Eat & Drink


If there’s one Swedish word to learn, it’s fika. This is the name for the Swedish tra­di­tion of cof­fee and cake which is al­most re­li­giously ad­hered to ev­ery af­ter­noon.

Stock­holm has hun­dreds of cafés, but Chok­lad­kop­pen in the Old Town is a per­sonal favourite thanks to the LGBT+ staff and the tasty treats. For one of Stock­holm’s best cof­fees, Jo­han & Nys­tröm has a roomy café off of Mari­a­tor­get square with a great col­lec­tion of teas and cof­fees.

Af­ter shop­ping in and around Ny­tor­get Square, it’s worth vis­it­ing the Ur­ban Deli - a restau­rant, bar and small or­ganic gro­cery store. Get the meat­balls, of course. Not much fur­ther away, the restau­rant Marie Laveau in Mari­a­tor­get square serves a Ca­jun/cre­ole menu in a trendy set­ting along­side craft beers and per­fectly mixed cock­tails.

Lo­cated in a for­mer cin­ema, Ho­tel Ri­val’s bistro serves brunch ev­ery Sun­day un­der­neath iconic movie stills and celebrity pho­to­graphs—the set­ting is as rich as the brunch!

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