Riche opened its doors in 1893, and with more than a thousand daily visitors from early morning until 1 AM, it’s fair to say the people of Stockholm have properly vetted the establishment. Its dining rooms and bars have been a social arena for power brokers, the cultural elite, young hipsters, classic gentlemen and regular folk for over a hundred years.


When you’re overlooking the cruise ships arriving at the Stockholm harbor, it is difficult to imagine a more beautiful setting for a restaurant than Hermans. Hermans serves superb vegetarian and vegan food, and with a view to boot it’s enough to make even the most passionate meat lover change their mind – at least for a day.


With a proud history spanning over a hundred years and a prime location on the south side of Stureplan, Sturehof is a classic Stockholm restaurant. It’s on par with famous brasseries in New York and Paris and functions as a bustling meeting place from mid-morning to late night, seven days a week, 365 days a year. It often hosts concerts and other performances, and attracts an audience that covers a mix of ages, origins, professions, and interests.


Tjoget is a restaurant, barbershop and patisserie. A small marketplace inspired by an old train station, it’s a mix of the eclectic French and urban New York. No matter if your hair is too long, your stomach is too empty, or your glass needs a refill, Tjoget can deliver. Founded by two of the most sought-after bartenders in Stockholm, Tjoget’s restaurant Linje 10 became an instant success when it opened two years ago. The kitchen has its roots in southern Europe and the drinks are just as spectacular as you would expect. Roy & Son Barbershop is also located here.

Nosh & Chow

Nosh & Chow is a newly opened restaurant, speakeasy and hotel housed in an exclusive townhouse in the very center of Stockholm. Their global cuisine is made with Swedish ingredients and served in a fantastic courtyard with two luxurious suites framing this popular establishment. 

Pane Vino

World-class produce and wines and an amazing ambience to boot, Pane Vino is a welcomed addition of Italian flavor to the Stockholm food scene. With breakfast, lunch, bistro and a winebar, Pane Vino caters to most of your culinary needs. It offers the pre work macchiato and perhaps the best lunches on Södermalm, and an amazing á la carte at night. Pane Vino also carries more than a hundred especially selected wines, so you don’t have to worry about your palate either.

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