come early. DOWNSTAIRS Bastard Café Downstairs is our satellite bar, located in the basement of the house towards Rådhusstræde. Bastard Café Downstairs is open Wednesday through Sunday during peak hours.

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EMILIAN DOBREV en
!!!!!!! What surprised me most about this place is that the fries are UNFORGETTABLE, certainly on the pricy side but hey you gotta make the margins somehow. Always packed and with good reason. SO cozy, just a lovely place to gather for some beers and board game hygge. Well designed, buzzing and bustling, a place to have many great memories. ENJOY!!! GooglePlace - January 2018
Sebastian Judd-Mole en
So much fun. Quite a big area with cheap drinks. Some games are free to use and others have a small fee. Great vibe, highly recommended. GooglePlace - January 2018
Ralph Castellanos en
This place is so cool. They have two separate sites separated by a patio, but it's the same location. Some games are free, some cost money. The drinks are fairly prices and the nachos are good. Get there EARLY for a table, it gets packed and does not die down until they close. GooglePlace - January 2018
David Magrane en
Always packed, make sure you show up early if you're in a big group! The atmosphere is always upbeat here. Food choices are pretty much limited to fries so eat before you come. There is beer and it's typical Danish prices, but this really isn't a place you go to get drunk anyway. If you are a couple or small group then it is usually pretty simple to ask if you can share a table with someone. It's usually also ok to ask others to join them in a game. They also have workers that are on duty to help people learn games which is a pretty cool idea :) go here if you enjoy games with friends. They have thousands of games, most you have to pay for membership, but they have a good selection of free haves as well. GooglePlace - December 2017
Cristina Niculescu en
It's alright. Sometimes very crowded, a bit too much to actually play any games. And some of the games have missing pieces. I guess that's more a review of the clientele than the place. I like and it's cozy, but a gamble to find a place or a game sometimes :) GooglePlace - December 2017