People at Berns

Magical evenings in unusual surroundings

Modern Swedish cuisine, with its irresistible fusion of old Swedish recipes and global influences, has gained international acclaim over the last decade. Let your group experience an evening in extraordinary settings, where organic and locally produced ingredients play a leading role.

Rent a legendary food market

Östermalmshallen is a covered food market, where high quality delicacies have been sold since 1888. The atmosphere is fantastic thanks to the old and well-preserved interior. Host a dinner in the food market after hours. A truly memorable experience.

A Nobel banquet in the City Hall

Make like the smartest people in the world and enjoy a dinner at City Hall, the site of the annual Nobel Prize Award festivities.

Dine with Pippi Longstocking

Meet Pippi Longstocking and her friends at Junibacken, the popular children’s museum. Swedish author Astrid Lindgren has written stories loved by children all over the world. Enjoy a magic dinner after closing time and get a private tour.

Modern photography and drinks

Fotografiska is the latest addition to Stockholm’s museums, a brand new centre for contemporary photography which quickly has become one of the city’s most frequented. Enjoy dinner and a private tour after opening hours. The stunning view of the water and neighboring islands is a bonus.

Dinner next to a 17th-century warship

Take a boat trip in the archipelago while you enjoy an exquisite three-course dinner on board. Or visit a gourmet restaurant on a picturesque island. Another memorable evening is dining in the shadow of the 17th-century warship Vasa, almost pristine after 333 years on the bottom.

Nights to remember

How about clubbing in an opera house, hanging out under the stars on a terrace, or sitting on a boat deck sipping cocktails? Stockholm offers a trendy nightlife – from the cool sophistication of the downtown area to the more bohemian clubs and bars at Södermalm. In the summer you can experience long, bright nights when the sun never sets.

Read more about restaurants and night clubs at www.visitstockholm.com