Södra Teatern

Södra Teatern

Södra Teatern Theater from 1858

Stockholm, Mosebacke Torg 1–3
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08 - 531 99 400
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Theater from 1858
Södra Teatern is a beautiful theater at Mosebacke Square which opened in 1858 and is one of Stockholm's oldest active private theaters. The architect was John Frederick Åbom. The salon is richly decorated with elegantly painted ceiling, magnificent chandeliers and original features. The building is




ESTABLISHMENT Houses mans diet meets French cuisine at our bistroinfluerade à la carte menu, on the weekends we have Jazz brunch (brunch during the summer without jazz) with classic brunch dishes. Here is also the time-honored dining room Cornelis room and a heated pavement, with wind..

Södra Bar

Bistro with a view

Here are served snacks that was composed with ingredients from several of the world's best kitchens, with a breathtaking view that stretches from the City Hall to Skeppsholmen and the archipelago.

Södra Bar is also a popular, Sun-drenched porch.

Tue-sat 17: 00-..


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