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The most popular dance club in town, with the most appealing clients, is Crazy Daisy, Frederiksgade 6 (tel. 62-21-67-60). Outfitted with bright lights and loud music deriving from Los Angeles, New York, and London, it spreads its clients -- mostly people ages 20 to 35 -- over two floors that have easy access to three separate bars. Upstairs is disco music from the 1980s; downstairs, the dance music is newer, more cutting edge, and more experimental. It's open only on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays 10pm till dawn. Cover is DKK50 ($8.50/£5). Attracting a diverse age group, the town's best pub, Børsen, Gerritsgata 31 (tel. 62-22-41-41), is also the largest. The tavern itself dates from 1620. We like its old-style atmosphere, but as the night ages, the patrons grow younger and rowdier. And during the warm-weather months, the outdoor decks of the ship Orangi, Jessens Mole (tel. 62-22-82-92), is a late-night venue for drinks and live jazz, but only May to September, daily from 9pm to around 1am.

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