First thing this morning, I went to Bo Bech Bakery to try their notorious sourdough bread. The bakery only carries this one type of bread (they close when all the loaves have sold out) and it's got the perfect combination- crispy on the outside and soft and chewy in the inside. I may or may not have bought an entire loaf and tore into it in the car for breakfast.
I guess the first thing you do to boost your ego after ravaging through a loaf of bread for breakfast is to meet up with three gorgeous ladies who make fantastic music. Giana Factory has toured with Glasvegas and two members filled in for the Raveonettes when singer Sharin took a break from tour to have a baby (Loui from Giana Factory is Sharin's younger sister).
Loui, Sofie and Lisbet took me to Sort Kaffe and Vinyl for a coffee, and then Granola for the best lunch I've had in Copenhagen so far. It started with a fresh fruit smoothie, a curry chicken salad smorrebrod (an open-face sandwich), and a dessert that I can't remember the name of, but is incredible, and a must-try if you ever visit Copenhagen. It's ice cream on top of a rhubarb jam-like concoction with toasted almonds sprinkled on top. Like the Bo Bech bread, this dessert was gone in a second.
Last stop with the girls was the Henrik Vibskov studio where we went through some pieces that will be taken on tour with them next month. Giana will be playing several shows in New York as well as in Austin for SXSW.
I'll be meeting back up with the girls on Friday for what will surely be a rather debaucherous night that will include a stop at a party taking place in an indoor pool. I'm counting down the days.