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Stureplan 2
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Sturehof

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Sturehof


Stureplan 2
114 35 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-440 57 30


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Sturehof.com


19 JANUARY 2021

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.

Acne Studios

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Acne Studios


Norrmalmstorg 2
111 47 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-6116411


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www.acnestudios.com


19 JANUARY 2021

A fashion house that has met with great success all over the world, using its trendy and innovative jeans collection as a starting point. The first collection consisted of only 100 pairs, which were distributed to friends and acquaintances. But the demand for more jeans was tremendous, and so Acne Jeans was born. Today Acne Studios makes entire women’s and men’s collections, including shoes and accessories. The flagship store is on Norrmalmstorg square in downtown Stockholm.

At Acne Archive, at Torsgatan 53, you will find pieces from past collections and resewn garments at bargain prices. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Riche

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Riche


Birger jarlsgatan 4
11434 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-545 035 60


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www.riche.se


22 JANUARY 2021

Classic meeting place in the city center, with multiple bars and restaurants. Stockholm’s art, fashion and club crowds gather here to see and be seen. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Taverna Brillo

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Taverna Brillo


Sturegatan 6
114 35 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-519 77 800


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www.tavernabrillo.se/en


23 JANUARY 2021

At Taverna Brillo you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktails. The main dining room is surrounded by two bars. The venue also includes a pizzeria, bread shop, charcuterie, deli counter, orangery and an ice cream parlor. The food concept – Italian in Swedish translation – was developed in partnership with Swedish celebrity chef Tommy Myllimäki. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Nybrogatan 38

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Nybrogatan 38


Nybrogatan 38
114 40 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 662 33 22


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www.nybrogatan38.com


23 JANUARY 2021

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks – Nybrogatan 38 is open from morning till late. The orientation can be described as relaxed, minimalist, and modern. The food is beautifully prepared and the menu is inspired by Scandinavia and the Mediterranean. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Kommendören

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Kommendören


Kommendörsgatan 7
114 48 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-661 67 00


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www.kommendoren.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Relaxed, personal and cozy. Kommendören on Östermalm is a pleasant neighborhood restaurant with a bar that is equally lovely. The menu is based on the staff’s personal favorites and varies from month to month with flavors from the US, France, and Sweden. White tile and wooden interiors provide a sense of harmony without superfluous ornamentation. Enjoy a leisurely evening here; you will definitely be back again. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Hillenberg

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Hillenberg


Humlegårdsgatan 14
114 46 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 519 421 53


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Exit: Östermalmstorg


www.hillenberg.se


25 JANUARY 2021

South European classics meet Swedish flavors and interior design at Hillenberg. The restaurant, located on Östermalm, is run by celebrity chef Niklas Ekstedt and has a close partnership with Ekstedt’s wine café Tyge & Sessil. In other words: great food and great wine! (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Ekstedt

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Ekstedt


Humlegårdsgatan 17
114 46 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-611 12 10


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24 JANUARY 2021

Well-known chef Niklas Ekstedt has created a kitchen in which food is prepared using the original methods over an open flame. The superb quality and artisanal excellence are familiar from Ekstedt’s other restaurants, along with awareness of the sources of the ingredients and elements of Scandinavian cuisine. The ambiance is warm, welcoming, and rustic, expressed in natural materials. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Gastrologik

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Gastrologik


Artillerigatan 14
114 51 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-662 30 60


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Exit: Sibyllegatan


www.gastrologik.com


24 JANUARY 2021

A star among Stockholm’s restaurants and a great example of the contemporary “New Nordic” style gastronomy – Scandinavian, natural, organic, and innovative. There are no set menus; what’s in season decides what’s served. Gastrologik has a popular annex called Ateljén, which is right next door. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Broms

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Broms


Karlavägen 76
114 59 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-26 37 10


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www.bromskarlaplan.se/en


24 JANUARY 2021

Broms, located in Östermalm, is a restaurant that delivers. The combination of a delicate menu and living room setting make Broms worth a visit. The breakfast buffet is also hard to beat with home-made marmalades, muesli, and sour-dough bread. If you prefer take-out, everything from the menu is ready to go and don’t miss out on the treats in the deli and the bakery. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Bar Central

