Located in the heart of Stockholm is Pas d'Art, an iconic brasserie once known as Cafe Wiener.

Oozing glamour, colour and heritage, the new Pas d'Art brasserie is warm and vibrant, serving guests from breakfast through to dinner. Split across two levels, Pas d'Art features a welcoming bar lounge area with patterned bar stools, a turquoise bar front, patterned terrazzo flooring and shimmering antique mirror detailing. A mezzanine level looms overhead and contrasts again the gold painted ceiling with original architectural detailing. Here, guest are able to enjoy drinks and snacks before being taken through to the main dining area. 

Photography by James McDonald.

Featuring a sprawling hand-painted mural by British artist, Gary Myatt, which depicts scenes of traditional Swedish folklore, the main dining room makes an impact with its bold colour palette of red and gold. A harlequin pattern-inspired painted ceiling looms overhead and echoes the curves and art deco influences of local architecture whilst Murano glass wall lights shaped like faces adorn the walls and nod to the Swedish art movement, Swedish Grace. A mixture of banquette and dining chair seating is divided by frosted glass panels, helping to create  relaxed yet private ambience, perfect for dinner with friends and family.