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Our Stockholm

Stockholm is pretty awesome during the summer. You should come and visit. To convince you, we have created this very personal guide to our favorite places in the city. You’ll find some good breakfast cafes, restaurants, health food stores and other gems. It is not a full Stockholm guide. Instead we have focused on the part of the city where we live – Södermalm. It is the most charming area filled with small cafes, independent shops and vintage stores.

If you want to stay up to date with new places that we visit, follow us on instagram. Luise: luisegreenkitchenstories. David: gkstories.

Hope you enjoy Stockholm!

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Coffee, Breakfast & Brunch

Drop coffee. Wollmar Yxkullsgatan 10. Great drip coffee and homemade fresh ginger root tea.

Kaffe. Sankt Paulsgatan 17. Delicious coffee and outstanding orange juice. Cash only.

Pom & Flora. Bondegatan 64. A sweet little french-inspired cafe just next to the park Vitabergsparken. Go there for breakfast. We love the carrot juice, the cheese and the pickled fennel.

Espressino
. Götgatan 11. We pass this coffee bar when leaving Elsa for pre-school. David often stops by for a quick cappuccino and a croissant and pretends that he is back in italy.

Lima Deli
. Åsögatan 112. Small hole-in-the-wall-cafe with a great veggie salad and very nice staff too.

Louie Louie.
 Bondegatan 13. Rockabilly inspired café and record shop. We love their avocado/hummus sandwich and soy chai latte.

Gildas Rum.
 Skånegatan 79. Cozy café with gold wall paper and fake flowers in the ceiling. Really delicious and large vegetarian salads.

Mosebacke shoe-box café. Svartensgatan. Old-town feeling, sun and trees and close to Mosebacke with a great view over Stockholm. We spent many days here when writing the texts to our book.

Axel Landquists park, shoe-box café and sun chairs. Tjärhovsgatan. Just around the corner from hectic Nytorget. Nice place for a coffee and a book.

Fabrique.
 Götgatan 24. Best stone oven bakery on Södermalm, try their dark rye bread or a sourdough cardamom bun.

 

Shopping

GrandpaFridhemsgatan 43. Nice and personal selection of clothes. Lots of Swedish brands.

Nitty Gritty. Krukmakargatan 24 (women) and 26 (men) Cool clothing store and hair dresser. A tad expensive.

Dusty Deco. Kocksgatan 23. Wonderful (but pretty expensive) vintage furniture store. They have so many nice chairs, tables and side boards. Fun to see even if you can’t bring a table home with you.

Brandstationen - Herr Judit. Krukmakargatan 22Another nice vintage store. Everything from furniture to sunglasses and fresh basil.

Herr JudithHornsgatan 6. Cool vintage clothes.

Swedish Hashbeens. Tjärhovsgatan 21. Luise’s favorite shoes, she has 3 pairs already and is looking at a new pair for this summer… Check out their summer shop.

Sneakers n Stuff. Åsögatan 124. Coolest sneakers store in town. Has a fantastic selection of different brands, models and colors.

 

Markets

Bondens egen marknad. 
Bondegatan. Organic farmer’s market on Saturdays from May to October and in December. Remember to try the grilled corn stand.

 

Museum

Fotografiska. Stadsgårdshamnen 22. Beautiful museum of photography. Go on a weekend morning and try their amazing brunch or check out their calendar for events and outdoor concerts.

 

Health food stores

8t8.
 Swedenborgsgatan 1. Amazing organic noodle lunch bar and health food shop. They also sell raw breakfast and raw desserts.

Saltå Kvarns Butik. Renstiernas gata 27. A colorful must see. Organic food store and café with Saltå Kvarns own products. Everything from flours to dried beans. Elsa love their bottled grape fruit juice and müsli. Beautiful labels.

Goodstore.
 Skånegatan 92. Luise’s favorite vegan food shop. It’s like a mini supermarket for vegetarians. They have a wide arrange of products and the staff is always so nice.

Gryningen
. Folkungagatan 68. Large health food store. Organic & biodynamic products and dietary supplement. They even sell raw food lunch boxes and special kitchen equipment.

Matbutiken Cajsa Warg.
 Renstiernas gata 20 or St:Eriksplan (Vasastan). Large whole food supermarket. In both stores they have a delicious lunch take away buffet.

Urban deli – Nytorget. Nytorget 4. Delicious whole food supermarket with a small smoothie bar, buy a smoothie and go to the park, Nytorget, and sit in the sun or visit the playground.

