One of the best ways to tackle a weekend hangover in Stockholm is to nestle into the soft red velvet seats at the iconic 1940s movie theatre Bio Rio in Hornstull. On Sundays at 10:30am it hosts breakfast screenings, where you can catch a retro or newly-released indie movie while snacking on a simple smorgåsbord of yoghurt and muesli, fruit and an open Swedish sandwich, and knocking back as much coffee as you feel like. It’s almost always packed, so be sure to book ahead. Still hungry? The recently redesigned adjoining American-style diner has an affordable vegetarian menu. You can also grab a beer or wine here before an evening screening.
Time Out tip: Many of the films shown are in English or have English-language subtitles, but check in advance to make sure you don’t end up trying to make sense of an obscure Japanese arthouse offering via a Swedish translation.