IKEA Swedish Easter Paskbord

I enjoy blogging about fun things to do around Atlanta, especially events that allow families to celebrate other cultures.

On Friday, March 18th, 2016, we’ll be going to IKEA Atlanta to celebrate Spring with an authentic Easter Påskbord.

This annual Swedish Easter Buffet will be open from 6 to 8 p.m. Continuing IKEA’s reputation for value, this all-you-can-eat event is just $16.99 for adults and $4.99 for kids aged 12 & under. IKEA FAMILY Members enjoy a discount of $4 off adult admission and $2 off kids’ tickets. It’s recommended that you purchase tickets ahead of time because seating will be limited. Also, the normal restaurant menu will not be available during this event.

So, what does one eat at a Swedish Påskbord, you ask? Check out the menu!


Not being Swedish, I had to Google a couple of things, such as Jansson’s Temptation (gratin-style potatoes) and Prinskorv (Swedish sausages). I have never tried herring, but my dear Swedish friend Marie insists it’s delicious, so I’m going to give it a go. There will also be a unique drink to try, called Paskmust, a spiced cola-type beverage that I’ve heard described as a cross between Dr. Pepper and root beer.

(I love Dr. Pepper but hate root beer, so it’ll be interesting to see what I think it tastes like!)

Come back after to hear my review of this celebration. I’m really looking forward to it, and hope you will join us there!


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