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sitting across many hills on an archipelago, stockholm abounds in expensive hipster shit. design, art, architecture, food and music. rarely raw but friendly.
for practicing the art of fika: locally roasted beans, minimalist with a small m and rustic with a capital R. coffee snobs give it the thumbs up.
stockholm's food hall of food halls, from the 1880s, with numerous restaurants and cafés, emphasis on seafood and the classic swedish fare called 'husmanskost.'
a true gem. an oasis. a restaurant, bakery, farm, orchard, a workshop! many stockholmers cross djurgårdsbron to make the pilgrimage to rosendal on sunny days.
legendary jazz club if jazz is your thing. and it should be your thing. alternatively, the venue called stampen offers swing, dixie, jazz, blues, & 50-60s rock.
fancy yet unfrenzied hipster dining, with artisanal cocktails and such, and locally sourced meats, sometimes smoked, sometimes brined and always delicious.
hiding inside another bar (marie laveau), the little quarter is a secret cocktail spot with a studied new orleans vibe. stockholm's best kept secret? possibly.
unpretentious yet cool basement spot. if you want to splurge, then this is a good choice. owned by swedish academy (the nobel folks). gets more formal at night.