Dexter's Bar to host Jamaican Independence Day blowout in …


This Friday, on August 7 at Dexter’s Bar – discovered at Åboulevard 9AB, simply off the Lakes where Nørrebro borders Frederiksberg – that you would be able to sip down an authentic Jamaican rum cocktail quicker than the Union Jack was once diminished all throughout the island nation of Jamaica 58 years ago. 

That’s because Dexter’s Bar is celebrating the anniversary of Jamaican independence from Britain on 6 August 1962 – the country’s day of independence. 

About Dexter's

Dexter's Bar to host Jamaican Independence Day blowout in …

About Jamaican
Jamaican may check with:

something or anyone of, from, or associated to the u . s . of Jamaica
Jamaicans, individuals from Jamaica
Jamaican English, a variety of English spoken in Jamaica
Jamaican Patois, an English-based totally creole language
tradition of Jamaica
Jamaican cuisine

An unbiased streak
Dexter’s Bar, identified for its healthy stock of a hundred and twenty-plus rums, Afro-Caribbean impressed cocktails and fare, and sizzling off receiving its Google award for ‘perfect-rated bar in Copenhagen’, might be serving up Jamaican meals, uniqueness cocktails and a little bit of history at their Jamaican Independence birthday celebration.

The event will have free admission and can run from 5 pm except earlier middle of the night. it will function a speaker at 7 pm who shall be sharing tales about Jamaica’s rich historical past. 

Dexter's Bar to host Jamaican Independence Day blowout in …

On the food entrance, friends can pride within the ‘Jamaican Jerk field’ (a hundred thirty five kroner) on supply, so as to embody Jamaican Jerk chicken and ital stew, accompanied with rice and peas, or which you can order both their hen or vegetarian ‘Jamaican Patties’ for forty five kroner apiece.

The bar’s namesake bartender, Dexter, says he’s going to also be concocting strong point drinks just for the celebration. “We’re going to have some special drinks. one thing like a drink called a ‘metal-bottom’: with red Stripe beer and a powerful 63 percent rum combined collectively,” he promised.

“Black, inexperienced, and Gold
Dexter, who hails from Jamaica and has been working as a bartender for 30 years in the Caribbean and Denmark, explains that he needs to carry the identical feel of merriment and independence to Copenhagen: “Independence day is very giant in Jamaica. a lot of people rejoice and have plenty of events in every single place the island.”

“simply to be independent, you understand what it’s about. It looks like freedom, doesn’t it?” no matter spirit of independence – or spirit at the back of the barkeep you’re after – Dexter’s will you should definitely have it in abundance this Friday.

What a Jerk! – box (Instagram: dexterscph)