Yes, beyond graffiti, Nuuk boasts some architectural gems and art exhibits that satisfy my cultural appetite (which, admittedly, has about a 15-minute attention span.) Most notable of these are found at the Katuaq Cultural Center. Katuaq is a beautiful building--slightly reminiscent, in my opinion, of University of Alaska's Museum of the North. Seems that high latitudes, northern lights, and wide open landscapes have inspired more than one architect in similar ways.
Saturdays and Sundays, the cafe offers a brunch (seen below) that Ken and I have so far resisted. Instead, we like to split a 35 DKK (7 USD) cafe au lait and watch other people eat brunch, then go home to eat some off-brand muesli. One day, one day, we may partake.