Bryggjan Grindavik is a Fisherman's Cafe/Restaurant by the Grindavik Harbour in South West Iceland. The building was originally built in 1980 a by the brothers Kristinn and Adalgeir Johansen to house their Net Making Business. As the years passed and times changed, in 2009 the brothers transformed a portion of the building into a little cafe called Bryggjan (Pier). Since then, this little cafe won over the hearts and minds of the locals as well as travellers traveling through Grindavik. The brothers had a vision of integrating the successful cafe with the Net Making Shop even further. In 2018, new owners took over the restaurant and the building, and have now turned this vision into reality. In May 2019, the new addition, the Bryggjan Grindavik Netagerðin (Net Making Shop) dining hall opened with an extended selection of traditional Icelandic dishes in the spirit of the original little cafe, which is still operated in it´s original form.