As the name implies, Crazy Horse Saloon & Bar is inspired by the Wild West. With emphasis on food and drink, the idea is to create a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. A fully stocked bar is by all means a must at a saloon, and this one does not disappoint.
Crazy Horse pays homage to its (in)famous predecessor on Stureplan and got its name from a mad horse that belonged to a Native American chief from Nebraska. The Americana influences are apparent; the colourful walls are adorned with kitschy details and wooden carriage wheels.
There are numerous cheap beer joints in the area, but unlike its competitors, Crazy Horse has high ambitions - especially when it comes to food. High quality pub fare is served, consisting of home made burgers (about 100-120 SEK), BBQ meat (rib eye about 150 SEK) and South Western favourites such as ribs (about 140 SEK), fajitas and nachos. The affordable menu features a little something for everyone.
After dinner, the bar scene is takes the centre stage; the atmosphere is lively and music is played all night long. The black lacquered bar offers a wide selection of drinks: craft beer, house wines and a cider.