storms pakhus


Storms pakhus


Come along and discover Storms Pakhus and experience how the hundred-year-old warehouse has been turned into the largest street food mecca in Odense, with an abundance of food stalls, exciting bars and creative professions.

At Storms Pakhus we have gathered the most passionate entrepreneurs from Funen. You can take a trip through the old warehouse and discover the various food stalls and have a look at the creative area, where you can find creative inspiration. Throughout the year, we also host indoors and outdoors events. You can read more about our current events here.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Supporting and developing entrepreneurs from Funen

Our vision is to promote Funen’s identity and our local heroes, who follow their ambitions as street food entrepreneurs or creative artisans. As a facilitator for new restaurateurs and creative developers, we work to promote entrepreneurship and in the long term be a stepping stone for these entrepreneurs to develop and expand their business.


An informal gathering point on Funen

With our informal and urban setting, our quality street food and carefully selected beverages, we strive to be the preferred gathering point for locals, tourists and visitors meeting from across the country or traveling through Funen.

Storms Pakhus want to permeate the cultural life in Odense with daily events in collaboration with our guests as well as passionate entrepreneurs connected to culture and the surrounding community, where everyone is invited to play, learn and have fun.


The warehouse was built around 1942 and was first used to store timber for many years. Later the warehouse was acquired by Eric Storm, whom the warehouse has been named after. The warehouse was then used to store packaging until 12 years ago. For a few years, the warehouse was empty. But in September 2017 Storms Pakhus opened as a street food market. When opening the street food market, the goal was to maintain the warehouse’s soul and history, by preserving old bricks and timber and recycling materials to build the bars. Today the building is again buzzing with life – with street food and events in the warehouse’s authentic halls.