Wine on Sundays in Stockholm
It’s Sunday and you want to drink good wine and possibly eat a bite. Where to go? We know that question. Perhaps you have a favourite wine place but want to find a new wine bar or restaurant to check out. In this guide, we have gathered all wine bars and wine restaurants on Star Wine List that are open on Sundays in Stockholm, starting with Agnes on Kungsholmen and going around the city clock-wise. Cheers!
Phone: +46 8 410 470 19
Address: Norra Agnegatan 43, 112 29 Stockholm
Restaurant Agnes has quickly become an established favourite among the wine and food lovers of the Kungsholmen neighbourhood. Its heart is in southern Europe with many Spanish specialities. The service staff is experienced and friendly and the wine list boasts over 200 wines with a preference for France, backed up by Italy, Spain and the US. The wines cover both the natural and classic worlds.
Address: Tomtebogatan 22, 113 38 Stockholm, Sverige
Ambar is the wine bar that likes to serve orange wines and beverages, hence the name that plays on amber. But there are plenty of other colours and types on the wine list. If you are hungry, there are delicious small dishes with touches of Japanese cuisine.
Phone: +46 8 30 11 01
Address: Sankt Eriksplan 1, 113 20 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 Swedish and superb and the wine list is superb and from all over. Since August 2018, there is also a separate bar and dining room across the portal(!) from the restaurant.
Phone: +46 8 610 66 00
Address: Karlbergsvägen 14, 113 27 Stockholm, Sverige
Grus Grus is the new wine bar opened by Tranan just next door on Odenplan in Stockholm. 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.
Phone: +46 8 527 281 00
Address: Karlbergsvägen 14, 113 27 Stockholm
Tranan is a classic brasserie at Odenplan that is frequented by locals and tourists looking for genuine “husman” cuisine. But it is also a very interesting wine address. Tranan has 12000 bottles of wine in its cellar and is unique in that many of them are not on the list. Every now and then the Bordeaux, Burgundy and Italian treasures are brought up on the list.
Phone: +46 8 10 16 96
Address: Tegnérgatan 41, 111 61 Stockholm
When winemakers arrive in Stockholm, this is one of their favourite addresses. The hearty French-inspired classical bistro cuisine is very wine-friendly and the wine list is wine lover-friendly, with an emphasis on classical wines from classical wine regions in France, Italy and the USA.
Phone: +46 8 612 65 50
Address: Tulegatan 24, 113 53 Stockholm
Svartengrens states that it’s about meat, cocktails and love. May we add wine to that description? The restaurant sources all its meat from small farmers in Stockholm’s archipelago. The wine list sources from small producers as well and includes both natural and classical wines.
Phone: +46 8 509 022 24
Address: Roslagsgatan 6, 113 55 Stockholm
As the name implies, Babette is a feast in itself. A place for lively discussions over delicious small plates and tasty pizzas. As for the wine, the staff is very knowledgeable. The list is headlined by France and Italy with spices from many other winemaking countries. Check out the daily menu in the instagram feed below.
Phone: +46 8 545 035 60
Address: Birger Jarlsgatan 4, 114 34 Stockholm
The restaurant has been named Riche since 1893 and carries the Swedish gastronomic legacy from master chef Tore Wretman. The cuisine is classically Swedish and the wine list boasts over 900 listings with the majority coming from classic French districts. The US, Italy and Germany are also represented.
Phone: +46 8 440 57 30
Address: STUREPLAN 2, 114 35 Stockholm
Sturehof, founded in 1897, is one of Stockholm’s most classical brasseries and it has become an institution, serving fish and seafood 365 days per year to a mixed crowd in the heart of Stockholm. The wine list is classical with a special love for Burgundy.
Tyge & Sessil
Phone: +46 8 519 422 77
Address: Brahegatan 4, 114 37 Stockholm
Tyge & Sessil is a new busy wine bar near Stureplan but with a more relaxed manner than many of the other local hangouts. Delicious small dishes are delivered by the little kitchen. Natural wines from all over the world are on the list, and the bar is especially highlighting the New World as well as the New Europe.
