Cities are like an alive mass that changes but usually we do not notice that. It is worth having walks in your favorite places to see what had changed and what is still there. This is especially true for developing countries, but maybe also for Copenhagen?
I was trying to find one of another yet libraries, this time in Christianhavn. I am there quite often but usually take the same, boring way to get to my destinations. And here I had found a yet another *magical* hidden corner. First of all it is a very old part- you feel like you are in different times. Second of all it is a corner of nice-looking cafes and bars with a not-so-hip clientele ( in comparison to Norrebro, Elmegade, lets say)
Places to still discover:
*CAFE WILDER (http://www.cafewilder.dk/)
*Eiffel Bar (http://www.eiffelbar.dk/)
some Sandwich shops and Italian restaurants. You can combine it with a visit to Danish Architecture Center which is just neer-by!