Femtopia

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Hornsgatan 149, Stockholm, Sweden, 117 34

Cafe and community space, established Nov 2014. Serves vegan food, coffee, and house-made baked goods. Gluten-free and sugar-free options. LGBTQ-friendly, see website for calendar of events. Open Tue-Thu 10:00am-7:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-8:00pm, Sun 11:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Western, Bakery, European

22 Reviews

First Review by Drakflugan

awesome! - Edit

Gave a try today and will definitely go back there. Friendly staff, original place, delicious vegan cakes and coffee. Need to try out the lunch asap

Pros: cheap, good, open minded

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Ok food - Edit

Ok food, not always good service. No ventilation.

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Sexist Misandrist Cafe - Edit

If you're an Equalist male or female, you'll probably hate the sexist vibe in this place. Over-priced and boring.

I can hardly believe that HappyCow would allow such a sexist establishment to advertise themselves here.

I wonder what these wonderful women would think about it: https://kookykimbo.tumblr.com

Pros: Hopefully will go broke

Cons: Sexist, Overpriced, Hypocritical

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very nice place - Edit

Kind of a hipster place

Pros: good cakes!

Cons: prices were reasonable.

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atmospheric and nice vegan cafe - Edit

Very cute and friendly place. Good coffee and pastries. They have (at least when we visited) homemade ice cream and some lighter foods and everything(!) is vegan :)

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hmm Male tears??? - Edit

Feministic cafe and the cakes was with cheap poison margarin instead of for example raw cakes.
(maybe they have it now?)
Anyway male tears to drink???

wonder what they would say if someone open a cafe with women tears to drink.
one time to visit this place was enough for us.

Pros: not many

Cons: male tears to drink, feministic

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Pons 25 Apr 2017 - Interesting. Actually I have thought about that text myself and I came to this conclusion:
It's a small place and also the only feminist HBTQAI+ cafe in Stockholm (- a city with almost 2,3 million inhabitants). I think they just don't wanna be overrun by random dudes. And therefore the text, I suppose, which is - I agree - not the most friendly. However I still think there’s a reason for it and it may not be exactly 100% serious either . . .

If you are a good human being I don’t think 99,5% of the people there will judge you by how your gender looks. It’s mostly warmhearted people there it seems.

But it’s still a feminist and HBTQ cafe in the first place. Meaning firstly it’s for feminists and people who in some way don’t feel inherence in the rest of world in some way. The Queer-label is also, in my opinion, actually a very wide label.

And for vegans who find that text offensive there Is actually a couple of other vegan options in the cafes nearby. The 100% vegan cafe Delivore reopens next to this place very soon (very nice place that is!) and also the Bistro Rio and Cafe Vurma (both closer to the water) got a lot of vegans options!  


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Friendly, fun, affordable! - Edit

Femtopia is a small feminist cafe/creative space with friendly staff and a cool, indie vibe. There's nice art on the walls, funny feminist slogans and nice vegan food options. You can also help yourself to water from a fountain labelled "male tears"!
Lots of people came and went, many seemed to know each other, giving this a friendly and local vibe. I had a nice coffee and a waffle served with jam and cream, also got to play with a very friendly dog which always helps!
Only downer is that I was served my coffee a while before the waffle came, would have been nice to have them together.

Pros: Friendly atmosphere, Fair prices

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Inclusive and delicious - Edit

A great café, with an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, that serves excellent food and pastries!

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delicious - Edit

Small and cozy vegan cafe. Tried 3 types of cakes and all were very tasty. The coffee was very good too. Friendly stuff, would go there again!

Pros: tasty cakes, good selection of sweets, friendly stuff

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yum - Edit

Super tasty apple tart with cream. I'll come back for more.

Pros: tasty, feminist/hbtq, good vibes

Cons: a bit pricey

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friendly - Edit

Friendly space to relax and have some delicious vegan baked good while sipping a warm beverage.

Pros: all vegan

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LOVELY AND COZY VEGAN CAFE - Edit

Lovely and cozy vegan cafe and feminist art gallery in a beautifull neightboughood.
The food is good and inexpensive for the city standars, the smoothies are delicious!
The staff is very friendly and the expositions are free.
I recomend this place

Pros: Good foot, Amazing smoothies, Friendly ataff

Cons: None

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A lovely space in a great neighbourhood - Edit

Lovely lunchtime spot and relaxing cafe in a great neighbourhood. Some delicious desserts as well as vegan drinks.

Pros: Great staff, Yummy cake, Interesting neighbourhood

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Not bad - Edit

Not a bad place but when we came there they only had one type of cake. The smoothie was nothing special, very bland.

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Queer vegan sanctum - Edit

In the nowadays hipster parts of Stockholm "Hornstull" there are a bunch of queer friendly coffee shops. My favourite of these is the all-vegan Femtopia. The ambiance is incredibly relaxed compared to all other coffee shops in Stockholm I've visited. This comes of course with the downside of having to wait some time if you're ordering one of the sandwiches they make while you're waiting.