Phone: +46 8 663 33 55
Address: Nybrogatan 42, 114 40 Stockholm
Spanjorskan (The Spanish lady) has opened with warm colours and tasty Spanish food at Östermalm. The wine list is packed with Spanish wines, for which we are grateful. The wine list boasts a good selection of Sherries, several of them by the glass. But also wines from a large number of other Spanish wine regions, such as Aragon, Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Galicia, Bierzo and the islands of Majorca and the Canary islands.
Bar à Vins
Phone: +46 8 121 465 84
Address: Narvavägen 32, 115 22 Stockholm
Philippe Simon transformed a little post office into a French oasis in 2013. Both neighbours and tourists enjoy French cuisine, music and of course wines. Monsieur Simon imports his own wines and only list a handful of them on the blackboard – preferring to explain the rest to any curious visitor. All of France is represented but Bar à Vin’s specialty is Jura.
Address: LAGAPLAN 5, 128 45 Bagarmossen
Axel Rolph Hansson was actually looking for a venue at Södermalm to open a wine bar. The locals of the suburb Bagarmossen are lucky that he failed to find one and instead opened Centan. This charming joint serves artisanal wines and tasty dishes both for lunch and dinner, six days a week.
Address: Erstagatan 21, 116 36 Stockholm
Experienced sommeliers Béatrice Becher and Jonas Sandberg opened the wine bar they wanted to visit themselves and it’s loosely related to Territoriet in Oslo. There is a varied and very interesting mix of older vintages, regions and types on the Folii wine list. Folii uses Coravin to offer almost any wine by the glass. The name plays on the French word for madness, Folie.
Phone: +46 8 640 99 50
Address: Åsögatan 171, 116 32 Stockholm
Café Nizza is one of Eastern Södermalm’s hottest restaurants, serving a menu of delicious food with French and Italian influences. The bistro also has a bar and from the wine cellar flows mostly natural wines with one or two classical cousins in the mix. Café Nizza’s wine list is mostly sourced from the Old World’s wine regions.
Phone: +46 8 642 00 60
Address: Götgatan 29, 116 21 Stockholm
Södermalm’s new brasserie La Colline became an instant hit, sitting on the highest point of Götgatan. La Colline serves Mediterranean food in a brasserie setting, with an experienced team from the brasserie Tranan at Odenplan (the two venues share ownership). Sommelier Anna Mellfors’ expertise in natural wines is on full display with a ton of wine to go with the delicious food.
Phone: +46 8 720 61 51
Address: Timmermansgatan 24, 118 55 Stockholm
The local bistro Paradiso’s cuisine is rooted in French cooking with produce for the season. The dishes are medium-sized and there is a four-course menu that the chef chooses for the evening. The wine list is also based in France with additions from other wine countries and contains both natural and classical listings.
Phone: +46 8 22 00 21
Address: Hornsbruksgatan 24, 117 34 Stockholm
When the experienced sommeliers Robert Andersson and Fredrik Iveskär planned the wine bar Hornstulls Bodega, they said they wanted something messy. It might not sound that nice but messy is actually a code word for “non-formal, busy, great wines and great ambiance”. And that’s exactly what they built. The Hornstulls Bodega wine list reaches from classic greats to the latest cool. Nowadays Andersson and Iveskär have moved on to their own wine import firm, but the ambiance and ambitious wine selection remain.
Phone: +46 8 10 55 33
Address: Stortorget 7, 111 29 Stockholm
In the center of Stockholm’s Old Town you will find this cosy corner that used to be a furniture workshop. The historic venue has now been polished into a wine bar and restaurant with a focus on natural wines and a changing by the glass selection. Europe is the main area in the Ebenist wine list.
Fem små hus
Phone: +46 8 10 87 75
Address: Nygränd 10, 111 30 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 beautiful vaulted rooms. The menu is classic and you should not miss the veal filet Anna Lindberg. The wine list of Fem små hus is also classically built and contains a vertical of Chateau Latour from Bordeaux. Near Österlånggatan Fem små hus has opened a wine bar which serves a number of wines by the glass but you can also order from the main wine list.
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.
Address: Arsenalsgatan 6, 111 47 Stockholm
The new Bank Hotel in central Stockholm has an ambitious restaurant with a menu from Europe’s coastal cities. The wine list is massive from the go with experienced Fredrik Horn as the Head Sommelier. The Bank Hotel wine list has a wide and deep selection from regions like Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy and wine countries like Germany and Austria.