The owners face fines of 20,000 kroner ($3,000) if anyone is caught lighting up, The Local.se reported.
The ban was imposed by the municipal environment committee in Sodertalje, a town with a large immigrant population, including many newcomers from North Africa and the Middle East.
"We concluded that the public has access, there is a lot of smoking going on, and it is very difficult to control what's in the fumes," Patrik Waldenström, who heads the committee, told The Local. "Often it's tobacco. We can't control what people put in their pipes and the Swedish tobacco law says you must be able to check what is being smoked."
Yusef Ivan at the Schlomo community center told the Lanstidningen, the local newspaper, an appeal is planned.
Susan Sarandon 'very excited' about daughter's pregnancy
Teacher apologizes for showing sexual image of herself in class