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Aamanns, A Slice of Copenhagen To Open In Tribeca

Salmon smørrebrød. Man, iPhone 4 takes some seriously mediocre photos in filtered daylight.

Next month, Adam Aamann will open a branch of his successful smørrebrød (open sandwich) cafe at 13 Laight Street in NYC’s Tribeca. I ate at the Copenhagen branch last week and Mr. Aamann was there being interviewed by a reporter from the Boston Globe and I may have eavesdropped a little. He seemed quite excited about his new venture. It’s pretty exciting stuff for sandwich lovers in NYC, who can now enjoy the Danish version of the sandwich, which has half the carbs of the American medium. What I can’t understand is how buttered bread open faced sandwiches, in all their glory, hadn’t yet been adopted by my great homeland. Better late than never I suppose.

2017-02-17T15:25:57+00:00 September 9th, 2011|Categories: Gastronomic Traditions, New York City, Restaurants|2 Comments


  1. Jenny September 9, 2011 at 12:02 pm - Reply

    We ate at the Aamans Establishment last month when we were visiting Copenhagen. I don’t know which was better, how good the smørrebrød tasted or how beautifully it was presented!

  2. Caviar Girl September 9, 2011 at 4:17 pm - Reply

    Oh so jealous! They should have one in London also!
    Went to Aamans a couple of months ago, and have to say the smorrebrod was amazing! i wrote a review about it: http://tiny.cc/5f6g5 (my pictures with the iphone 4 turned out amazing!) 🙂
    the presentation and the taste were just perfect!

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