The World's Most Socially Distanced Restaurant-In The Middle of Nowhere

The World's Most Socially Distanced Restaurant-In The Middle of Nowhere

Jun. 09, 2020

This summer, Oddbird, the winery producing wine liberated from alcohol opens a temporary restaurant in a nature reserve outside Stockholm. Six tables are scattered around in particularly beautiful locations free from contact with other guests, in the middle of the forest, in the fields and by the water.

All six places at Nowhere are individually designed by the Danish interior design duo The Norrmans using recycled furniture and materials. The menu is created by chefs Linn Söderström and Marion Ringborg, who are behind restaurant Garba in Stockholm. Oddbird’s traditionally crafted wines liberated from alcohol are served together with the meal.

Mehmet Gürbüzer at Oddbird says:

"Over time, we have become experts at fleeing, both mentally and physically, but on account of the corona crisis, we were grounded and forced to a halt. Instead of travelling abroad, we now find ourselves out in the nature and discovering magical places we had not previously regarded as destinations. It is not really the place in itself that we want to get to with Nowhere, rather a state of mind."


Restaurant reservations open on 22nd June at

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