Reykjavík – Drinks for the Thirsty

Thirsty? Reykjavík has got you covered.

 

Prikid.

Coffeeshop, bar, restaurant, nightclub: Prikid. We were told that Icelandic hip hop was born here.

Koffin

We actually visited Koffin multiple times. The bartenders were all very friendly and they served good drinks. Koffin’s also located in a nice spot, right where Laugavegur (major shopping street) turns into Bankastræti (another street).

The Drunk Rabbit

I always have to hit up an Irish pub when I’m traveling somewhere. There were, of course, drinks for the thirsty. (I also ordered the fish & chips and, honestly? I’ll be dreaming about those fish & chips for a good long while.)

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Bryggjan Brugghús

A brewery. We came in here at a weird hour (3 pm), which is why it looks so empty. This one’s down at the harbor — you can see the boats from the windows.

Sæta Svínið Gastropub

Clearly this is the place to try out a flight of Icelandic beers. It’s also where I had a shot of Brennivín (Iceland’s national drink, essentially).

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Walking all over Reykjavík can really work up a person’s appetite, too. Stay tuned.

 

Thanks for reading,

Emme

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