Stockholm is a village in Pepin County, Wisconsin, United States, founded in 1854 by immigrants from Karlskoga, Sweden. The population was 66 at the 2010 census. The village is located within the Town of Stockholm.
Things to do in Stockholm
5 based on 64 reviews
We stopped by on a day trip around Lake Pepin. The tarts are beautiful and live up to their reputation. The lemon tart has the perfect amount of tartness. The chocolate and nuts are nicely balanced on the turtle tart and the chocolate is smooth and creamy. The line is definitely worth the wait and the garden is a great place to enjoy a treat.
4.5 based on 270 reviews
Stopped at the Harbor View Cafe in Pepin, WI on Friday for lunch. We were there at 5 minutes to 11 am - they were open at 11. The place filled up almost immediately, the locals obviously know what a fantastic find this is. Lots of wonderful seafood on the menu, an impressive wine list for a place this size and at reasonable prices and tasty deserts.
4 based on 109 reviews
Four of us for a late breakfast had a variety of things to eat. The people we were with were well known to the proprietress and this element of local life made things amusing. I can seriously recommend the hash and the coffee, quite an exceptional meandering of tastes.
You can sit inside or outside, outside is very pleasant indeed. The lavatory is clean although just possibly a little tricky if you were in a wheelchair?
There's a contiguous sort of shop area and an ice cream place, which we were advised to visit but for some utterly misguided reason, didn't.
If you're passing through Stockholm, I'd go here. If heading south on the main road towards Wabasha, turn left and it's just up on the left.
4.5 based on 146 reviews
"One of the 18 Legendary Pie Shops in the United States" USA Today "One of the 50 best pie shops in America, best in Wisconsin" Delish Extraordinary pie in such a charming spot! Famous for our pie, you will also find delicious lunch items, all made from scratch - homemade bread for our sandwiches, amazing pot pies, savory pies and quiches. Even a delicious marinated veggie salad! Delectable espresso drinks from our barista featuring Illy coffee. Tasty ice cream, floats and cones too! (don’t forget the a la mode!) While you are here explore our charming General Store - filled with exceptional selections of award winning cheeses, jams, jellies, local foods, chocolate, artisan brews, wines and spirits - all Wisconsin made! Named "1 of the 100 best places to eat in the U.S." by Roadfood . Gourmet said that our Double Lemon pie was "one of the 53 best things they ate" Newly expanded store, free Wifi and out door seating, Come visit soon!
On our drive back to the Twin Cities from Lacrosse, we stopped in for a piece of the famous pie. I had Apple, with a crisp topping. $6 for a slice of pie, in a very small town in rural Wisconsin, seemed pretty ridiculous. But worse yet was the amount of sugar dumped into this poor slice of pie. Granted, the serving was large. But the sugary taste was horrible. It was hard to even notice that it was apple filling. Luckily I did not ask for ice cream, or whipped cream, on top !
4.5 based on 232 reviews
Featuring fresh cut salads, Fresh ground burgers, wood-fired pizzas, warm specialty sandwiches, creative pastas, dinner entrees, weekend dinner features, full bar, and attached coffee shop and lounge with weekend live music. Breakfast Tues-Fri at 7:00am, Sat-Sun at 8:00am. Coffee Depot opens at 6:00am Tues-Fri and 7:00am Sat & Sun. Both businesses closed Mondays.
I was looking for a coffeeshop on the way through Lake City on a cold day. This location was one of the few we could find. The south side of the building is the coffeeshop/restaurant. Choices are similar to a Caribou or Starbucks. The roll and pastry selection is great (try the glazed lemon poppyseed muffins). However, the only creamer selections are the fake stuff. Come on folks, if you are shooting for a quality atmosphere, ya gotta do the little things!
Comfortable seating scattered about, a selection of games in one corner, an electronic "fireplace", must be wifi from the number of millenials glued to their electronics, and plenty of windows, the place is comfortable. I could do without the large screen TV on the wall, it detracts from the rest of the ambiance....
5 based on 40 reviews
I love this place. The folks who work here makes some excellent sandwiches and they truly care that you enjoy it. I do wish they were open more hours but it's open most of the times I want to go there. Super friendly staff and fantastic food!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
It fantastic to finally have a great place in Lake City to hang out and relax with friends. Great menu of coffees and snacks to choose from.
4 based on 22 reviews
If I could give this restaurant a zero, I would. We were very much looking forward to going here per the reviews. When we got there we were seated right away. Twenty minutes went by, there were 2 waitresses in our section and not one of them even offered us water. People after us were being helped and even though they clearly saw us there, they did nothing. We finally got up and left. It was ridiculous!!
4 based on 36 reviews
Gelly's is the only full bar in Stockholm! We're open for any meal of the day with daily specials. Friday, come try our lightly battered Atlantic cod! Friday and Saturday we offer Swedish pancakes and real Wisconsin maple syrup for $5. Sunday brunch is available from 9-noon. Don't forget to try our homemade bloody Mary! May all who enter as guests, leave as friends!
Food is great. Waitresses are awesome. However, The owner, Rebecca Pope, is the worst, most unprofessional business owner I've seen in my life. She cannot run the place nor treat her employees professionally. I've seen it and I don't even work there.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
Chickadee Cottage Cafe, Lake City, Mn On the Great River Road
Nine women friends and I thoroughly enjoyed our luncheon date at the Chickadee Cottage Cafe. That's what it is, a cute cottage, lovely decorating and beautiful flowers in the gardens outside. We were there for lunch which they start serving at 11 a.m. (breakfast is before that time) We got there early as we were concerned we would not have time to enjoy our meal and make our next event, which was a paddle boat ride. It was no problem, as they had our table all ready. We ordered our drinks and the gals shopped a little, that's right, they have lots of cute things for sale, and we were allowed to order a little early, which turned out time wise just perfect. Most of us had their famous chicken salad, which is served with 3 slices of banana bread. MMMMM. Everyone agreed everything was delicious. The service was just great too. We will do a special ladies luncheon again soon.
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