The 5 best places for summer wining in Malmö
Open-minded and friendly, the doorway to Europe, the “capital” of the south of Sweden, a true people’s city, and an ethnic multicultural marvel. The city of Malmö is, without a doubt, a great summer destination. And there's plenty of good wine and food too. Here are five varied places that serve great wine for great people.
Phone: +46 40 43 81 81
Address: Västergatan 6C, 211 21 Malmö, Sverige
In the old town of Malmö lies L´Enoteca, a wine bar of many faces. The most famous is the one of owner Erik Schneider, the evergreen of sommeliers in Sweden, and a true maverick. The wine list focuses almost entirely on European wines and is listing over 300 cuvées, everything from an exciting rebel wine from Banyul to classic DRC.
Phone: +46 40 615 36 51
Address: Folkets Park, 214 36 Malmö
Located in Swedens oldest amusement park, Far I Hatten is a family friendly restaurant during the day and kindergarten/playground for grownups during nighttime. Far I Hatten takes no prisoners. Everyone is invited, and no one is left behind. Great by the glass list wine list, organic kitchen, lunch, fika (Swedish version of afternoon tea), dinner and nightclub. Come back the next day to have a recovering pizza or a waffle. Truly a peoples place.
Phone: +46 76 324 52 28
Address: Simrishamnsgatan 36A, 214 35 Malmö
A bench can be more than just a bench. It can be a place were you ponder about the world's problems, look at people or dogs (or both), and sit and enjoy the sun. Or just a place where you drink wine. Restaurant Lyran has a bench. And wine. And sometimes sun.
Phone: 040-12 13 18
Address: Mäster Johansgatan 11, Malmö
The behemoth of fun wining and dining in Malmö. Midsize courses, amazing cocktails, craft beers, great desserts, stone oven pizzas, elegant design. And wines. Lots of it. A great outdoor patio to boot.
Phone: 040-627 11 60
Address: Tegelgårdsgatan 9, Malmö
Julie, the rising star of the Malmö wine scene, takes its name from natural wine legend Julie Balagny. Fun, weird and amazing wines by the bottle, by the glass or from the tap, often poured by veteran sommelier Gustav Nord, and best paired with cheese. A great place for day time wine sipping.