Boulebar Rålambshov Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Boulebar Rålambshov
Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Normally visiting Stockholm for me is in and out the same day for work with Boozt, but this last week have been a bit different because my usual partner in crime Mr. Lindeborg will became a parent for the second this morning – so on our main SS16 buys for Tommy Hilfiger and Ralph Lauren brands I was join by Mr. Bruun Famme and Ms. Dabrynskaya from our amazing Merchandising Team. 

Even-do we have very different ways to achieve our professional goal, Mr. Bruun Famme and I have over the last couple of years learn to respekt different ways and celebrate the the joined goal.

This weekend we decide to stay in Stockholm for the weekend, what was very strange was nearly half the restaurants where closed for the summer. So at Tommy Hilfiger Mr. Antonsson made us a little Stockholm stroll that we used Sunday and we definitely owe him one – but will be easy for he stays in Christianshavn one night a week, so I will as I have promised make a guide of my favorite spots there soon.

We started of at the Boulebar in Rålabshov a cool concept with 4 locations in Stockholm where you can play boule and have drinks and food before or after you play. You got a friendly and relaxed service with a French ambience.

Mälarpaviljongen Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Photo: Mr. Staalsø

After a short walk by the water we had our second stop at Mälarpaviljongen with most amazing interior and garden shop and seats on pontons in the water, actually the perfect spot for a whole day of relaxing in the sun.

Orangeriet Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Photo: Mr. Staalsø

But the stroll had to go on and we where told to try the pizzas at Orangeriet a little further down the lake, great lunch and Italian lemonade. The it was time for a afternoon rest some Wimbledon and Tour de France.

Mr. French Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Mr. French
Photo: Mr. Staalsø

Mr. Antonsson also had made sure that we would have at great place to our Sunday dinner Mr. French on Gamla Stan unlike Mr. Antonsson the place was more form and less content. The mood, service and interior was amazing , but the food was so so.

So all in all a great Sunday stroll thanks to Mr. Antonsson.


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