Meetup - Viktoriagatan
Viktoriagatan's central location halfway between Avenyn and Haga makes it a perfect meeting place. Before Andra Långgatan spawned into the city's modern nightlife hub it was Viktoriagatan where the bars buzzed the most. Its current reputation as "Sports Bar street" might lack glamour but with an eclectic array of venues along this small strip there is a bevy of options not limited to places to "catch the game".
Noba at Viktoriagatan 1A - elegant and cosy Nordic bar serving good food and a large range of bottled beers.
Odyssea in Loco at Viktoriagatan 2A - on the corner Parkgatan with a covered outside area and classily decorated interior this restaurant is known for it's great steaks.
Restaurang Adler at Viktoriagatan 2B - known for it's Swedish cuisine and cocktail bar on the upper floor and is named after the architect who designed the building.
Notch at Viktoriagatan 3 - American sports bar can be busy on weekends and when a big match is on the TV but all other times you can guarantee a comfy seat and plenty of space.
Kappa Bar at Viktoriagatan 3 - gaming bar with consoles playing FIFA and Street Fighter amongst other classics.
The Queen at Viktoriagatan 5 - traditional English Boozer that always has the big matches and cheap pre-drinks on the weekend attracting the young clubbing crowd.
Koka at Viktoriagatan 12 - Michelin starred in 2016, Koka is a celebrated restaurant famous for serving classic west coast Swedish fare. The associated Björns Bar in the basement serves light snacks and fantastic wines.