[↑] A combined coffee bar and concept store, Heyday is a millennial-pink boutique where customers can sip pastel-coloured lattes while browsing eclectic home décor items.
[↑] Seminarieparken used to be where teachers-to-be trained in botany. Today, the idyllic park offers a beautiful setting for a stroll amidst trees and green plants.
[↑] It’s always a good day for a treat at Heyday where customers can shop local design items with a side of coffee.
[↑] Eco-bakery Cum Pane specialises in bread but also serves beautiful twisted cardamom buns. A Gothenburg institution, many of the city’s bakery chefs have been trained by head baker Robin Edberg.
[↑] Tucked behind a garage door, the restaurant, bar, and events space at Studio HPKSM serves up music, wine, and atmosphere−with a menu boasting rustic Italian flavours.
[↑] Opened in 2015 with 50 seats in a small garage, Studio HPKSM has since grown to be one of Gothenburg’s most popular places for music, food, and drinks.
[↑] Colour is an understatement at Heyday, a café and boutique sporting the opposite of typical Swedish design and showcasing an array of local brands.
[↑] A little treasure with an industrial feel, Olssons Vin is where crowds feast on budget-friendly charcuterie platters and generous pours of Bourgogne blanc.
Photos James Silverman