Re-Orient. 
Nytorgsgatan 25. Lovely ethnic deli food shop. Cheap. Try their meze take-away box. David and Elsa also loves their Börek!

 

Juicebars

Kallpressen. Svartensgatan 10. The first(!) cold-pressed juice bar in Scandinavia just opened last summer. A tiny store with a lot of love for juice! Choose between Super-Sport, Chlorophyll, Sweet-Carrot juices & wheatgrass shots. Just around the corner from Mosebacke park.

Juiceverket. 
Långholmsgatan 19 (+ a few others across the city). Stockholm’s coolest juice bars. Loud music and real bartenders makes you feel like your drinking a fancy cocktail during the day. Juices, sumos and shots are on the menu. They also serve a tasty veggie sandwich.

Squeezed Up
. Långholmsgatan 21, in Hornstull’s subway station (under ground). Juice, smoothie and salad bar. One of the few places in Stockholm that serve açai berry smoothies. They also have pretty tasty wraps.

 

Bars

Pet sounds bar. Cool bar with great cocktails. We had our first drink in Stockholm here, so it’s kind of special to us.

Mosebacke & Södra Teatern. Mosebacketorg 1. They often have nice concerts here. During the summer their outdoor bar is a really nice place to spend an afternoon. Amazing view (see the top image).

Babylon. Björns Trädgårdsgränd 4. Small bar right off Medborgarplatsen with a nice ambiance.

 

Dinners

Indian GardenHeleneborgsgatan 15. We are crazy about Indian food. This is one of the best in Stockholm. Try their Vegetarian Balti.

Shanti. Katarinabangatan 58. Another great Indian restaurant.

Noodlehouse.
 Götgatan 62. Best Vietnamese restaurant, go for the red curry tofu stew or the Saigon lac xa soup. Make sure to book a table.

Falafelbaren. Hornsgatan 39. Best falafel place in town. Make sure to try their combo salad with a mix of spreads, falafels, börek and pickled vegetables.

Steam
. Krukmakargatan 19. Great vegetarian and non-vegetarian dumplings, soups, black rice and upside-down salads.

Akki Sushi.Folkungagatan 45. A tiny whole-in-the-wall sushi place with cool tattooed sushi chefs, hip hop music and beautiful vegetarian sushi. They have no sign outside, but people find it anyway. Best for take away.

Chutney. Katarina Bangata 19. Vegetarian place that serves a couple of different stews and veggie patties. Very price worthy and you get free refill if you are hungry.

Hermans. Fjällgatan 23b. Vegetarian restaurant with the best view in Stockholm. During summer weekends they have bbq, which is much better than their buffet. The buffet is more expensive at weekends so try to go on weekday.

Beijing8. Kocksgatan 52. Dumpling and tea restaurant chain for fast slow food. Delicious dumplings and a lot of side dishes to choose from. Our favorites are marinated steamed broccoli and kimchi.

Matapoteket. Bondegatan 6. A small raw food restaurant with raw tapas, pizza, smoothies and raw desserts.
Outside Södermalm
Of course there are a few places outside Södermalm that we love too:

Hötorgshallen.

 Hötorget. Lovely underground food market with specialties from all over the world, mostly middle eastern food. This is where we buy nuts, bean and dried fruit. Buy many different small dishes and go upstairs and sit on the square and listen to the atmosphere while you enjoy lunch. During Sundays they also have a big flea market.

Rosendals trädgård.
 Djurgården, Bellmansro + 5 minutes walk to the garden. You must visit this garden if your are in Stockholm during the summer. Pick your own flowers. Eat picnic under the apple trees. A while back we wrote a post about Rosendal here.

Blueberry Lifestyle.
 NK Regeringsgatan 40 or PUB Hötorget Drottninggatan 63 (there are 3 more stores in Stockholm). Known for their Wrap-kit, Soup-kit, Sandwich-kit and their exceptionally good & healthy smoothie bar. They also sell super foods, dietary supplements and their own product line Blueberry.

Eco-baren – Centralbadet. Drottningegatan 88. One of Stockholm’s few cafés/restaurants with a whole raw food menu. It is placed in Centralbadet, an old historic spa and gym in the heart of Stockholm, but is open for only-eating guest as well. Go on a sunny day and sit in the garden.

Snickarbacken 7. Snickarbacken 7. Combined store and cafe with tasty soups, sourdough sandwiches and smoothies.

