Langabúð cafe is in the oldest building in Djupivogur, dating back to 1790. The cafe offers a wide variety of homemade goods such as soups, bread with salmon and smoked lamb, cappuccino, espresso, latte, and delicious cakes. The menu has a variety of vegan and gluten-free choices. You can also try out a selection of Icelandic beers and spirits.
Langabúð is also Djupivogur’s cultural center, housing museums, and exhibitions, and is the cornerstone of the town’s culture. The museum exhibits the life and work of Rikardur Jonsson, a sculptor and artist, and a memorial of the politician Eysteinn Jonsson and his wife, Solveig Eyjolfsdottir. The building’s loft houses a heritage museum.
Hours of Operation:
Open every day 10-18 from June 1st.
Admission: ISK 500