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Kaffibarinn is one of the oldest bars in town. The tourist to local hipster ratio has understandably shifted in favour of the tourists in the last decade or so. But that does not seem to make Kaffibarinn any less hip. In fact it sort of adds a new level of coolness. Kaffibarinn at the weekends is an…
One of the oldest and best bars in the neigborhood. Good music and good place to party on weekends.
Historical 25 years old spot for local artist and musicians. Great DJ scene everyday.
“If you are looking for something different to do, a punk museum in a old public bathroom is definitely it.”
“A newcomer in the food / drink scene. This long time local has recently been renovated with nice brewery - they offer lots of craft beers and decent prices food to go with their drinks! Like always, we recommend going when they have happy hour :D”
“If you’re looking for a good cocktail without a hoity-toity atmosphere, Bar Ananas is your best bet, the crowd is pretty stylish, but it’s fine to wear whatever you wore to the Golden Circle that day. Visiting the extraordinaire local bohème-haunt Bar Ananas is a journey by itself. The inside is all tiki themed with bamboo reeds, flamingo wall art, and umbrellas hanging from the ceiling. You’ll probably start craving a piña colada as you sit inside, but the best deals are on certain beers and glasses of wine.”
“One of the capital’s most ambitious venues, the i8 Gallery has earned an excellent international reputation, in addition to its loyal following at home. Past exhibitions have included multimedia installations created by Danish artist Olafur Eliasson, and participatory environments designed by Brazilian pioneer Ernesto Neto.”
“Welcome to the Grillmarket At the heart of the culinary experience that is the Grillmarket is Iceland´s pristine nature. A close working collaboration with dedicated local farmers guarantees the very best in local produce and allows us to create a menu that´s a magical fusion of tradition and modern cuisine. Just some of the local products that feature on the menu are lamb, beef, trout, quail, skyr and honey. At the Grillmarket our aim is to work closely with local farmers. We buy most of our produce directly from the farm. They tell us what’s in season, then we cook the product our own special way and the customer gets to enjoy the end result. Through our cooking we strive to highlight the origin of each product while using fire, smoke, fire logs and coal. The outcome is an unexpected and exciting culinary treat for our customers where our Icelandic heritage and the modern age meet.”