Gröne Jägaren / Stockholm

Götgatan 64 Stockholm 118 26
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 01:00

Den gröne Jägaren is a bar and restaurant at Götgatan 64 in Södermalm, Stockholm, Sweden. It began at a small tavern in the 1600s at Sankt Paulsgatan, near Van der Nootska Palace. It is said that Jacob Johan Anckarström ate his dinner at the Den gröne Jägaren on March 16, 1792 before he went to the Gustavian Opera House to shoot the king Gustav III.Today's restaurant is located on the ground floor of Hellgrenska Palace and was built in 1866. On the façade there is the classic flag sign with a green clad hunter with his gun. It is described as having some of the cheapest beer in the capital.

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Tips from the Net @ Gröne Jägaren
Mariana Eller en
I was there to see the karaoke contest, it was super fun! The food was good and also the service 🙂 GooglePlace - April 2018
Fredrik Olsson en
Cheap, but.... Well. An ok place if you just want to have a Cheap beer with your friends. GooglePlace - February 2018
Natnael Zewude en
A place to taste food GooglePlace - October 2017
Willem van Opzeeland en
Good to watch a sports match, with (for Stockholm standards) reasonably priced beer GooglePlace - September 2017
Banner Design en
Overpriced and boring place. The wine (both white and red) was so disgusting. Almost no place to sit, too. The bar was full and when I found a place, they told me it's only for those who are gonna eat. However noone ate there at the time. GooglePlace - May 2017