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Stofan Cafe

Vesturgata 3, Reykjavík, 101 | +354 546 1842, Iceland
Stofan Cafe in Iceland
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Traditional style

It's easy to see how Stofan (which means living room in Icelandic) got its name: inside this light-filled cafe is a garage sale-like collection of vintage furniture. Go for anything from bagels and coffee or espresso in mismatched porcelain mugs, to bottles of Icelandic beer. It's easy to pass an entire afternoon playing board games on wobbly chair beneath timber beams. Affordable glasses of wine are another draw, though the downstairs bar gets quite crowded during happy hour. Stofan gets bonus points for offering free Wi-Fi.

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