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Bar Central


Birger Jarlsgatan 41
111 45 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-20 10 08


BIRGERJARLSGATAN@BARCENTRAL.SE


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www.barcentral.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Hungarian Pörkölt, Polish pierogi or maybe an Austrian apfelstrudel? Bar Central offers a menu of hearty Central European dishes in the heart of Stockholm. Don’t forget to have a glass of unpasteurized Pilsner Urquell, transported in special tanks from the Czech Republic to keep the beer just as fresh as it’s served in its hometown of Plzen. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Adam/Albin

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Adam/Albin


Rådmansgatan 16
114 25 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-411 55 35


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www.adamalbin.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Well-known chefs Adam Dahlberg and Albin Wessman offer a five-course tasting menu from which you get to choose the courses after the initial snacks. The food concept is based on simplicity and sustainability, with the dinner experience front and center. The dishes are prepared in an open kitchen and the menu also includes elements of house-made charcuterie. The chef duo aims to provide a vivid, intimate and easily accessible experience in this bright and carefully considered restaurant, where a few spaces are always available for drop-ins and cannot be reserved in advance. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Östermalm Market Hall

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Östermalm Market Hall


Humlegårdsgatan 1
114 46 Stockholm
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Exit: Östermalmstorg/Nybrogatan


www.ostermalmshallen.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Östermalm Market Hall has been an institution ever since it opened in the beautiful brick building on Östermalmstorg in 1888. Stroll around the counters packed with fresh fish, meat, sweets, and traditional delicacies or have a seat at one of the many restaurants or wine bars for some people watching. Östermalmshallen houses 17 traders, many of which have been here for generations.

In March 2020, the market hall re-opened after several years of renovation. The original star-shaped floor plan has been reinstated, there are three easily accessible floors, and visitors can enjoy several new stores and restaurants. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Fosch Artisan Pâtisserie

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Fosch Artisan Pâtisserie


Löjtnantsgatan 8
115 50 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 528 000 77


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www.fosch.se


24 JANUARY 2021

The brainchild of a classically trained pastry chef and a restaurateur with a childhood spent on farms and fields, Fosch Artisan Pâtisserie has garnered attention for the delicious French pastries and love of fresh and ecological ingredients. This award-winning bakery on Östermalm not only carefully selects the best ingredients for its petit choux, macarons, and croissants but also grows some themselves. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Mr. Cake

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Mr. Cake


Rådmansgatan 12A
114 25 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-400 17 190


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www.mrcake.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Mr. Cake brings an American sensibility and style to your Swedish fika. Delicious cinnamon rolls and pastries, fresh sandwiches and salads, and jaw-droppingly beautiful cakes. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Brasserie Godot

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Brasserie Godot


Grev Turegatan 36
11436 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-660 06 14


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Exit: Östermalmstorg


www.godot.se


24 JANUARY 2021

The favorite joint of well-to-do Stockholmers. Brasserie Godot was established in 2001 with the aim of opening a classic French brasserie with the city’s best bar. The bar has a huge drink list focusing on fresh fruit and berries. The small dining room is simple and stylish, serving classics, seafood, and a three-course vegan menu. A great wine list. The feel is inviting yet exclusive. Brasserie Godot is located on Östermalm and partly becomes an open-air restaurant during the summer months.

House artist Eric Ericson has decorated the walls, windows, lamps, plates, and the bar, and some of his work is for sale on the menu. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Humlegården

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Humlegården


Karlavägen 32
114 31 Stockholm
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www.parker.stockholm


24 JANUARY 2021

Humlegården is a green oasis a stone’s throw from nightclub mecca Stureplan, in the middle of the exclusive Östermalm district.

Here you can see businessmen in suits eating brown-bag lunches on the grass when it’s warm and sunny, but also lots of young families and dog owners. In the beginning, the park was a royal garden established by Johan III, who grew fruit, spices, and hops. “Humlan” has been a public park and a popular spot to relax since 1869.

