Originally founded by Swedish immigrants in the late 19th Century, Andersonville has become known for its Scandinavian influence. In August, workers with the Swedish American museum reinstalled the neighborhood's iconic Swedish flag water tower that was taken down due to damage in 2014.
But there’s more to the neighborhood than Scandinavian cuisine and culture. Today, it’s also one of the city’s largest LGBTQ communities, and full of trendy businesses, shops, and restaurants. From martinis and mulled wine to a few of the city’s best restaurants for breakfast and brunch, here are 16 great places to eat and drink in Andersonville.Read More