Södermalm, Stockholm

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    Södermalm: pubs where ever you look...

    by sahlenare Written Oct 31, 2003

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    When visiting Stockholm a MUST is to visit 'Götgatsbacken', the 'hill' is full of bars street up and street down... side by side...

    Go there.. you will not regret it. Götgatsbacken has a place for all!

    Dress Code: Most of the bars do not have a dress code.. however the safest way should be to leave your blue jeans at home

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    Metro

    by Amelia24 Written Sep 7, 2003

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    Area: Southside

    Style: Lounge, bar, restaurant, DJ.
    Separate bar with different clubs every night of the week. Great lounging area. Nice design.

    Crowd: Mixed (depending on what club it is), trendy, celebrities, "southsiders"

    Tip: Get there early to avoid a long cue

    Dress Code: No specific

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    Ost 100

    by Amelia24 Updated Sep 7, 2003

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    Area: Southside

    Style: Lounge, bar, restaurant, beer garden, club.
    Stylish lounge and bar with a huge beer garden over-looking the water. Different clubs, different nights of the week.

    Crowd: Mixed (depending on what club it is), trendy, club-goers, usual bar crowd.

    Tip: Get there early to avoid a cue

    Dress Code: No sneakers on certain club nights (personally, I wouldn't go on any of those clubs anyway. Everyone in Stockholm wears sneakers)

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    Koh Phangan

    by Amelia24 Updated Sep 7, 2003

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Area: Southside

    Style: Restaurant, bar, outdoor seating.
    This is the closest you'll get to Thailand in Stockholm. Bambu bars, palm trees, cricket noises, water falls... Excellent restaurant, but also a great place to have a few drinks before heading some place else. Nice, friendly atmosphere.

    Crowd: Regulars, celebrites, usual bar crowd.

    Tip: Can't think of any

    Dress Code: Nope!

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    Bonden Bar

    by Amelia24 Written Sep 7, 2003

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    Area: Southside

    Style: Bar, club.
    Small, cozy bar with dancefloor. Different club nights Wednesday- Saturday. Hip Hop, ragga, live music, pop, indie.

    Crowd: Quite young (age limit: 18 on weekdays, 20 on weekends), mixed (depending on what club)

    Dress Code: No specific

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    Stiernan

    by Amelia24 Written Sep 7, 2003

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    Area: Southside

    Style: Bar, restaurant, DJ.
    Stylishly decorated restaurant and bar. Usually quite crowded, local 30-somethings like to hang in the bar.

    Crowd: Locals, trendy, usual bar crowd

    Tip: If you want a seat you should dine or get there early. It isn't very big.

    Dress Code: No specific

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    Folkhemmet

    by Amelia24 Written Sep 7, 2003

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    Area: Southside

    Style: Bar, restaurant, DJ.
    Two bars, one separate bar with DJ and blinking disco lights. Usually quite crowded. A lot of local celebrities. Friendly atmosphere,

    Crowd: Trendy, celebrites, media people, usual bar crowd

    Tip: Don't expect to get a seat unless you're dining or if you get there real early

    Dress Code: No specific

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    Söderkällaren: Reggae vibes

    by Vincedem Written Dec 21, 2006

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    This a bar where you can go out for a beer and enjoy some good reggae music... The atmosphere is more relaxing and multicultural then in most places in Stockholm for sure! In my opinion it´s one of the better places if you just wanna chill without overpaying and where you dont have to pay entrance or wait in a line!

    Dress Code: Doesnt really matter

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    Bonden Bar: A bit more relaxing and less posh

    by Vincedem Written Apr 21, 2006

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    It's a nice cave when they play good music (some eighties, indie, alternative,...) where it is not too posh compared to many places in Stockholm and when you are lucky you even can see a live concert.

    Dress Code: Doesnt matter that much what you wear; you see all kinds of people

    nice bar

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    Söderhof: A place to sit and have an affordable drink...

    by Vincedem Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a very sober bar, but the advantage is that you can have a beer for around 200-250 kroners. It's a very popular place because of that, but still people seem to be very nice and I always have the idea it's a bit of student atmosphere...

