Cupcake STHLM introduces American tradition to the Swedish capital

From the left, owners Mikael Ingeltun and Martin Johansson, together with the U.S. Ambassador to Sweden Matthew Barzun, and Eva Hafstr?m, wife of the Swedish Ambassador to the United States Jonas Hafstr?m.Inauguration of Cupcake STHLM in Stockholm. From the left, owners Mikael Ingeltun and Martin Johansson, together with the U.S. Ambassador to Sweden Matthew Barzun, and Eva Hafstr?m, wife of the Swedish Ambassador to the United States Jonas Hafstr?m.

AFTER RETURNING to Sweden from his job as the former chef at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington, D.C., Martin Johansson, together with colleague Mikael Ingeltun, started a cupcake business — Cupcake STHLM (http://www.cupcakesthlm.se) – in the Swedish capital.

Martin Johansson and Mikael Ingeltun of Cupcake STHLM in StockholmMartin Johansson and Mikael Ingeltun of Cupcake STHLM in Stockholm

INSPIRED BY the American trend, they opened this store with only cupcakes a few months ago, and the locals can taste their creations while listen to American Jazz. “It would be great to see all my old friends from Washington and the U.S. over the holidays, and we welcome them to stop by and enjoy the delights of our new cupcake bakery,” says owner Martin Johansson.

Cupcake STHLM is located at S:t Eriksgatan 83, 113 32 Stockholm. Hours: Monday-Friday 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 noon – 5 p.m. Tel. 08- 83 80 83.

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