Author: - The Reykjavik Grapevine

FJALAKÖTTURINN

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Opened a month ago, Fjalakotturinn, which means “the cat on the boards,” (boards as in theatre), stands on the oldest…

Vegamót

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Unless you have the parking god on your side you are going to have to cruise for a parking space…

Maria Full of Grace: Coming to America Gets an Update

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In a year plagued by bloated, soulless, computer driven movie-star disaster epics, along comes a movie so human and powerful…

Lækjarbrekka

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The oldest house in Reykjavik, built in 1854 by a wealthy Danish merchant is also one of its oldest restaurants,…

Kaffi Sólon

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Location, location, location. Kaffi Sólon is a big, friendly space with a big upstairs bar and possibly the best window…

Angelo

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This quiet modish bistro adjacent to the discreet Hotel Fron seems miles away from Reykjavík’s thumping party central while being…

Eating Iceland

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Banned in the USA Eysteinsson, who began as a chef at the Hótel Holt, wisely keeps the place open seven…