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Stockholm's

Hours Open:
Monday:
11AM-Midnight
Tuesday:
11AM-Midnight
Wednesday:
11AM-Midnight
Thursday:
11AM-Midnight
Friday:
11AM to 2AM
Saturday:
11AM to 2AM
Sunday:
10AM-Midnight

About Stockholm’s

Stockholm’s is a full service restaurant and micro-brewery in a comfortable atmosphere located in downtown Geneva. Above all else, the dedication of our staff is our best asset, where tenure is measured in years of service. Each brings their unique personality and has helped Stockholm’s to become your friendly neighborhood “vardshus” (tavern in Swedish). Stockholm’s also offers a Sunday Brunch and monthly Beer Dinners.

Stockholm’s Bar Hours

  • Monday: 11am to Midnight*
  • Tuesday: 11am to Midnight*
  • Wednesday: 11am to Midnight*
  • Thursday: 11am to Midnight*
  • Friday: 11am to 2am
  • Saturday: 11am to 2am
  • Sunday: 10am to Midnight*

*We are able to stay open until 2am every day of the week. We will stay open if business allows us to do so.

Stockholm’s Kitchen Hours

  • Monday: 11am to 10pm
  • Tuesday: 11am to 10pm
  • Wednesday: 11am to 10pm
  • Thursday: 11am to 10pm
  • Friday: 11am to 10:30pm
  • Saturday: 11am to 10:30pm
  • Sunday: 10am to 9:30pm

Stockholm’s Review

Since I already had lunch earlier on the day (12/29/2016) I wasn’t hungry but the food did look good. For a 3-3:30 time frame on a Thursday during the holidays the place was pretty packed – mid afternoon rush perhaps? By the time I left so had the crowds so if you want the place empty between rushes maybe try 430ish on a Thursday. I didn’t catch my bartender’s name but she was hopping all over behind the bar, serving tables and yet was still super nice and super quick.

Stockholm’s Beer Review

Like I usually do I just got tasters but since I didn’t know when I would have to leave I got 2 at a time (yet still ended up getting 4 somehow). The prices are really fair as my total was $8 and $3-4 of that went to the bartender for putting up with me while I was there working (they had wi-fi and I had my laptop, leave me alone!) and being slow to decide on my beer choices.

  • Third Street Ale – Not bad. Not great.
  • Aegir’s Ale – This English Pale Ale won me over in the end.
  • Older But Weisser – I didn’t think I would like this but quickly had my mind changed. By far my fave that I had here.
  • Lorazz Weiss – Not a winter beer but during the summer, this would be perfect.