Join Tom and Josh from Passport Magazine as they explore Stockholm and discover some of the popular gay restaurants, cafes, shops, bars and more in the gay friendly capital of Sweden.
Places mentioned in the film:
Chokladkoppen – Cozy little café at idyllic Stortorget Square, not far from the Royal Palace in the medieval Old Town.
SoFo – These blocks are packed with interesting, cool and creative shops specializing in clothing, design, jewelry, knickknacks, vintage and second-hand, houseware, books and magazines, music and also scores of restaurants, bars, cafés and galleries.The atmosphere is laid-back, yet highly aware.
Grandpa – Charming, personal mix of clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, vintage items, design, and knickknacks. Lots of Swedish brands. Frequent DJs and live music.
Beyond Retro – Colorful, festive vintage clothes in a delightful mix of inexpensive and not so inexpensive.
Urban Deli – A popular new restaurant, bar, deli and store in the heart of style-conscious SoFo. They serve most of the day’s meals here. The menu is varied and the dishes are well prepared.
Berns Hotel - At this boutique hotel you can enjoy the best of two worlds: lavish interiors and the cordial, dedicated service. Berns is also a gorgeous entertainment mecca in well-preserved art nouveau style from the 1860s, boasting a vast dining room and numerous bars, cafés and alfresco areas in summer.
Torget – One of Stockholm’s most popular gay restaurants. Queen of the Old Town scene.
Zipper – Stockholm’s hot spot for the gay crowd! Nightclub with three dancefloors and four bars, entrance from Lästmakargatan 8.