A pure celebration of Scandinavia and its high-grade native ingredients is Röda Huset, or Red House. It’s indeed set in a crimson-hued building, layered over three floors with the top-floor bar showcasing ground-to-ceiling glass which expands on stellar views of the city. Co-owner and head bartender Hampus Thunholm – previously beverage director at the now-shuttered legendary remote Swedish restaurant Fäviken – is in charge of the drink design, where each season 17 idiosyncratic cocktails focus on bringing the best out of pristine produce from around the country. A mainstay is Thunholm’s lip-smacking Good Crème, which takes the milk of unique cows grazing the lush pastures of the island of Gotland and clarifies it with vodka, green apples and vernal grass. Food is taken as seriously as drink, with a simple list of sharing plates backed up by some of Stockholm’s finest pizzas. A new bar with a clear identity, Röda Huset is set to be a key player in the Nordic bar scene and beyond.