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Trendiest restaurant in Copenhagen is situated in a rooftop farm

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rodan Click on image for larger file. ØsterGRO, whose fields are the setting of the restaurant. See the farm here.

Stedsans ØsterGro has a 600-square metre urban rooftop garden where organic produce grows right in the middle of Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Local
Nov 7, 2016

Excerpt:

“I always wanted to have a restaurant at a place that really reflected the way I cook. So when we heard about the rooftop farm – the first in Scandinavia – I told Flemming, ‘This is it. This is where I want to show my food to the world. Here in these fields, with people sitting in this greenhouse in the middle of the city.’”

So that’s exactly what they did. The couple asked the rooftop farmers if they could build a small restaurant in the greenhouse.

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1982 Article: Richard Britz Author of ‘The Edible City’ Visits Vancouver

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City Farmer Hosts Author For Lecture Series

By Elizabeth Godley
Vancouver Sun
Feb 22, 1982

Dream of ‘city farming’ explained

Richard Britz knows a lot of people think his theories are naive.

But the architect cum systems designer cum landscape philosopher from Eugene, Ore., doesn’t mind.

Britz is author of a resource manual for urban agriculturalists called The Edible City. He was in Vancouver Saturday to speak at the first of 18 weekly lectures sponsored by City Farmer.

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