    Dress Code: just wear your jeans and sneakers

    sober but nice

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    Södermalm: Nytorget a new hub of night life for locals

    by budapest8 Written May 22, 2010

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    Back in the 80's I remember that large parts of Södermalm
    were simply void of people in July and early August when
    the pensioners and a lot of shopkeepers headed off to
    their summer cottages and you could find many small
    shops with a notice, "CLOSED FOR THE SUMMER".
    These days the elderly residents have passed away and
    Södermalm has become very hip and prices for flats are
    going up every year.

    So around Medborgaplatsen where the famed night club
    Ritz situated in the Tunnelbana(Metro) entrance used to
    see hoards of revellers flocking there. I saw Duran Duran
    and Depeche Mode there before they were famous.
    Now there are restaurants lining along side most streets
    and some even serving alcoholic drinks to late, once a
    frowned upon thing by the 'Social authorities issuing
    a license to serve alcoholic beverages. You had to queue up
    at the government run alcohol stores called Systembolaget
    Monday to Friday before 6pm or pay 3 to 4 times the price in
    the few bars and night clubs that often had long queues outside
    of the 'IN' places to get in.

    20 years on, Stockholm has changed dramatically and now money
    is the only obstacle left for purchasing a nice stiff drink.
    Places everywhere, but we all know that alcohol has never
    been cheap in Sweden.

    Dress Code: Smart and casual

    ROXY ROXY URBAN DELI before noon URBAN DELI after midnight. school reunion ROXY nightcap
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    Södermalm: couple notches down from Spy Bar

    by seasonedveteran Written Apr 11, 2008

    3.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    I though this spot would be worth checking out. I suggest taxiing there. it is a far walk through Gamla Stam and finally arriving on the strip. Upon arriving, a very sketchy asian woman, dressed frankly like a working girl, lured us into a kareokee bar. She was reeeeaaaaaaal friendly, but the crowd in Sodermalm is very sketchy. Very different from the glamour at spy bar. it was crowded, dark and seemed to have a stench.

    We resolved to leave while the night was still young and go to spy bar are, which is much better in ambient and people

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    Sodra Teatern Bar: Panoramic views and stylish interior

    by Maline Written Aug 26, 2005

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    At Sodra Teatern theatre in Mosebacke at Sodermalm in Stockholm there is a bar which serves tapas and drinks. The interior is newly redone, quite stylish, very IKEA :-), and the view from the panoramic windows is amazing. You don't have to be a theatre visitor to enter the bar section, which is partly overlooking the Mosebacketerassen (see my previous tip).

    Dress Code: No real dress code, but you may not want to go there in jeans. Or maybe you do, and then that's fine too.

    For the pic, I put together three views of the Theatre Bar, on is from the panoramic windows towards Stockholm downtown, one is overlooking the Mosebacke terassen outdoor pub/restaurant, and the third is an interior scene from the Theatre bar, with a typical artsy-IKEA style of deco.

    Combo pic from the Theatre bar.
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    • Theater Travel
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    Södermalm: Tour of the bars

    by michelle_x11 Written Jul 29, 2005

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    There were so many different nice bars but they all have in common that they serve the pear cider "Päron Cider" which i haven't tasted or seen anywhere before. All i knew was the typicla apple cider but this is much better.

    My favorite drink

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    Hjärta: A great neighborhood bar in Sodermalm

    by yooperprof Written Jan 10, 2004

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    The name means "heart", and this great local pub is clearly heart of its neighborhood. Cozy, modest, uncommercial, low-key, timeless: what I would give to have this establishment in my home town! It's the kind of place that gives drinking a good name. A favorite memory: sitting inside with a warm Guinness, watching the snow fly around the tower of the floodlit Maria Magdalena Church.

    Dress Code: whatever's comfortable

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