The house where Chokladkoppen is located was probably built as early as the 1520s and has a staircase towards Stortorget and medieval masonry on three floors.
In the 1620s, the building was owned by the seiner Hans Seyfridzt, and therefore the building is today called the Seyfridtz House. When Hans Seyfridzt died, his widow remarried with Johan Eberhard Schantz, who also owned the house on the left, where Café Kaffekoppen is located.
During a renovation in the 18th century, the Seyfridtzska house got its current look with Stockholm's yellow facade facing Stortorget.
The rainbow flag tells about the café’s gay-friendly image, and Chokladkoppen is for sure a popular spot among the gays in town.
Here you can pick up flyers about parties and other upcoming gay events in Stockholm, and you can also get your own copy of the Swedish magazine QX for free!