HermitageStora Nygatan 11, Old town. Good vegetarian and vegan restaurant with some dairy and gluten free alternatives.

Saturnus
Eriksbergsgatan 6. Luxury french café. French quality coffee and Stockholm’s largest cinnamon buns. They also serve a very delicious and traditionally brunch. Try their sister Café Ecoïste in Mood Gallerian (city) which also has an outdoor terrace.

Vasaparken. Dalagatan 11. One of the best playgrounds and parks in Stockholm. So much fun stuff for kids and families to do.

 

Stay

Af Chapman Boat Hostel. Flaggmansvägen 8. This large ship was built 1888 and is now a working hostel in the middle of Stockholm. Newly renovated and not too expensive.

Airbnb. Rent a room or an apartment from private people. It is cheaper and a lot more cozier than living in a hotel.

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65 Comments

  1. Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 18:49 | #

    Jag måste tipsa om bästa juicestället!!! http://kallpressen.se nyöppnat!

  2. Laura Cooper
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 19:12 | #

    I’m so sad, I went to Stockholm about four weeks ago! I may have to plan another trip now :)

  3. Malene Steffensen
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 19:28 | #

    Looks nice, I’m going to Göteborg in a month and would love it, if you guys have a list of things to do and see there. And also, can your book be bought in Sweden?

    • Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 19:40 | #

      Hi Malene! Sorry, we don’t have a Göteborg list. Here are two swedish book sites you can order it from:
      http://www.bokus.com/bok/9781742705583/the-green-kitchen/
      http://www.adlibris.com/se/product.aspx?isbn=1742705588

      Best
      Luise

    • Posted 22 Jun ’13 at 08:32 | #

      Hi, there are nice things to se in Gothenburg, a few tips for you to look up;-)

      Artilleriet www. artilleriet.se Magasinsgatan 19
      Granpa Vallgatan 3
      Floramor & Krukatös (www.floramorochkrukatos.se)
      Da Matteo Magasinsgatan /Vallgatan
      Rosteriet/Da Matteo

      Market 29 http://www.market29.se (Haga old town)

      Have a nice stay in Gothenburg, but dont forget to see the seaside (åstol, skärhamn with akvarellmuseet, långedrags värdshus…):)
      Camilla/Stilitiden

    • Posted 23 Jul ’14 at 09:51 | #

      Some other great places in Gothenburg:

      Leverk – ceramics, near Domkyrka (also nice to see)
      Röhsska Museet – design museum
      Paddan – great boat tour!
      Cafe Husaren – Biggest kanelbullar (cinnamon buns) you’ll ever eat! located in Haga, which is the old town area. Great shopping and quaint streets
      Ombra – Italian restaurant – authentic – best pizza! Near Linnegatan Plantagegatan 11
      World Culture Museum – great museum!
      Universium
      Liseberg – Amusement park!

  4. Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 20:01 | #

    Nice!! :) I’m going to Denmark, (south) Sweden and (south) Norway this summer. And Stockholm is also in the planning. Thanks for the tips!

  5. Bell
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 20:21 | #

    ugh i am dying to come to Sweden!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its my life dream to live there! but seeing that i’m 13 years old i will have to wait a while…i will go to collage their!!!!!!

  6. Emma
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 20:32 | #

    Ah I love this city! I’ve visited last summer and it was the best citytrip I ever made, everything was just so wonderful: the buildings, the water, the stores, the food (omg delicious!) en the vibe in general.. Really, I would love to move to Sweden when I finish university.. or at least visit Stockholm another million times.. I will for shure take this tips with me, thank you!

  7. Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 20:37 | #

    Fantastisk guide og anbefalinger – tak for den :-)

  8. Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 20:51 | #

    Now I really want to come and visit! It’s so green and colourful. Thank you for this peek into your neighbourhood.

  9. Marte Marie
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 21:06 | #

    Å overbevise – det klarte dere. Jeg vil til Stockholm!

  10. Claudia Hurtado
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 21:13 | #

    It’s funny that you write about visiting Stockholm. Last year I found a ticket to fly out there for only $780.00, which is unheard of. However, I was still unsure if I would have enough vacation days accumulated to really explore as much as Sweden as possible. So I didn’t buy the ticket and now I have been trying to purchase a ticket, but every single price is so outrages, that I don’t think I will be able to visit this beautiful country, at least not this year. I am bummed out about it and reading this great post really bums me out, because it looks so amazing. 

