Scandinavian restaurant in NYC?
Used to love dining at the old Copenhagen restaurant in the fifties on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, it's long gone. Aside from Aquavit, is there a restaurant that serves this kind of fare? Smorgaasbord (spelling?), lots herring, vodka in ice, etc. Swedish mother is visiting for the holidays and would love to take her to a great spot - if one exists. Thanks!
I am following this closely...back in the gas-log, hobble-skirt era, I loved the old Gripsholm at 324 E.57th. Long gone, but lots of fun.
The herring is good at the Smorgas Chef W. Village. So are most of the dishes I had.
CONTACT - Smorgas Chef.com--Fine Scandinavian Cuisine
Smörgås Chef West Village is located on 283 W. 12th Street (crossing West 4th Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues). HOURS: DINNER: ...
283 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10014
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I love Aquavit and Smorgas, but I remember when IKEA first opened in NJ, I used to love going there for the cafe (I was much younger then...). I've heard of people doing the same now that there's also an IKEA in Brooklyn. Seriously, google "IKEA Brooklyn restaurant" and see what pops up.