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Mikkeller and Friends Reykjavík make their own beer, they have local beer, they have gluten-free beer and even weirdly tasting beer – recommended only for the bravest of drinkers! Skúli Craft Bar is where you sit down with a group of friends, have a date with yourself or in a duo to indulge in some delightful sips.
The bar has a strong focus on the rewarded Borg Brewery, a local favorite but mix into the menu some rare find from all over the world.
They do collaborations with Icelandic breweries as well as international ones, which are a welcomed blend into their menu of famous Brewdog beers.
Brew Dog Reykjavik has fantastic food options and can even cater to Vegans and the Gluten-Free both in drinks and dishes. Its range of local and international beers is vast, but they do offer 5 or 10-beer samplers if you don’t know where to start.
With a legendary atmosphere and strong word of mouth behind it, Microbar is worth seeking out.This sushi based restaurant was originally called Sushi Samba but was sued and needed to change its name after appearing in numerous gossip magazines worldwide when the last photo of Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise was taken leaving this very place!After the scandal, they changed the name to from Samba to Social and have just gotten better and better, their cocktails being the cherry on top. From the outside you can’t tell at all but once inside you have entered a club in Miami in the ’70s.is a handsome, old-fashioned establishment, with worn leather armchairs, a hardwood floor and bar and – because it’s on the first floor – a view of the street below.While a little pricier than some other establishments in the area, Loftið offers an impressive cocktail and whiskey menu.