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An offshoot of acclaimed midtown spot Aquavit, Aquavit Cafe offers traditional Scandinavian dishes in a laid-back, casual settting.
The latest branch of Marcus Samulesson's popular Scandinavian bakery and sandwich shop opens in Hell's Kitchen.
Think of this Columbus Circle-area cafe as a Scandinavian Le Pain Quotidien, with a menu of sandwiches and hearty plates.
Marcus Jernmark’s Nordic classic gets a new menu and décor
Lower East Side Scandanavian eatery White Slab Palace has spun off this Swedish market, peddling goods like cheeses and candies.
Morningside Heights cracks the Norse code with this sorta-kinda Norwegian-esque spot
Sweet and savory crepes made to order from the owners of Smorgas Chef
Authentic Scandinavian food, including staples like Swedish Meatballs.
The folks behind Good World Bar & Grill bring you another lovely and relaxed Scandinavian-inflected eat-and-drinkery.