Shared market stall
A shared market stall is a stall that is evenly divided between two or more stallholders. It is typically divided between day and night or switches between even and odd weeks.
E.g. Rådhuspladsen, which is allocated to a traditional hotdog stand during daytime and to a food stall during the night.
Time periods will be indicated in the announcements and in your permit.
The Copenhagen hotdog stand
The Copenhagen hotdog stand is characterised by selling classical sausages with sides. But, also in this case, importance is attached to health and innovative thinking. Your business must show that you have given thought to the health of your customers and wish to give them an experience. For instance, this could be organic products, homemade dressings and freshly cut sides.
Hotdog stands must look like a ”classical Copenhagen hotdog stand” and appear in a light design, be white and preferably have windows at all three sides. Maximum measurement is 6 m2 exclusive of shades with a maximum projection of 60 cm. In case of special circumstances at the site, a smaller cart may be required. If there is a tow-bar on your hotdog stand, it must be unfolded when the stand is placed at the market stall.