If television screens is your thing, look no further, at least 6 off them here. But the main reason for visiting this place is their wide and fine selection of good beers.
Food is also served, i had a good steak, nicely prepared, and also uite reasonable.
Visited during the royal wedding, and was happy to find this as a wedding free zone.
It was WC fotball all the way..
Nice placwe with a decent selection of beers. Located not far from Avenyn. Good service, I was even served some garlic bread while having a beer. 12 taps with a decent selection. Bottles to the left in a fridge are more interesting, you can find a gem for a good price here now and then.
gnoff (602) Mölndal, Sweden | August 3, 2010| Updated March 24, 2013
Looks rather plain from the outside, but has a fairly big beer selection and a nice staff. Very close to the Avenue and fair prices. Update: Have eaten there a few times, good food as well and not too bad at the price range. Good place to go if you want sports on your TV sets while eating and/or drinking.
Updated from last visit on March 23, 2013. I go here to seldom, well worth poppping in for a few beers if in central Gothenburg.
Visited with Gnoff. Part of a hotel, downstairs area with a limited but nice selection of rotatting Swedish brews along with other Scandinavians or North American.
Nice small draft list with some nice bottle offerings.
Not much of an atmosphere to speak of
A pleasant place to visit for a few beers. This basement bar is not the most atmospheric of places, and the beer range is not the biggest, but there is a lot of quality on offer, including some rather unusual offerings from the likes of Stroud and De Leckere.
Right off the main street. This is really a neighborhood pub for ordinary Gothenbergers, no hipsters or tourists. As others have siad, they have an odd-ball selection of beers from all over including lots of things I’d never seen in Sweden before. Not exactly a must-visit, but the options on this side of town are pretty limited, so check it out if you’re in the mood for something a little different.