This busy Scandinavian café lures lines of eaters with Danish modern atmospherics and food pretty enough for Wallpaper magazine. Once seated, settle on a Stockholm hot dog wrapped in a potato pancake with house-made relish or a baked scramble with gravlax or smoked trout, served in handsome skillets next to sides like roasted apples. Everyone comes for aebleskivers, golf ball–size puffs of batter baked in a special pan and served with homemade lemon curd and applesauce. And of course, the rich meatballs in a creamy sherry sauce. Meanwhile, Broder Söder, a light-filled space tucked inside the Scandinavian Heritage Center’s design porn-y Nordia House community center, perfects fika, the Swedish coffee break, starring pastries that burst with saffron and ginger spice.