MADONNA opening on Mon 2.3. in Kallio, Haapaniemenkatu 5. Bookings open now! ⁂ Subscribe to the newsletter to stay up-to-date with everything happening on Hawaii Restaurants
Hawaii is a collection of lively restaurants and bars, operating much loved and well-established brands in Helsinki – The Cock, Holiday Bar, Yes Yes Yes and soon Madonna.
The Cock is a loveable, all-day full-of-life neighbourhood restaurant and bar where everyone feels welcome, even if in town just for the night. From the bistro-like hipness of the street level, the spiral staircase wrapped in contemporary art leads to the candle-lit, red brick basement – the extraordinary event space. On its menu, The Cock offers modern brasserie classics with a petite Asian kick – both without leaving vegetarian fans cold.Visit The Cock
Holiday Bar is a fun restaurant, bar and sunny terrace on the exotic island of Katajanokka. A former warehouse next to the presidential palace turned into a Helsinki hotspot. The vibrant and fun-loving team serves a menu full of holiday feels, approachable seafood and the freshest veggie dishes. Live DJs are not a rare sight, not to mention the occasional club nights. Every once in a while, the shimmery, spinning disco ball becomes the center of the Holiday universe, and the crowd turns the place into the best party ever with people dancing until dawn.Visit Holiday Bar
Yes Yes Yes is as much a bar as a restaurant, brimming with great energy, created for all food lovers. Located in a former McDonald’s, serving outstanding vegetarian food. The restaurant’s heart is the piping-hot tandoori oven in the open kitchen. Plenty of bar-side dining (and drinking) seats welcoming also without reservations. The long marble bars and the Miami Vice flair together with some local emerging art make everyone go wow when stepping in.Visit Yes Yes Yes
Madonna is a brand new restaurant, bar and terrace serving our favourite dishes and drinks from the entire treasure trove of the Italian boot. Located in Kallio (aka Helsinki’s Brooklyn) in a fully renovated red brick building that originally served as a separator factory. The “more is more” interior is a happy marriage of nostalgy and the present, making Madonna a place that feels escapist and down to earth at the same time. From a water fountain, lip-shaped bar and Murano chandeliers to a hand-painted fresco, shiny black piano and beautiful marbles – you name it, we have it.
Opening on Mon 2.3.
Reservations are open now!