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Hobo has been instrumental in revitalizing Stockholm’s Brunkebergstorg area – and an essential part of its new lease of life has been the introduction of our restaurant, bar, and café.
At Hobo, food and drink are spread out over two floors. Our dining area – equal parts restaurant, bar and café – provides the perfect venue for your morning cup of coffee, your last drink of the night – and pretty much everything else in between.
On the ground floor, you will find the lobby bar, restaurant and café and upstairs on our 5th floor you will find our event space 5EMMAN.Breakfast menu
At Hobo, we believe nature is a key ingredient in the recipe for a modern restaurant – and so, our menu builds on what the season has to offer.
As we only use locally-sourced, organic produce, Hobo’s menu is constantly changing – but we always ensure that vegetarian dishes take up more space on our menus than meat, fish, and poultry. We believe this is necessary for the sustainability of a healthy planet.
What kind of food do we cook? Well, though we have our roots in the Nordic kitchen, our dishes are influenced by great cuisines from around the world.
At Hobo we serve our breakfast cafe style, our lunches are a number of hot dishes to choose from and our menu’s changes weekly, and the dinner is served either medium sized dishes to share or as a 7-course menu. The brunch on Saturdays is Stockholm’s absolute most cosy’s brunch. Did we forget to mention our AW pizza?
Read more about our breakfast here:
Our two floors at Hobo each have their own bars. On the ground floor, you will find our lobby bar and one floor up the stairs is 5EMMAN. During daytime both our ground floor, lobby bar and 5EMMAN is perfect as a co-working space, to have informal meetings, coffee breaks or just to hang out if you like. Read more about our bars here:
If you’ve visited Hobo, you’ve probably already seen the Urban Farming herb garden in our lobby. We use it to grow the spices we use in drinks and restaurant dishes. The system is called ‘Hydraponic’ and it’s an environmentally-friendly cultivation for indoor use. So, when we talk about ‘sourcing local produce’, we really mean it.
On the top floor, you’ll find TAK (“roof” in Swedish) – the restaurant we share with our sister hotel At Six.
A must for all visitors, TAK comprises of 1000 square meters of the roof terrace with a Nordic-Japanese menu, fantastic cocktails and some breath-taking views of Stockholm.