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Located close to the factory (250 m) is KaffeKvarnen, a café that offers a harmonious complement to your visit. Here you can buy ice cream, pastry from the bakery or enjoy a glas of vin with some food. All that in an environment that indicatives a historical meeting point. The environment at KaffeKvarnen is awarded, both for its interior and exterior. KaffeKvarnen is owned by Klässbols Linneväveri. New entrepreneur to operate Kaffekvarnen from the season 2018, is Weronica Johansson. The premises are extremely suitable for weddings, birthdays, private parties, etc.
On Klässbols confectionery you can buy, taste and see how genuine caramels are made. All according to recipe from before. Everything from small caramels to big clubs, great for children as well as adults.
Klässbols konfektyrs website
Are you in Arvika, do not miss Nordell’s bakery and pastry shop located on the Arvika town square. Here you will always have day-to-day bread from your own bakery, as well as a variety of cakes, pastries and condiments. Nordells is in the White Guide and also has a lunch restaurant at the Rackstad Museum.
Nordells konditoris website
Olsson Brygga Olssons is one of Värmland’s most popular restaurant and entertainment facilities with a total capacity of 2000 visitors. The resort consists of a restaurant, outdoor dining areas, lounge, conference and banqueting rooms, bars, night club and live stages. In August each year, Arvika Hamnfest and hosts both artists and visitors from near and far.
Olssons Bryggas website
Get amazed by Elin’s backyard who recently sailed up as a given lunch restaurant to recommend. Beautiful inside and out in the backyard. The food is fresh and healthy and the big theme is soups.
Elins bakgårds website
If you are visiting the area during the summer, you can make stop at Värmskog Café to the south of the Klässbol area. Värmskog Café is widely known for its huge prawn sandwiches and amazing surroundings.
Värmskogs Cafés website
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