Pop by just as you are, or get your glad rags on and take a pew at the bar for a glass of fine wine. The menu at Vini e Liquori is based on Italian flavours. Try wood-fired pizzettas, specially imported charcuterie and cheeses, as well as the kitchen's own wild boar salsiccia and terrines.
When Robert Maglia opened his well-loved neighbourhood restaurant Enoteca Maglia, he already had plans to open a wine bar. As the name Enoteca, meaning wine cellar in Italian, suggests, the restaurant has a strong emphasis on wine. Guests who, like Maglia, are passionate about great wine and food pairings can delve deep into the world of flavours in the Enoteca Wine Club, in a separate part of the restaurant. Italian wines, in all their range and variety, are the focus.
Right next door to Enoteca Maglia, you'll find its unpretentious little wine bar sister joint. In contrast to the main restaurant, Vini e Liquori serves wines from all over the world, many of them served by the glass. During the daytime you can drop by for a coffee at the bar but when afternoon turns into evening the atmosphere changes and it becomes a lively bar scene. You'll often find a guest DJ spinning tunes in the record corner, and even the odd live performance, as music is another of Maglia's great loves.
In addition to some 280 fine wines, most served by the glass, and 58 varieties of grappa, the bar is passionate about liqueur and in particular the Italian herb liqueur Amaro. Vini e Liquori boasts Sweden's largest selections of Amaro, and if you've never tried the liqueur, this is the place to come and taste and discover it.
- We have some really old Amaros at Vini e Liquori, and some of the brands aren't produced any more, says Robert Maglia.