After work relaxation, a family dinner, a quick drink, a leisurely lunch, whatever the pleasant occasion — welcome to the bars and restaurants adjacent to Dramaten's theatres, regardless of whether or not you attend a performance.
You'll find the Pauli Café one flight up in the Dramaten building. The café was named for the artist Georg Pauli, who painted the enormous murals in the unique round room. The popular lunch buffet is served Monday–Friday 11.30–14.30.
Read more at www.dramatenrestaurangerna.se
The terrace has one of Stockholm's best settings, with sun from early morning until late evening and a view of the harbour at Nybroviken and the magnificent buildings on Strandvägen. Experience Stockholm from a different perspective during lunch, after work or when DJs carry you off into the Stockholm night.
The restaurant is named for actor and Dramaten head Gustav "Frippe" Fredriksson, who oversaw the construction of the current theatre building, but is sometimes referred to as the Dramaten annex. With its genuine brasserie atmosphere, it's a good place for a cocktail, an after-work drink with colleagues, or dinner with friends and family.
Monday 13.00–15.00 (kitchen service until 14.30)
Tuesday–Thursday 11.30–24.00 (kitchen service until 22.30)
Friday 11.30–01.00 (kitchen service until 23.00)
Saturday 13.00–01.00 (kitchen service until 23.00)
Sunday 16.00–22.00 (kitchen service until 21.00)
Address: Nybrogatan 6
A new restaurant with its own intimate stage in Dramaten's former ticket office. It offers a relaxed and unique venue with an emphasis on cocktails, well-made dishes and music. The stage will feature both jazz musicians and content from Dramaten's own side-programming.
A lively restaurant with food described as "modern European, with inspiration from all corners of the world". Gourmet has proclaimed it one of the 199 best restaurants in Sweden.
Monday–Friday 11.00–14.00 and 17.00–22.00
The bar opens Monday–Friday at 11.00, Saturday at 13–00
Phone reservations: 08–661 25 62
Address: Linnégatan 69