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Fat Tuesday

Fat Tuesday was traditionally the last opportunity to stuff yourself before the lent leading up to the Easter holidays, and in Sweden a tradition developed of eating a special bun called "semla". The semla is usually made up of a cardemom bun filled with sugary almond paste and topped whipped cream. 

If you want to uphold tradition you will only devour it on Fat Tuesday (this year on February 28:th). However, perhaps due to its popularity, you can buy yourself a semla in most pastry shops and cafés already in mid January and onwards.

Guide to Midsommarkransen

5 Shopping • 1 Café • 3 Restaurant

Guide to SoFo

8 Shopping • 2 Restaurant • 4 Café

Rosendals garden café

Café
Rosendals garden café

K-Märkt

Restaurant

Fåfängan restaurant and café

Café
Fåfängan restaurant and café

Go for a fika!

13X Café
buns, fika

Kaffe

Café

Delivore

Café

Nobel attractions

3 Attraction • 1 Restaurant • 1 Café • 1 Event

Kafé Esaias

Café
Kafé Esaias

Louie Louie

Café
Louie Louie

Old Town/Gamla Stan: District guide

1 Restaurant • 7 Attraction • 1 Café • 2 Nightlife

Koloni

Café

Snickarbacken 7

Café

Breakfast spots in Stockholm

5 Café • 5 Restaurant

Springtime in Stockholm

4 Attraction • 1 Activity • 1 Café • 1 Shopping • 1 Event

Guide: Brunch

9 Restaurant • 2 Nightlife • 1 Café

Stockholms glasshus

Café
Stockholms glasshus

Mahalo

Café

Bianchi cafe & cycles

Café
Bianchi cafe & cycles

Zetas

Café

Café Proviant

Café
Café Proviant

City center/Norrmalm: District guide

1 Attraction • 6 Shopping • 2 Café • 2 Restaurant • 1 Activity

Greasy Spoon

Restaurant

Kungsholmens glassfabrik

Café
Kungsholmens glassfabrik

Stockholm for kids

10 Attraction • 1 Café • 1 Activity • 2 Shopping

Vurma

Café
Vurma

Juiceverket

Café