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Stureplan 2
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Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Red line T13, T14
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
ÖSTERMALM
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T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
ÖSTERMALM
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T (Metro)
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
ÖSTERMALMSTORG
Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
ÖSTERMALMSTORG
Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
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Red line T13, T14
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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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Stureplan 2
ÖSTERMALM
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T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
ÖSTERMALMSTORG
Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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+46 8 440 57 30

Stureplan 2
ÖSTERMALM
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T (Metro)
Red line T13, T14
ÖSTERMALMSTORG
Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan

Sturehof.com

Our proud history

Sturehof ’s history spans over a century. It all started in 1897, when Ernst Marcus opened the German-style beer hall, Malta. In 1905, Marcus changed the name to Sturehof and the Marcus family ran the restaurant until 1976. Sturehof ’s current owners have drawn great inspiration from this era in terms of interior design, food, ambiance and service.

The inauguration of Kungsgatan in 1911 was the start of Stockholm’s transformation into a big city. Stureplan became a key meeting point for affluent Stockholmers. Thanks to the Marcus brothers’ extensive travel and experience in working abroad, Sturehof was transformed into Stockholm’s first seafood restaurant. A combination of courage and innovative ideas lay behind the success of Marcus’ new concept. Fresh seafood was sourced from Marcus’ relatives living on the island of Möja in the Stockholm archipelago and on the west coast of Sweden.

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