As fabulous as Adlon’s pizza is, it’s good to have alternatives. And while in Åland you might want to shop for something genuinely (or not) Ålandic. Here are a few examples of restaurants and places to shop. Point your webthingy at http://goo.gl/maps/cIZwg for the map.
Dino’s bar and grill: Strandgatan 12. Bar&grill food, kitchen open until 22.00.
Hesburger: Torggatan 13 A. If you really need a fast-food burger joint. Open until 7 PM.
Indigo restaurang & bar: Nygatan 1. Slightly fancier, but worth the price. Kitchen open until midnight.
Nordic Blues: Skarpansvägen 15 Wonderful sushi with a local flavor! Open 11 AM to 7 PM (Fri) and 1 PM to 7 PM (Sat).
Sea Point: Östra Hamnen. Various seafoods. Open 11.00 to 14.00 and 17.00 to 21.00 (Fri) and 17.00 to 21.00 (Sat)
Sushibutiken: Torggatan 3. 10.30 AM to 5.30 PM (Fri only)
Svarta katten: Norragatan 15. Café with delicious home made pastries and other goodies. Serves also lunch. Open Mon-Fri 10.00 to 17.00 (lunch 10.45 to 16.30), Sat 11.00 to 16.00 (lunch 11.00 to 15.00)
Texas Longhorn Steakhouse: Torggatan 1. As the name suggest, a steakhouse with very limited vegetarian options. Kitchen open until 9.00 (Fri) or 22.00 (Sat)
Umbra Krog och bar: Norra Esplanadgatan 2. Lunch restaurant, open from 11.00 to 14.00.
Torggatan in the town center has a wide variety of nice shops (yarn!!). This is the “shopping district” of Mariehamn.
K-Minimarket: Storagatan 4. Those interested in buying groceries have found the X on the map. Small, but caters your basic needs.
Mathis-Hallen: Ålandsvägen 42. A supermarket that should cater to all your grocery needs.
Maxinge center: Sparvägen 1 (not on the map; a few kilometers outside the city center). The Ålandic mall.
Puneh Oriental: Torggatan 9. Loads and loads of Asian and Middle East spices, veggies, candy and so on.
Sittkoff galleria: Torggatan 13. A small shopping centre.
Sjökvarteret: Österleden 110. Maritime quarter with shops selling Ålandic handicraft.