Central Stockholm’s wine venues
Stockholm’s most central areas are not easily navigated by a wine lover. Here you will find our favourites in downtown Stockholm:
Phone: +46 8 21 53 10
Address: Tunnelgatan 1A, 111 37 Sweden
Mancini is one of Stockholm’s most classical restaurants (don’t miss the seafood risotto). Mancini also boasts a wine list with over 400 Italian selections, spread over all the classical Italian wine region.
At Six Dining Room
Phone: +46 8 578 828 00
Address: Brunkebergstorg 6, 111 51 Stockholm
At Six Hotel in downtown Stockholm caters to traveling wine lovers, both with the stylish restaurant At Six Dining Room and the wine bar Blanche & Hierta (also on Star Wine List). The wine list runs to nearly 30 pages and over 400 listings, and you can order all wines by the glass. France and its classical wine regions lead the way, followed by the USA and Italy, but the offering is wide and you will find plenty of wine to choose from.
Bar Central Birger Jarlsgatan
Phone: +46 8 20 10 08
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 41, 111 45 Stockholm
Bar Central Birger Jarlsgatan is the right place if you’re tired of new nordic minimalism. A hearty central European cuisine is served with either proper Pilsner or a very good range of Rieslings and Grüner Veltliners from Germany and Austria. Hungary and Croatia are also present on the list of over 200 wines.
Phone: +46 8 679 35 00
Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 8, 103 27 Stockholm
The grandest hotel in the city also boasts one of the grandest wine cellars, including a bottle from the year the hotel opened, 1874. The wine list is accessible in the hotel’s classic Veranda restaurant and Cadier bar, as well as in the Mathias Dahlgren restaurants Rutabaga and Matbaren.
Griffins Steakhouse Extraordinaire
Phone: +46 8 519 422 70
Address: Klarabergsviadukten 67, 111 64 Stockholm
The rather angular exterior of the Waterfront Building does little to prepare you for the warm atmosphere you find inside. Among mismatched velvet chairs, deep sofas and a lively bar, grilled food and great wines are to be had. Griffin’s wine list has classics from Bordeaux and Burgundy but also a good selection of California wines. Champagne lovers also have plenty to choose from on the Griffins wine list.
Mathias Dahlgren – Matbaren
Phone: +46 8 679 35 84
Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm
Matbaren (the food bar) is Mathias Dahlgren’s modern bistro. A seasonal menu of magical medium sized dishes is served at tables or at the bar, for both lunch and dinner. The wine list focuses on organic and natural wines. Guests can also order wines from the cellar list of Grand Hotel.
Phone: +46 8 676 58 00
Address: Operahuset, Karl XII:s torg, 111 86 Stockholm
Operakällaren in Stockholm’s Opera House is probably the most beautiful dining room in Sweden. And the service is like a scene from the Opera stage, professional, classic and warm. The menu is French-inspired, classical and executed at the highest level (one Michelin star). The wine list is massive, classical and carries over 1500 listings.
Phone: +46 8 679 35 84
Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 103 27 Stockholm
At Rutabaga, maestro Mathias Dahlgren creates the next generation’s lacto-ovo-vegetarian menu. Produce from all over the world is used to create dishes that can be shared, combined or eaten separately. The wine list is rooted in Europe and focuses on organic and natural wines. Guests are welcome for a drink and can also order wines from the Grand Hotel cellar-list.
Vassa Eggen Steakhouse
Phone: +46 8 21 61 69
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 29, 111 45 Stockholm
Vassa Eggen is a classic large scale Steakhouse a stone’s throw from Stureplan. The wine list spans from California, including big guns like Sine Qua Non and Harlan, to France and a number of other wine countries.
Address: Tegnérgatan 4, 113 58 Stockholm
Savant is a wine bar in Stockholm that changes profile during the day. From early morning it's a café and later in the day it turns into a neighbourhood wine bar with charcuteries and some small dishes. Everything is built around sustainability and the wines, that don't have a list, are in the natural style. Photos: Dan Lepp, Sandra Backlund