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Established in 1992, Nexus is every comic book lover's dream come true. The store has vast selections of DVDs, cards, games, toys and comic books. Comic books include manga, Icelandic comics as well as Western titles. Popular titles like Buffy the Vampire Hunter and Calvin and Hobbes can be found among others. There are also a number of regular children's books along with local and classic titles.
A part of the supermarket franchise, Nóatún is an excellent supermarket with business hours that suit busy modern people. Here, you find an excellent selection for all your grocery needs.From the fresh produces like fruits and vegetables, the store also houses ready-to-eat food items along with some refreshing beverages. The Nóatún store is popular for offering good-quality fresh meat cuts and is ideal place to stop-by if you are looking to buy ingredients for preparing succulent steaks. Being one of the first stores of the franchise, this grocery store has gained many fans for its friendly service and high-quality offerings at pocket-friendly prices.
Vínbúðin Borgartún is a government enterprise and is among the many branches in the nation that are allowed to sell alcohol legally. They have an impressive list of beer, red and white wines as well as fine liquors. From dark to light and fruity, they have it all in their inventory. Their expert staff will also guide you on the foods that will complement your drink.
Lucky Records is where you will find one of the country's largest collections of vinyl records and CDs, alongside t-shirts, used DVDs and posters. The spacious store is filled to the brim with records featuring music of every genre, both new and old, and is best known for its Icelandic collection. While it is easy enough to find the latest releases, Lucky Records stocks an impressive selection of rare, vintage, used and limited edition records as well, making it a haven for true music lovers. Discover previously unheard of musicians, check out the latest releases and hang out with fellow music lovers over a cup of organic coffee at Lucky Records. There are plenty of listening stations and a jukebox at Lucky Records so that you can share your latest finds with fellow fans of audible art.
A part of the Vínbúðin chain, Vínbúðin Skeifan is one of its stores that can sell alcohol legally in Iceland. This shop has more than 1200 varieties of alcoholic beverages in their inventory. These include red, white and sparking wines, light, dark, fruity and organic beers, and other fine liquors. If you are flummoxed by their range, their affable ans expert staff will guide you to the right drink. They will also advice which food will complement your drink.
Part of a popular chain of electronic gadget shops sold at attractive prices, Elko runs four stores in the Icelandic capital city. This Elko store finds itself at a busy location on the Skeifan street and welcomes locals and tourists alike. Merchandise include kitchen appliances like washing machines, coffee makers and barbecue sets, high-end laptops across known brands, DSLR cameras and GPS devices, among others. One can also shop for personal health and beauty products like hair straighteners, thermometers, alcohol meters and shaving kits at discounted rates.