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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.
It’s a warm and welcoming environment, perfect for breakfast, ‘fika’, brunch, lunch, and dinner. It’s also great for grabbing a coffee, holding an informal meeting or for settling into for after-work drinks. Or just hanging out.
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.
We all start the day differently. For some, it’s about having that first mug of coffee or brushing their teeth. Other people are all about breakfast. Recognising this, Hobo offers a most flexible hotel breakfast. Our breakfasts are not included in the room price but can either be added when booking or purchased directly in our café (even if you’re not staying at the hotel).
Find out more about our breakfast here:
The dinner menu at the Hobo consists of seven medium-sized dishes. Depending on how much you like to mix it up, you can either order one at a time or try the whole set menu made up of small dishes. There’s an important meeting in the kitchen every Thursday, where the chefs together write the upcoming weeks lunch menu.
We offer a new ‘daily special’ each weekday lunch, and we also serve 3 different courses ‘all week’.
On Saturdays, Hobo is proud to provide one of Stockholm’s most flexible brunch menus. We’ll serve brunch in any way you want – as part of another meal, in between meals, or as part of one of our ‘set menus’. As ever, at Hobo our focus in on nature, sustainability and fresh seasonal produce, so there’s always lots of vegetarian dishes on the menu. And what would a brunch be without something to drink? Mimosa, Bloody Mary, fresh juice, you name it.
Along with wine and beer, on both floors of Hobo’s bar and restaurant, we have a truly inspired cocktail menu. As with our restaurant, the bar’s focus is on locally-sourced produce. Our wines all come from Europe and the beers are all from Sweden. This includes a range of organic lagers – and our very own ‘PangPang Nam-Nam’, a specialty craft beer Hobo produced with PangPang micro-brewery in Hökarängen, Stockholm.
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.
TED Talks, after work drinks, a concert, a new launch, an art gallery, a pop-up space – together with our partners we create a dynamic live event space and a new scene in central Stockholm. Here you have a nice relaxed base for events that require the right environment – rather than fifty seats, classroom style. Read more about our events here or take a look at our events calendar below.EVENT CALENDAR
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.