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Dinner package at pleasant Indigo Restaurant & Bar

1 february 2023 - 30 december 2023
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  • Ferryticket, passenger and car r/t
  • Double room one night at Hotel Archipelag
  • Breakfast
  • 3-course dinner at Indigo Restaurant & Bar

Book a fantastic dinner at the restaurant housed in Mariehamn's perhaps best-preserved stone house. The oldest part is from the 18th century. The package includes ferry, accommodation and a 3-course dinner.

Indigo Restaurang & Bar is both a lunch restaurant, a fine dining restaurant, a bar and a bistro. A bit like a second living room in the town. Here, we mix Scandinavian and southern European cuisine - it's classic flavors and well-known dishes, presented in new contexts.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, Indigo is also an important part of Mariehamn's party life with its well-visited bar. In summer, a large, lovely patio opens up where it's easy to sit for a long time because it's open from early lunch to late in the evening.

The restaurant was opened by Stig Grönlund and Björn Ekstrand in the spring of 2004. Björn continued his journey towards new goals in autumn 2012 and Stig's new colleague since then is the well-known Åland profile Dennis Jansson. He also runs the nightclub Kino Nightclub and the pizzeria Diablo, which is next door to Indigo.

The restaurant is housed in Mariehamn's perhaps best-preserved stone house. The oldest parts were actually built already at the end of the 18th century, when the city most resembled a village. In the 1870s, the shipowner and merchant Victor Starck built two warehouses for his shipping and wholesale trade. One in brick and one in granite. Cement and all kinds of building materials were stored in the warehouses. But the warehouse also occasionally served as a brandy warehouse. To make the warehouse theft-proof, bars were put up for the windows in the warehouse. For a time the magazine was therefore also used as a prison. The farm with dwelling house, storehouse and baker's cottage (which today houses the Bagarstugan café) was taken over at the beginning of the 20th century by the shipowner and consul Erik Nylund and his wife Elin.
Where the stairs now go up to Indigo's bar, there was a chute for sacks of cement and other goods to be thrown down to the lower floor. On Nygatan, several horses from the countryside were waiting for loading. The house was used as a warehouse until the 1970s, when it became a pot dairy. In April 2004, restaurant Indigo was opened. Today, the history of the magazine can be seen in the lovely stone walls and the cozy atmosphere with wooden beams in the attic where the bar is.

Read more and see menu at www.indigo.ax

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