About Us

About Us

 
Johan’s Jӧe Swedish Coffee House & Café celebrated our Grand Opening September 2015, in Downtown West Palm Beach! Founders and award-winning entrepreneurs, Nicklas and Bernt Thuden are proud to share a modern version of the traditional Swedish café with south Florida.

I want to deliver an experience for the customer, and to give them something to talk about; something to come back for!

— owner and native Swede, Nicklas Thuden

Serving a custom blend of Sweden’s most ethical and environmentally friendly coffee and tea from Löfbergs Lila, award-winning and eco-friendly Swedish coffee roasters, Johan’s Jӧe promises to deliver nothing but the most delicious cup of coffee! Swedish favorites and authentic Scandinavian baked goods will be prepared, in addition to scrumptious croissants, pastries, muffins, bagels, hand-made gourmet sandwiches, salads, soups, and savory breakfast and lunch options.

The space exudes cosmopolitan comfort, inspired by the chic, clean, and minimalistic style that is quintessentially Scandinavian. Comfortable seating areas invite patrons to kick back and stay awhile, and with multi-charging accessibility available, it’s the ideal space for working lunches, or an afternoon ”Fika” (coffee break), to catch up on emails or social media. The bright, open concept cafe features floor to ceiling windows, providing panoramic views of the bustling downtown area. Beautiful outdoor seating allows our customers to enjoy their caffeine kick while taking in the fresh air!

It has been a longtime dream of ours to share a ‘taste of Scandinavia’ with the south Florida community, our second home.

— Thuden

With over 14 years’ experience running a bustling, hugely successful café in Sweden, Nicklas is excited to bring his expert baking skills and knack for gorgeous, over the top, food presentation to West Palm Beach, guaranteed to tantalize the taste buds of everyone who walks through the door. Serving up their signature service and smiles, Johan’s Jӧe hopes to create a “Family” of customers to indulge with their stateside staples, and Swedish delicacies.