Most of the after-dark activities in town take place at one of only two hangouts. One of them, Buch's Vinstue, Nørregade 9 (tel. 74-53-09-53), is an old-fashioned Danish beer and wine house that gets very crowded with friends and acquaintances from throughout the district. They select it as a rendezvous point for ongoing discussions about politics, art, business, or just casual conversation. It opens daily at 2pm, closing at 1am. A competitor that's a bit more modern in its approach to entertainment is Huset, Nørregade 10 (tel. 74-53-43-73). Opening around 6pm, it functions as a well-used bar most nights, except on Thursdays and Fridays, when live music is presented beginning around 10pm; it closes at 2am. There's never any cover charge, and the under-40 residents of Haderslev tend to flock to the changing musical fare at this local landmark.

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