Stockholm Café Guide
The Fabrique bakery is a place I looked up online before my cousin and I started our journey to the capital of Sweden. It's minimalist design and offer of delicious buns and breads are something that attracted me from the beginning. Before actually going there, I walked by a few times with the need to visit the bakery at least once before catching our flight back to Germany. So, on our very last day I decided to take the time to enjoy one of their Kar and take some photographs for memories. The music playing in the background was light and soothing, the girl behind the counter extremely lovely and kind and the whole atmosphere fitting for a Sunday morning in a city. You can find the Fabrique bakery fifteen times in Stockholm (as long as I counted right), which you can see in map I put down below for you. I also overhead two passengers on the streets (yes, I like to eavesdrop) talking about the bakery being a spot for locals, which makes it even it even more worth the visit. Overall, I highly recommend visiting Fabrique, if you are looking for an uncrowded and relaxing place for a break while eating Swedish goodies or taking some Instagram worthy pictures.
Sophie's Canelé is a café I ran across while looking for the library of the Stockholm. It looked extremely inviting from the outside and even more so on the inside and at that time I wasn't complaining about a good coffee. So, I decided to take a quick break from sight-seeing and enjoy some minutes in the café, away from the cold. The Macchiato I ordered was warming and delicious and I highly recommend choosing a chair by the big French window, you will have the nicest view over the busy streets and its passengers. Overall the café was quite packed, therefore almost no chairs were available. But Sophie's Canelé is a perfect spot for taking a break while visiting the city.
Wayne's Coffee is one of the more popular places for coffee, tea and pastries, therefore you can find it at almost every corner in Södermalm (the more hipster part of the city) and Norrmalm (where you go shopping when in Stockholm). Wayne's Coffee is a place that's almost always well-visited, well as of for my experience. What I liked the most is the massive range of hot drinks and their affordable prices (which is a rarity in Sweden). If you do not want to spend a fortune on coffee and tasty goodies, this is the place to go to.