A humble apology for the lack of updates lately – I’m finishing up my masters in applied cultural analysis at Lund University, and it has been taking up all of my concentration. On the bright side, I just recently made a trip back to Sweden for a few seminars and meetings, and got to visit one of Malmö’s newest coffee bars right before it opened.
Rosie’s Coffee & Wine is the name, and it’s located in my old neighborhood near Rönneholm, not far from Kronprinsen. When I visited they hadn’t opened yet and the windows were covered, but it’s in a space that will get a lot of sunlight – don’t let the pictures fool you! Jake Haynes is running the coffee program there, bringing barista experience from a number of world class cafes (most recently Coffee Collective in Denmark). Malmö is a small town so you are never too far from good coffee options, but this neighborhood didn’t have a great place to roll out of bed and into brunch with a good coffee.
Rosie’s is primed to fill that niche, serving espresso drinks and brewed coffee by Coffee Collective (possibly the first shop to do so in Malmö?), as well as fancy icecream from Svaneke, soups by nearby Spoonery (another nice addition to the neighborhood), sandwiches, pastries, and soon they’ll be offering wine in their next-door space. My only gripe is that they didn’t open sooner while I was still living next door!
Map and directions below. Give them a visit, and wish them luck as they have just opened two weeks ago.
Rosie’s Coffee & Wine
Beridaregatan 8, Malmö, Sweden
Check Rosie’s Facebook for current opening hours.
View FRSHGRND – Global Cafe Guide in a larger map