17 places in Stockholm that celebrated Riesling Weeks 2022
Riesling Weeks 2022 in Sweden was celebrated May 30 to June 12. Here are all the venues in Stockholm who joined the Riesling celebration! (Sponsored by Wines of Germany)
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Phone: +46 8 640 82 88
Address: Högbergsgatan 64, Stockholm
Café Cuvée is a French bistro at Södermalm and the menu is dedicated to snacks and smaller dishes that can be shared. And great cheese. The little space is busy with locals and cozy with, yes, a French bistro vibe. Experienced sommelier Tina Trigg is a partner in the restaurant and the wine list is mostly French with plenty of Burgundy at reasonable prices. Other destinations can also be found, like Austria and Germany. Do not miss the wine jukebox, a black board where three bottles are always served by the glass. When one is empty, the next guest can choose any bottle from the wine list to...
Phone: +46 8 522 256 52
Address: Odengatan 52, Stockholm
Best Short List of the Year Nordic 2022
A wine bar in the Vasastan area of Stockholm with a few classic dishes, warm atmosphere, and a very wide range of wines on the wine list. The crew is experienced and knows how to take care of guests. A safe bet for wine lovers of all stripes!
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 112, Stockholm
German Wine List of the Year Sweden, presented by Wines of Germany 2022
Wine bar and restaurant E & G (short for Egon and Gösen) is located at Birger Jarlsgatan in Stockholm, a few minute’s walk from the crowded neighbourhoods around Odengatan. The place is relaxed, like a living room away from home. The food is rustic and tasty and made for sharing – snacks, smaller dishes and stews. Small, intimate and cosy and with an interior where wine is, literally, all around you.
Address: Erstagatan 21, Stockholm
By the Glass List of the Year Sweden 2022
Experienced sommeliers Béatrice Becher and Jonas Sandberg opened the Stockholm wine bar they wanted to visit themselves in this eastern Södermalm part of town. The name plays on the French word for madness, Folie. As you'll see on the interior, it’s loosely related to Territoriet in Oslo. Folii is one of the best wine bars in town and they have won our wine list competition in the By the glass-category several times. There are tasty small dishes on the menu and if you are eager for a more full meal - drop in to their restaurant next door: Voisine.
Phone: +46 8 673 74 00
Address: Tulegatan 7, Stockholm
German Wine List of the Year Sweden, presented by Wines of Germany 2019
Farang takes guests on a journey to Southeast Asian cuisines. The restaurant is located in an old factory hall and the rustic backdrop contrasts with the warm atmosphere. The restaurant is decidedly high end - great food. The bar in the front is cool and serves simpler dishes. For a fine dining lunch experience, this is one of my main choices in Stockholm.
Phone: +46 8 610 66 00
Address: Karlbergsvägen 14, Stockholm
Grus Grus is the wine bar opened by Tranan just next door on Odenplan in Stockholm's Vasastan neighbourhood. Snacks, small dishes and larger dishes to share are served in the cosy space. The Grus Grus wine list offers mostly wines from small-scale producers, often with an organic and natural focus. But be sure to check out the shelves in the wine fridge, where unlisted treasures from the Tranan “secret” wine cellar can be found at very attractive prices.
Address: Fleminggatan 62B, Stockholm
Kungsholmens vinbar is a neighbourhood wine bar that has a small bar counter and several small tables. It has quickly become a neighbourhood joint that fills up with families and older patrons.
Phone: +46 8 30 32 32
Address: Odengatan 94, Stockholm
Minh Mat is a cosy Vietnamese restaurant with an outdoor terrace for sunny days. Unusually for Asian cuisines, it also has a wine focus.
Phone: +46 8 30 11 01
Address: Sankt Eriksplan 1,Stockholm
The Swedish Chef of the Year 2012, Klas Lindberg, opened his dream bistro in 2016 and the accolades did not wait. The food is modern Nordic, mixes classics with modern takes and is superb. The wine list is varied and growing - and the service team is professional. This is a solid recommendation if you want to experience Stockhholm dining. There is also a separate bar and dining room across the portal(!) from the restaurant.
Phone: +46 8 611 94 10
Address: Runebergsgatan 1, Stockholm
Is it possible that German wines and food is becoming a thing in Stockholm? New addition Sekt serves a tasty modern south-German cuisine in a somewhat industrial modern bistro Berlin feeling in central Stockholm. No a la carte, two set menus. Drop in guests can order from a simpler bar menu.
Phone: +46 8 678 00 01
Address: Götgatan 29, Stockholm
At the heights of Götgatan, Södermalm’s artery, The Hills has taken over a grand space with large windows and a small terrace that lends itself to people watching. Here you will find classic French-Swedish bistro dishes made à la maison. The herring and salmon shares the menu with entrecôte and paté campagne. (The latter’s mustard is worth a return visit on its own)
Phone: +46 8 519 422 77
Address: Brahegatan 4, Stockholm
Special Jury Prize Sweden 2022
Tyge & Sessil is a busy wine café or wine bar near Stureplan in central Stockholm but with a more casual manner than many of the other local hangouts in this rather posh part of town. Delicious small dishes are delivered by the little kitchen. Tyge & Sessil is one of the foremost natural wine places in Stockholm.
Phone: 08-39 35 46
Address: Tegnérgatan 34, Stockholm
Phone: 08-662 33 22
Address: Nybrogatan 38, Stockholm
Phone: 08-660 33 55
Address: Valhallavägen 147, Stockholm
Phone: 08-534 897 01
Address: Rosendalsvägen 8, Stockholm
Phone: 08-611 78 74
Address: Arsenalsgatan 1, Stockholm