The classic, inner city tram system in the Swedish capital was discontinued in 1967. On Södermalm, the southern part of central Stockholm, the restaurant Linje Tio (Line Ten) serves as a reminder of the trams that once used to fill up the streets in this part of town; the restaurant is named after one of the central tram lines. Just like its old public transport precursor, Linje Tio strives to be as accessible as possible. “We’re trying to appeal to everyone, and we’re very much into diversity. Restaurants are essentially meeting places for different people from different backgrounds,” says Joel Söderbäck, one of the founders who, together with Andreas Bergman and Robert Rudinski, runs the restaurant and bar.