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|Monday to Friday||11:30 AM to 01:00 AM|
|Saturday||04:00 PM to 01:00 AM|
Both Anders Zorn and Evert Taube have had their studios in this house. In the past, this place has also been a boutique, a bank, and an iron and furniture store. It is a historical monument and the name Blå Dörren (the Blue Door) comes from a restaurant that used to be located in this neighborhood during the 17th century. This dining room and beer hall opened in November 1993 and offers 60 Swedish beers of various kinds, and home-flavored schnapps. Soak up the history here.
If you are a football buff, head here and enjoy live matches with other enthusiastic fans. O'Leary's is a comfortable bar, decked out with sports curios and large-screen TVs. On Saturdays you can order small dishes and snacks, and on Sundays you can feast on a hearty American brunch.
Come down to Omnipollos Hatt if you are in the mood for the classic combination of pizza and beer. This beer bar offers a range of IPAs and stouts along with an array of colorful fruit beer and plisners. Pizzas come in a range of vegetarian options as well as a few non-vegetarian ones, with unusual toppings like kimchi and apricots. The chalkboard menus and potted plants hanging from the ceiling a casual and cozy charm to the place, making it perfect for dinner and drinks out with friends.
A specialist beer bar with over 100 bottled beers and 18 drought beers including Lundgrens Lager, Falcon Original and Guinness Stout, Akkurat is a favorite among the locals. While choosing from the extensive list of brews, take in a quick bite from the a la carte menu. Akkurat is especially jumping on Sunday nights when live music is featured. Check website for the menu and music schedule.
Located in the second-oldest square in Stockholm, Järntorgs Pumpen serves traditional Italian food in a gorgeous and historic pub setting. The building dates from the 1520s, and 500 years later you can have delicious food and select from an extensive wine list while enjoying the beautiful murals of Stockholm painted on the walls.
The logo of this eatery mocks the foot-friendly brand Scholl. It is a hip, small place with very few tables. In the evening the tables are removed from sight completely and the focus shifts to the bar. The international clientele varies greatly, but since the joint is in the Old Town, quite a few tourists show up. There are delicious tapas on the bar menu. On the regular menu there are pastas and wok meals.