  11. Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 21:14 | #

    My man and I had that exact avocado/hummus sandwich at Louie Louie last year when we visited…I can’t wait to come back and try all the other tasty picks on your list! We both agreed that Sodermalm was our favorite neighborhood. (:

  12. Lara
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 21:22 | #

    WOW, thank you such a lot for sharing all those amazing places! I am really, really looking forward to be in ‘your town’ this summer, especcially while reading this… Great. Thank you, again. Many many thanks!

  13. Tessa
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 22:25 | #

    I had some delicious vegan pie at Hermitage in Gamla Stan when I visited Stockholm.

  14. Kasia
    Posted 11 Jun ’13 at 23:04 | #

    Oh wow, how amazingly bizarre ?…
    I just asked my colleague today what is the best place to visit I Sweden for short break and which airline to fly with?
    So a part for that I’m huge fun of your food website, tis post will be printed and use as a guide as we’re coming Sweden!!!!
    So… Stockholm or Gothenburg?
    Sending love from Jersey :-)

  15. Carolyn
    Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 00:16 | #

    Vilken bra timing!! Jag (från Vancouver) och min man (Stockholmare) åker hem på besök om några veckor. Tack för att du visade mitt andra hem!

    Förresten, har du några förslag på fina bagerier? Jag kommer ihåg en i Östermalm med en sån fantastisk mandelkrans. Still dream about it! Dit ska jag, om jag hittar den igen!!

  16. leonie kenny
    Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 00:17 | #

    Divine! thank you for sharing.. I’m utterly tempted. Stockholm in Summer is now high on my travel agenda for my trip in a few years time.
    Be well!!

  17. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 01:05 | #

    Lovely photography as usual and would love to go. I think Pom & Flora would be my pick this morning. Thanks for taking me there – even if it a virtual visit.

  18. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 01:10 | #

    I’ve been thinking about a trip this summer and Stockholm is one of the chief contenders. You may have just decided for me with this beautiful list! Thank you!

  19. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 01:16 | #

    Stockholm looks amazing! I’ve been to Malmo but would love to visit Stockholm, the aesthetic is so beautiful :) I love the guide. I tend to put guides together for myself when I travel so I can check out the local food scene. Thanks for doing the work!

    ~Michelle

  20. carrie
    Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 04:01 | #

    I’m always thrilled when the next post comes into my mailbox from you! I love the recipes and the photography! I am heading to Sweden this summer to visit family in Gothenburg and southern Sweden so your latest posts on both are perfect! Unfortunately we decided not to go to Stockholm given time restraint but now I’m regretting that decision seeing your personal guide. Oh well, we’ll just have to go back. Thanks for sharing your top spots! I have two boys 6 and 7 so if there are any special places you’d recommend for them in Southern Sweden, I’d love your thoughts. Taking them to Legoland in Denmark before Sweden as a surprise which will be a big hit I think.

  21. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 05:48 | #

    Now I wish to visit Stockholm! Such a beautiful place and you always captured it more beautifully.

  22. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 09:14 | #

    Jag har inte varit där själv men Sattva EKO Café (Flemminggatan 11) lär vara väldigt bra!
    Dom har glutenfritt, sockerfritt, vegetariskt, vegan & laktosfritt, både fika, frukost och lunch + säljer mjöl och bröd.
    Sen är surdegsbageriet Lydecker & boussard i tallkrogen fantastiskt!

  23. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 11:45 | #

    Just went through Stockholm on monday returning from Katrineholm to back Helsinki. Very beautiful pics you have and sure those tips too sounds tempting! Thanks for sharing. Have to bookmark this post that I will have these when I come back to Stockholm.

  24. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 13:35 | #

    Hope to visit Stockholm again this summer.
    These tips are a big help, thanks for sharing!

  25. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 15:25 | #

    Beautiful photography! It might be time to start planning a trip to Stockholm. :)

  26. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 15:43 | #

    This makes me want to go to Stockholm! It looks beautiful and those places sound so enticing. I’ve even just hopped on to another website to check out the cost of living over there, I’m that tempted!

  27. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 16:57 | #

    I am so happy to see this post!! I will be in Stockholm in late September a few days before the Berlin marathon – and now I have sources for a noodle bar, healthy restaurants and juice bars! hooray!
    -Sara from Chicago, IL USA

  28. Posted 12 Jun ’13 at 21:53 | #

    Love the pictures! Looks like you had a wonderful trip

  29. ce.leb
    Posted 13 Jun ’13 at 00:22 | #

    Thank YOU!
    we always talk about visiting stockholm soon, and everytime i thought that i might have to ask you, if you have tips and treasures.
    as the last swedish-class is 8 years ago, i think i have to look for my dictionary… ;)
    tack så mycket,
    ce.leb från berlin

  30. Posted 13 Jun ’13 at 07:29 | #

    These photos are so rich and beautiful. Thank you for sharing your travel wisdom! I hope to get there someday.

