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Friends drink coffee at Pelikan, a restaurant and beer hall in Södermalm, Stockholm.
Photo: Tove Freij
Categories: Restaurants

14 great lunches in Stockholm

Publish date: 18 December 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swedish government has restricted the sale of alcohol in bars and restaurants, until further notice. No alcohol is to be served after 8 pm (20:00). This might lead to some restaurants and bars closing earlier than usual, or not opening at all.

Lunch in Sweden is normally eaten sometime between 11 am and 1 pm (but many restaurants serve lunch as late as 2 or 3 pm); depending on if you’re an early bird or late sleeper, and rounded off with a cup of coffee. Coffee or no coffee, Stockholm is nevertheless in no short supply of nice and affordable restaurants that have "dagens lunch" on offer. Here's just a small sample!