7 great wine bars and restaurants in Old Town Stockholm 2021
Don’t fall into the tourist traps when you’re in Stockholm’s old town, there are plenty of good wine bars and wine restaurants with great wine lists. Here are our favourites in the old town. Check out their wine lists and why not make an evening of hopping between the wine bars and wine restaurants, the beautiful alleys of Stockholm’s Old town might be narrow, but at least it’s all in a short distance!
Phone: +46 8 506 400 84
Address: Lilla Nygatan 5, Stockholm
Grand Prix Sweden 2020
Djuret (The animal), one of the restaurants in the main gastronomic block in Old Town, is always evolving and it is therefore a good idea to check their website to see what the kitchen is up to at the moment. Whatever it is, it will be tasty and comfortable. At the bar the menu is a la carte and specials often including great wine deals.
Phone: +46 8 506 400 85
Address: Yxsmedsgränd 12, Stockholm
In the Leijontornet gastronomic block in the Old Town of Stockholm, The Burgundy is the wine bar with wine friendly bistro food.
Phone: +46 8 723 19 19
Address: Stora Nygatan 19, Stockholm
Both a wine bar and a cosy little restaurant with an organic and natural focus in Stockholm’s Old Town. It is one of the longest lasting and most influential wine bars in Stockholm, thanks to the founder Peter Bennyson.
Phone: +46 76 894 34 39
Address: Stora Nygatan 22, Stockholm
Cork is a new charming, relaxed and cosy wine bar in the Old Town in Stockholm. The wine list focuses on Portugal, and the food is Mediterranean, leaning mostly towards Italy (you have to try the risotto!). The venue itself is quite small and intimate, with a lot of wood and – of course – cork. The best spot is by the bar counter, where you can chat with knowledgable owner/sommelier Alexandre Carreira, while he serves you some great wine.
Phone: +46 8 20 85 83
Address: Mälartorget 15, Stockholm
Gaston in the Old Town of Stockholm is the wine bar connected with restaurant The Flying Elk and cocktail bar Corner Club in the same building. The interior is clean and classy, with marble, wood and copper. On the floor, you’ll find a team of skilled sommeliers, who can guide you through the wine list and the by-the-glass list of the day. A lot of yummy snacks (don’t miss the gougères with porcini, cheddar and thyme!) and wine-friendly dishes from the kitchen of The Flying Elk next door.
Gaston is temporarily closed.
Phone: +46 8 24 97 60
Address: Österlånggatan 51, Stockholm
The most classic of all classic Stockholm restaurants, Den Gyldene Freden has been around since 1722 and every Thursday the Swedish Academy dines here.
Phone: +46 8 10 87 75
Address: Nygränd 10, Stockholm
Fem små hus means Five small houses and refers to the five Old Town buildings whose cellars have been joined to form this classic restaurant. The result is a meandering maze of vaulted rooms. The menu is classic and you should not miss the veal filet Anna Lindberg.