  31. Posted 13 Jun ’13 at 11:42 | #

    I have visited Stockholm in 2008 and loved the city. But as a follower of your blog and an absolute admirer of your recipes and lifestyle, after reading this post, I want to come back as soon as possible!!! :) Sending you all greetings and best wishes from Croatia, Iva

  32. Posted 13 Jun ’13 at 19:16 | #

    Those pictures are amazing, and Swedish cuisine is delicious!

  33. Posted 14 Jun ’13 at 01:23 | #

    I love this! I am so sad we didn’t make it on our trip this past Spring. Especially with a list like this! Oh man. Someday.

  34. Posted 14 Jun ’13 at 09:24 | #

    Wonderful atmoshperes in the photos – it’s most inspiring, I would love to travel there right on the spot.

  35. Posted 14 Jun ’13 at 11:39 | #

    Love, love, love Stockholm in the summer. Looks like you had a great time, pics look amazing :)

  36. Posted 14 Jun ’13 at 12:24 | #

    Wow, never knew it would be this beautiful! Definitely worth a visit someday!

  37. Joyce
    Posted 14 Jun ’13 at 18:32 | #

    Thanks for sharing this! Amazing! Already looking forward to discover more gems in this beautiful city. I’m from Amsterdam but currently living in Stockholm and like you said Stockholm is pretty amazing in the summer :) I’m very interested in buying your cookbook. Can you tell me if I can buy it in a book store here in Stockholm? And if so which store(s)? Have a great weekend!

  38. Posted 15 Jun ’13 at 19:18 | #

    Thank you for this post! I love Stockholm! I lived two years in Sweden and it will always be in my heart.

  39. Bianca
    Posted 15 Jun ’13 at 23:40 | #

    Thank you for this wonderful list! I can’t wait to visit one day, you have captured the beauty of Stockholm perfectly.

  40. Posted 16 Jun ’13 at 02:26 | #

    Would love to visit Stockholm!!!!

  41. Posted 17 Jun ’13 at 16:35 | #

    This post literally helped me make the decision to go to Sweden in no less than 4 weeks! It popped up on my facebook feed and I had been debating…then the pics of Stockholm and the food delights you shared won me over! So thank you! Yoga, good food and scenery here I come! ;)

  42. Shalene
    Posted 18 Jun ’13 at 05:14 | #

    What a lovely guide! I’ve been longing to come to Sweden for a long time. My mother’s family hails from there, and in fact, my first name is an “English-ized” version of her Swedish maiden name: Kjellin.

  43. C
    Posted 21 Jun ’13 at 05:59 | #

    I love this :). Makes me want to visit Sweden/Europe all the more so. Europe speaks to me so. Thank you for sharing. You guys are awesome and your family is inspiring.

  44. Posted 22 Jun ’13 at 14:48 | #

    Thank you for this! Perfect timing too! I just arrived in Stockholm today!

  45. Giulia
    Posted 23 Jun ’13 at 22:31 | #

    Here some more of our Stockholm..

    Lilla Bagis;Bagarmossen, outside the metro station and close to the wood,organic bakery and coffee. my favorite carrot cake ever.
    Manos,Renstiernas gata 22;http://www.manos.se/ amazing butik in Sodermalm,ceramic made by the sweet Karin,swedish product and much more.
    Blue Light Yokohama, Åsögatan 170, Söder.http://bluelightyokohama.com/ fantastic japanese food and beautiful place.better to reserve a table.
    Reggev,Ringvägen 145; http://www.reggevhummus.se/. cozy and vibrant cafè and hummus bar. best hummus I ever tried!
    YogaYama restaurant, Jungfrugatan 8,ostermalm. http://www.yogayama.se/restaurang. great lunch menu veggie and ayurvedic food. more a drop in yoga class if you like it!

    thank you for yours!

  46. Posted 25 Jun ’13 at 23:55 | #

    Yesterday I attended the summer premiere for Clas på Hörnet ‘s outdoor barbecue restaurant. During the summer months they close their indoor restaurant and instead they have an outdoor restaurant with chefs manning the grill (open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 5pm). Cloudy or rainy? They do have covered seating as well as heat lamps to keep you comfortable in case the weather gods are against you.

