Rub & Stub Now Part of the Danish Refugee Council

On January 1, the Danish Refugee Council took over running Spisehuset Rub & Stub, the only initiative of its kind against food waste in Denmark. As a result, the volunteers running the eatery have the economic breathing space needed to continue developing the popular concept and serving meals made from surplus food in Huset-KBH. The Danish … [Læs mere]

Celebrating our 1 year birthday

About a year ago a handful of young, optimistic students decided that Friday 13 of September 2013 would be a great date for starting up a brand new, nontested non profit concept… …now we are more than a hundred volunteers, still growing and going strong! Spisehuset Rub & Stub is now one year old and … [Læs mere]

Opening again on Tuesday, August 12th

We look very much forward to open the restaurant again after the holidays! But please note, that we still have to wait for some of our lovely volunteers to get back home from their summer holidays, traveling the world around, before we can cook and serve properly for you. That’s just how the cookie crumbles, working … [Læs mere]

Supper Club Jazz Bar Friday July 11th

Time for yet another Friday bar for a good cause with live jazz, beer and delicious food – this time an extra jazzy version during Copenhagen Jazz Festival where a whole lotta concerts take place at HUSET-KBH as one of the main venues! Hopefully our tiny contribution will take place outdoors in the cozy courtyard behind … [Læs mere]

Being a volunteer in the Rub & Stub Farmer Team

Do you like having green plants and vital soil in your hands, while breathing fresh air outside? Do you wish to spend time in a creative garden, and explore how plants can grow in Inner City in a narrow backyard? In this team we create a useful kitchen garden, while making a joyful green spot … [Læs mere]

Closed until 21st of April

Our volunteer and staff have been working hard and long hours. They deserve a good easter holiday. Therefore we are closed until the 22nd of April. We look forward to welcoming you on the other side of Easter.