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Trendiest bars in Stockholm – Top 4


Guide to the best cocktail bars

Would you like to go out and drink fabulous cocktails in Stockholm? Now that Sweden’s restrictions have been lifted, you may be eager to get together with your friends for an evening of delicious drinks, but you may be wondering about the best bars. That’s why we’ve created our guide to the top four trendiest bars. By the way, do you know the difference between a mixed drink and a cocktail? See the answer further down in the post, along with a map showing you the location of our tips.

Goma – Asian gastropub

On Linnégatan in Stockholm you’ll find Sweden’s first Asian gastropub, opened by Miss Voon owner and celebrity chef Jonas Svensson. Here you can sip delicious cocktails, either classics or with special twists, and all the drinks have unique names, such as Kung Fu Panda, Kimchi Mary or Geisha. The menu features exciting gastropub food inspired by the whole of Asia. You can either enjoy an entire meal or order the dishes as luxurious appetisers for your drinks.

Address: Linnégatan 1
Opening hours: Every day of the week
Type of meal: Lunch, dinner, appetisers and snacks

A Bar Called Gemma – Award-winning bar

A Bar Called Gemma is run by award-winning bartender Johan Evers and his partner Oscar Drigoris. At this cosy bar on Grev Turegatan, you can drink artisanal cocktails and mocktails, the menu is unbeatable and there’s plenty of choice. All cocktails are mixed with great passion and care – always with your experience in mind. If you’re hungry, you can order simple dishes and snacks from the bar menu.

Address: Grev Turegatan 30
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday
Type of meal: Lighter dishes and snacks

The Gold Bar – cocktail bar with the Midas touch

Inside the luxury Nobis Hotel on Norrmalmstorg is The Gold Bar, where you can drink well-made, colourful and trendy cocktails. The walls of the bar are covered with hundreds of mirrors wrapped in gold and the bar counter is crafted in imitation yellow onyx. The cocktail menu features The Gold Bar’s signature Strawberry Basil Smash, served in an old jam jar. Naturally, there’s a long list of other cocktails, mocktails, beers, wines and liqueurs. Want a snack with your drink? On the bar menu, you’ll find delicious snacks and appetisers – everything from cold cuts to olives, nuts and sweets.

Address: Norrmalmstorg 2-4
Opening hours: Every day of the week
Type of meal: Snacks and appetisers

Bar S/S Stockholm – archipelago cruise

In the middle of Strandvägen at Berth 16 you’ll find archipelago boat the S/S Stockholm – come aboard to enjoy a fantastic dinner with the best views in the city! The Stockholm archipelago is a wonderful experience at any time of year. The dining room on board the S/S Stockholm serves well-composed meals featuring high-quality produce. Restaurateur trio Hjalmar Litzén, Daniel Tingström and Jacob Bergström have extensive and worldwide experience of delicious food and beverages. You can choose one of the set three-course dinner menus or order from the á la carte menu. There’s also a good selection of beers, wines and cocktails to enjoy both before and after your meal.

Address: Strandvägen, Berth 16
Opening hours: Selected weekdays
Type of meal: Dinner

This is the difference between a mixed drink & a cocktail

Do you know what the difference between a mixed drink and a cocktail is? In Sweden, “mixed drink” is a collective term for almost all toddies, highballs, lowballs and cocktails.
The definition of a cocktail is a mixed drink made from three or more ingredients. Originally, cocktails were a blend of spirits, sugar, bitters and water – the Old Fashioned being a typical example. Contrary to popular belief, a cocktail doesn't have to be served in a specific type of glass.

Map – here are the trendiest bars in Stockholm

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