This former silversmith workshop building is now one of the nicest spots in town: AG (i.e. the symbol of silver in chemistry) is a meat restaurant, a tapas bar, and an overall welcoming place where I really enjoy staying long, drinking and chatting till late in the evening.
From the ground level, located on a secondary street in Kungsholmen island, a guard will let you in through a spiral staircase to the second floor. Here, AG welcomes its customers with a wide open showcase of wines and meats (in multiple cuts, sizes and shapes). Indeed AG is heaven for any meat-lovers (although there are some vegetarian alternatives): the restaurant and the bar offer meat dishes (local and not), and several types of tapas with fish, veggies and specials delicatessen, among which my beloved Finocchiona – a fennel salami typical from Tuscany, or Cecina – a smoked and cured Spanish beef). Often there are themed after-works during the week, like the pinxos Onsdag (i.e. Skewer Wednesday).
An extra reason for visiting AG is its location: Kronobergsgatan is Stockholm’s first legal street art wall. I’m sure you’ll be surprised (at the very least) by the huge blue graffiti which is now decorating the exterior wall of AG made by Swedish artist Carolina Falkholt. Why I say so? Go and check it out!