The best thing about the place is their unique set of books, small games and drawing equipment, making it a place of creativity, playfulness and very friendly for children. Adding to this that they also have photography and art exhibitions on the walls surrounding the guests, it's not difficult for one to see how it can become one's favourite place in an instant.

Wondering about the name? Well, if you're getting your period while you're there you'll find sanity pads and tampons in the bathroom, everything to make everyone more comfortable. Except for the less down to earth ppl who wouldn't like the feminist vibe of the place. Leaving Femtopia mostly free from patriarchal structures.

Pros: books and drawing equipment, relaxed atmosphere, art gallery

Cons: spartan, small, long wait

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Don't waste your time - Edit

I think this place has a lot of potential since it appeals to the feminist/hbtq scene which is very prominent.
I honestly think that the whole place is kind of a joke though, both the food and the atmosphere.
I ordered two smoothies, for my friend, who is a new vegan and I. Since there was absolutely no place to sit, even with only seven people in the cafe, we stood for about 20 minutes until I was given my smoothie while standing.
The glass was so full that it spilled on my pants leaving a stain, and on the floor.
The worst part was that I was expecting a quality smoothie, one that you cant make in 2 seconds.
The woman put FROZEN blueberries and a GREEN banana in a blender!!

Pros: Hbtq friendly

Cons: Low quality food, Poor service, Bad feminsism

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Chili-chocolate cake! Wahou! - Edit

We planned to have dinner here on saturday evening but they were closing when we arrived (around 6:00 pm). The person was really friendly and offers us to take some cakes to take away. Because they looked so good, we bought one slice of each remaining cake: a chili-chocolate cake with Chantilly and vanilla cream and a chocolate-banana pie. Both were really amazing! Definitely the best cakes I've eaten in Stockholm. I recommend the place for its cakes and its feminist fight, even if the choice is rather limited to eat. They also have an interesting shop full of feminist items.

Pros: vegan and feminist, amazing cakes, friendly staff, good shop

Cons: closes too early, rather limited choice

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awesome place! - Edit

This place kicks-ass! You can order food, smoothies or desserts. They also have allot of books, magazines and boardgames. I had a glass of male tears ( water), apple-pie and a smoothie. Disappointed to say that the pie was too dry and not that good and the smoothie didn't really do it for me either. But the atmosphere is a riiiiot!

Pros: great atmosphere , seating outside, reasonable price

Cons: nothing special about the food, difficult to lock the door to the toilet

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Raydoggy 22 Sep 2017 - Better get that toilet door fixed, I'm sure there will be hordes of males going there to attack females, because we know all males are nothing but pigs and rapists, whose tears we can make fun of :o) But count me out, I don't really like sexist cafes run by bigots. .  


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Delicious, Fresh Cakes - Edit

I had a fresh and delicious piece of cake at this friendly gay/lesbian-friendly restaurant.

Bring your playful mind here, as there are opportunities to draw on the tables, and there are a variety of board games around the restaurant to make you dining experience more relaxing.

The staff here is really pleasant.

Pros: Great cakes

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Cool ALT hang - Edit

Searching around for places to eat on Sunday leaves few options. I noticed that all the food here is vegan, and they only offer dairy for coffee so decided to give it a try. I had the daily soup (beetroot) with side salad and hummus. It was nicely presented and tasted fantastic. They have wi-fi and a relaxed cafe atmosphere.
Updated from previous review on Sunday May 17, 2015

Pros: vegan food, open Sunday

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Charming little place - Edit

A little cafe with feminist atmosphere but all genders are welcome. Friendly, easygoing staff. Only a few seats but it's never been full, I've been there a few times as it's situated nicely just across the street from the best vegetarian/vegan foodstore "Goodstore" Hornstull.

The menu is modest with smoothies, toasts, a few sweet options to have with your coffee. According to the staff everything is vegan, at least when I've been there.

Nice place to go to also with a child as there is a little "playcorner".

Pros: Overall atmosphere, vagina paintings, Vegan, Play-corner for kids

Cons: Limited menu, Small (could get crowded?)

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an interesting place - Edit

I was there a while back, on -fettisdag- so they were selling vegan semlor which is pretty cool. Sadly i didn´t taste any, i ate a soast sandwich which was pretty good. their smoothy-meny is a bit difficult to understand and i felt dumb for asking i just picked something i did get.

there arent that many places to sit in the cafe but you do get a lot of space between yourself and the neighboor-table.
there is also a corner where there are some random stuff like gritter, paper, glue and so on, for pottering. I cant remember how much it cost but its a good idea if you feel like making something while drinking your tea.

I would like to go there again cause i like what the cafe is representing

Pros: Vegan-friendly, not expensive, LGBT-friendly

Cons: the layout of the menu could be better

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