Right in the middle of the city, where swarms of tourists come and go, strolling in the streets looking for the perfect viking souvenir, there’s an underground oasis where you can take a break with tasty and generous portions of food & beers. This place is Geronimo’s FGT (which stands for F$#*!@ Good Times), a Mexican/Southwestern-inspired restaurant placed in an old basement (like many clubs in Gamla Stan), draped as a dusty bar in the Arizona desert. And what’s better than a fresh (and cheap) margarita to quench your thirst?
Besides being a great lively place for drinks, dinner or romantic dinner (dim light, candles, good drinks. You know…) or brunch (there’s Mexican brunch organized every now and then, check the website in advance), Geronimo’s is also a great concert venue. The small and friendly stage has hosted local as well as international bands, music for nostalgia perhaps, bands from the old days, anyways always-great music. On Wednesdays they also organize music quizes (in Swedish, but still).
One of the many details that I love of Geronimo’s is the menu: a booklet with colorful sketches paying tribute to great rock bands and Mexican culture.