Eating, shopping and the map

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 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.