The park includes a large playground area, a skateboard ramp, Surfer’s summer restaurant, and Omnipollos Flora, a summer biergarten. A statue of the flower king Carl Linnaeus stands in the middle of the park, and the National Library of Sweden is right next to Stureplan. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Swedish Museum of Performing Arts

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Swedish Museum of Performing Arts


Sibyllegatan 2
103 26 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 519 567 00


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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan


www.scenkonstmuseet.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Scenkonstmuseet, or the Swedish Museum of Performing Arts, is devoted to theatre, dance, and music. Besides offering insights into the history and future of the performing arts, its interactive exhibitions let you be a part of the experience. Take place in a virtual dance troupe, try on theatre masks or create your own piece of music from a multitude of instrument samples. You’ll also find the Swedish Music Hall of Fame here. An ever-growing exhibition that highlights important milestones in Swedish music history and looks to the future with the stars of tomorrow. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Royal Dramatic Theatre

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The Royal Dramatic Theatre


Nybroplan 1
11434 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-667 06 80


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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan


www.dramaten.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Sweden’s national theatre is a beautiful Jugend building located on the waterfront at Nybroviken bay.

The guided tours of Sweden’s national theatre starts at the main entrance and moves through the elegant marble foyer and the main stage. A fascinating look behind the scenes, including a visit to the theatre’s extensive wardrobes. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

The Swedish History Museum

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The Swedish History Museum


Narvavägen 13-17
114 84 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-519 556 00


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Exit: Karlaplan/Narvavägen


www.historiska.se


24 JANUARY 2021

The Swedish History Museum narrates Sweden’s history from the earliest times to the present. See gold and silver treasures and magnificent medieval art. The museum also has the world’s largest collection of objects from the age of Vikings. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Byredo

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Byredo


Mäster Samuelsgatan 6
111 44 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-525 026 15


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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan


www.byredo.com


24 JANUARY 2021

Exclusive Swedish perfume house whose products are as beautiful to look at as they are fragrant. What makes Byredo unique is its simplicity and the relatively few ingredients they use. All the fragrances are unisex. In addition to perfume, the line includes soaps, skincare products, and scented candles. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Rodebjer

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Rodebjer


Smålandsgatan 12
111 46 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-41046095


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www.rodebjer.com


24 JANUARY 2021

Swedish star designer Carin Rodebjer has two stores in Stockholm. She has received numerous awards over the years, including Elle’s Fashion Designer of the Year three times. Rodebjer’s collections are practical, elegant and feminine, with a touch of crudity and avant-garde. Recurring sources of inspiration are Swedish folk costumes, French bohemians of the 1920s, and the Finnish trash rock band Hanoi Rocks. Talk about contrasts! There is a second store on Regeringsgatan 50. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Rönnells Antikvariat

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Rönnells Antikvariat


Birger Jarlsgatan 32 B
114 29 Stockholm
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+46 (0) 8 545 015 60


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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan


www.ronnells.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Rönnells has been a staple of Stockholm’s literary scene since 1929. The store has a huge collection of used books, oddities and out-of-print rarities. It specializes in fiction, art, and academic literature and has on occasion auctioned the private collections of famous authors. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Svenskt Tenn

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Svenskt Tenn


Strandvägen 5
114 51 Stockholm
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+46(0)8-6701600


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Exit: Birger Jarlsgatan


www.svenskttenn.se/en


24 JANUARY 2021

The classic interior design company Svenskt Tenn has its flagship store on the beautiful shoreline boulevard of Strandvägen. The company originated with a fortuitous meeting between two courageous people with fresh ideas: the stylist and businesswoman Estrid Ericsson and the designer Josef Frank. The timeless, amazingly-patterned, and brilliantly colored creations are cause for a pilgrimage for anyone with an interest in design and interior furnishings. The store has modern classics, a lovely gift department with glass, pottery, and objects by younger established designers. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

Norrgavel

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Norrgavel


Birger Jarlsgatan 27
111 45 Stockholm
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kundtjanst@norrgavel.se


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www.norrgavel.se


24 JANUARY 2021

Swedish designer Nirvan Richter is inspired by a combination of Scandinavian minimalism and American Shaker. The award-winning designer runs his company with a humanistic and ecological mindset that takes the eco-cycle into account. (text: Visitstockholm.com)

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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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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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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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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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