Quality Hotel Nacka
Phone: (46) 8 50616000
Fax: (46) 8 50616010
Varmdovagen 84, Stockholm, SE, 12008
- Phone: (46) 8 50616000
- Fax: (46) 8 50616010
Bars & Cafes
Bowl the perfect game here at Imperial Lanes, located in the historic city of Stockholm. Perfect for children's birthday parties, boys night out, or just a quick bite to eat, this entertainment complex is more than just a bowling alley. The onsite restaurant offers a fresh daily salad bar, and the sports bar features half a dozen giant flat screens and a good variety of beer on draft.
Up on the hill at Danvikstull, Södermalm, this lovely open-air restaurant is quite a hit with the locals. Coffee, small dishes, beer and wine are served here at Fåfängan. It is open from May to September and to reach here you can take a bus from Slussen. During April the restaurant is open on weekends only. For timings contact the restaurant as days vary.
Zucchero, an Italian café and lunch place, is one of many such joints located at the eastern part of Södermalm. However, the decor and the menu make it stand apart from the other. The interior comprise a chequered floor, red lighting and old film posters on the walls. The cappuccino, espresso, focaccia, salads and other Italian specialities served here are a big draw. The ambience is warm and inviting. So come here to experience Italian food and the warmth of the patrons too.
This is a trendy and bohemian restaurant in the southern part of Stockholm. The lovely locality is just as good a reason to visit as the food. Lots of 30—somethings mingle here and enjoy the great music that is on offer. The award—winning bar '...och det stora havet' (named after famed Swedish singer Jakob Hellman's only album) is worth a visit. The food is a little Swedish, a little Mediterranean.
Dedicated to Ol' Blue Eyes (of course), Sinatra is a local café and restaurant in eastern Södermalm, an area where more and more bars and cafés are opening up. The menu here comprises of snacks in the breakfast menu and Italian dishes in the regular menu. You can have various kinds of paninis, focaccias, pastas, salads and so on.
You can enjoy the best views of town from here during summer and spring. The place is always crowded with tourists. The café serves coffee, cakes and delicious ice-cream. You should taste the Lingonberry ice-cream, which is a local favourite.
Arom boasts of excellent service and a friendly atmosphere. The décor reminds one of the the 1950s, given the James Dean posters on the walls. A regular café menu is offered, with brunch on Sundays. The area in which it is located, Eastern Södermalm used to be a calm area with a limited number of dining and drinking places. However, now there are coffee shops and restaurants all over the neighbourhood and this café is among the better bets.
Regev is rather unique in Stockholm. It's a dedicated hummus bar, with a sideline in espressos and fresh lemonade. Its limited menu is highly specialized and absolutely delicious. It is easy to be surprised at how many diverse dishes a cafe can come up with, when the main ingredient of hummus is the staple. Needless to say, this is not somewhere to eat your main meal of the day, but for a filling and tasty snack it is perfect. There is some pleasant photography adorning the comfortable interior, and this is one of the few places in town where you can hang out and use the house's backgammon set.
Hosting a crowd of down-on-their-luck poets, young twenty-somethings, and worn out young parents, you will find one of the best pubs in in the city. A great place for out-of-work romantics to hang out with locals and drink and smoke their lives away while waiting for the end of the world. With a selective and unusual list of beers on tap and not much in terms of hard liquor or food, this is a true pub's pub. With terrible wallpaper, a short bar, and dirty stools to sit on, this is a funky Bohemian joint.
Söderhof Café & Catering, which opens quite early in the mornings on weekdays, serves a proper breakfast for working professionals including dishes like porridge. On the downside, there is little space in the café. The café is nice and cozy with a reasonable price for food.
String offers you everything from pie to furniture to tea cups and sandwiches. The prices are more than reasonable and the atmosphere relaxed, which invites you to stay much longer than you intended. Especially recommended are the weekend breakfast buffets and the children's matinees on Sundays. Although String is spacious, it gets busy and crowded. Chairs are placed wherever there is room, even in the windows!
Big Ben tries to be a true blue British bar. It's the home pub of Hammarby's fans, and a common meeting place before a big match. A high decibel sound is assured at all times but it can get plain intolerable when there is a live match on. The first floor is decorated in true pub style, while the second level has the ambiance of a relaxing lounge.