  47. Svenska
    Posted 30 Jun ’13 at 15:49 | #

    Excellent! I’m going to Sweden and I adore recommendations like this one!
    Amazing! Thank you so much!

  48. Maria
    Posted 30 Jun ’13 at 18:41 | #

    Hi! I’m in Stockholm till July, 10. I try to visit the places you mention but since I’m alone I feel an urge to share all the good things about them. I’d be glad if we could meet in sodermalm;) i’d like to feel a little bit like at home in a foreign place) I’m Russian and I’m 23. This is my email: amphimixis@gmail.сom

  49. jolie
    Posted 3 Jul ’13 at 06:15 | #

    would i be crazy to come in the winter instead??

    • Posted 3 Jul ’13 at 22:50 | #

      Hi Jolie, our winters are dark, cold and snowy. Therefore we don’t spend as much time outside during that season. But if you bring lots of warm clothes I am sure you’ll have a wonderful time here during the winter as well.
      /David

  50. Posted 12 Jul ’13 at 01:22 | #

    This is an awesome post and I love those pictures!

    S&R
    http://www.CattailDown.com
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/therucksackrefinery

  51. Posted 17 Jul ’13 at 15:22 | #

    Aah, I was wondering if you’d mention Hermans – glad it made the list! Totally agree about the view, absolutely fantastic and the food there is *so* good. My one complaint though – not sure about in the evening, but the coffee served at lunch though is (or at least was when I was there) instant. Bleurgh :(

  52. sarah
    Posted 21 Jul ’13 at 00:09 | #

    you guys are so inspiring, i am addicted :)
    my friends and i are coming to stockholm for new years eve- any favorite winter activities you care to share!?
    thanks, keep up the food art!

  53. Posted 23 Jul ’13 at 12:47 | #

    Beautiful beautiful photos! I especially adore the one with a red balloon in the sky x

  54. Posted 27 Aug ’13 at 19:43 | #

    we visited stockholm 3 weeks ago and we loved it sooo much! our hotel was in nacka ! and i love your blog also !
    kram ursula

  55. Hilary
    Posted 20 May ’14 at 07:27 | #

    Hi! First off, I really love your blog! My husband and I will be in Stockholm in June, and you’ve definitely convinced us to stay in Södermalm! We found a nice looking place through AirBnB which is in the Hornstull area, though. Is this still part of Södermalm? Is it also a good area? By the way, we are 20-something students.

    Thank you for your wonderful advice and blog!

    • Posted 20 May ’14 at 22:03 | #

      Hi Hilary, yes Hornstull is part of Södermalm. It’s a bit from where we live but also a nice neighborhood with many cafes. Make sure to check out the Street market along the water on Sundays.

  56. Bec Jenkin
    Posted 22 May ’14 at 14:34 | #

    Hi!
    I just wanted to let you know that my husband, brother-in-law and I just got back from a four day holiday in Stockholm yesterday. I took your guide with me and I am so glad! We had a great time. We stayed in Sodermalm. In the evenings we went to Mosbacke, Pet Sounds Bar and others. We also tried many of the cafes for coffee and went to Louie Louie for lunch (my husband and I both love coffee). We also shopped :) I got a pair of Swedish Hasbeens (I have been wanting a pair for a while). We also went to Grandpa and had a great chat with the staff. And the vintage shopping! All three of us got something really cool. Finally, we went to Rosendals farm and had lunch and also took a boat tour around the city. Thank you so much for putting together this guide. Bec x

  57. Pernilla
    Posted 24 Jun ’14 at 11:45 | #

    Great list, thank you for posting! I just love-love-love Sweden!
    I only visited Fotografiska from the list, but it was really awesome! It was my first time in Stockholm and it was in February, so it was kind of hard to just walk around in the city which I love the most when visiting cities.
    But hopefully I’m visiting Stockholm in August again, and I’ll definitely try these places from your list!

  58. Posted 10 Jul ’14 at 09:57 | #

    I’m gonna print this list !!! And take it with me when we visit Stokholm (again)

  59. emma
    Posted 19 Nov ’14 at 08:28 | #

    thanks so much for all the recommendations. will definitely check out some of these places this december while we are staying in Sodermalm over christmas. do you have anywhere that you can suggest for an organic green juice?

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