Retro Bar & Restaurang / Stockholm

Sveavägen 120 Stockholm 104 32
Opening Hours
Sun, Fri, Sat 13:00 - 01:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 14:00 - 01:00

Retro bar och restaurang har ambitionen att vara den självklara mötesplatsen för alla. Här ska vänner, familjer, kollegor, par och bekanta kunna umgås i en trevlig och avslappnad miljö med bra service. En trevlig afterwork med kollegorna, en god middag med familjen eller fräscha drinkar i baren. Retro kan vara början på en rolig utekväll eller varför inte hela utekvällen? Våra barer erbjuder ett bra barhäng med välkomnande och kunnig personal. Välkommen in!

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Tips from the Net @ Retro Bar & Restaurang
Cédric Fontaine en
We waited more than 1 hour for a beer and 30 min to pay. The waiter/tress were aggressive when you dare moving from your table to ask for your beer 1 hour after the orders. All the tables around us were mad at the waiter/tress as well. GooglePlace - November 2017
Mahatma Cote en
A decent sports bar. Regular bar food and draught beer reasonably priced, friendly staff, many screens. ....all good. GooglePlace - September 2017
Maximilian Kaul en
Be careful with the food. Nachos with melted cheese (extra charge) is actually nachos with almost frozen cheese. Complaining to the waitress gets the cheese re-heated to room temperature. Similar experiences for me friends. It used to be normal-quality food. GooglePlace - June 2017
Matt turner en
decent place for a pint and watch sport- I was there for the Europa lge final so it ticked the boxes👍 GooglePlace - May 2017
Bart van Dalfsen en
We wanted to see the Formula 1 race live here which wasn't offered, only soccermatches on the screens. We ended up viewing a stream via the Wifi... ...and paying heavily for two cheeseburger menus, a couple of soda's and one coffee. I recommend spending your money on a fast mobile internet SIM card and having drinks in one of the many great places in Stockholm and watch there an F1 race or any other than soccer sportsmatch instead of here. GooglePlace - July 2016