Tous Les Jours

| Words: Micha Van Dinther

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Tous Les Jours

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Back in the late 1990s, 7Eleven was the go-to place for hard-to-find products from cool foreign brands. It was literally the only place where Stockholmers could stock up on Häagen-Dazs ice cream, single portion-sized Philadelphia cream cheese and bottles of Clearly Canadian fruit-flavoured water.

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            Inspired by the idea of a high-caliber convenience store, but in an updated form, Kjell Doktorow and friends opened Tous Les Jours – “everyday” in French. By housing a coffee shop, a florist, a lunch spot, a magazine stall and a kiosk all under one roof, Doktorow hopes to appeal to different sorts of people. The carefully-selected items available for sale include chocolate from Marou, olive oil from Alziari and juices from Alain Millat. There is always freshly-brewed coffee available and the all-day menu features porridge, a Reuben sandwich, a tuna melt and a large selection of home-baked goods. And on weekends, Tous Les Jours will even deliver their popular breakfast packages to your doorstep.

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Tous Les Jours

Tegnérgatan 7

Photo: Beata Holmgren/Studio Emma Svensson

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