Roy & Son

Tjoget’s barbershop, Roy & Son, is the real deal. Its history reaches back to the 1950s when Roy Mannerstål started his first barbershop in Stockholm. The spirit and knowledge from the early years have been proudly carried into the concept of Roy & Son. They offer their clients classic shaves and modern haircuts of “perfect yet imperfect standard”. 


DaySpa is just what it sounds like – a spa that doesn’t demand more than a few hours of your time. It’s a place where an espresso is enjoyed along with a foot massage, while your friends or colleagues equally enjoy their backrubs. A quick and affordable getaway, DaySpa is a well-earned break from all that shopping and sightseeing.


Located in an old fire station, Brandstationen is a toy store for grownups. It’s filled with things you don’t really need, but boy do you want them. Decorative objects, design furniture, carpets, vintage watches, jewelry, you name it – this eclectic mix of vintage, antiques and second-hand will make your home more you.

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