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Strandhotellet Blokhus’ family
RESTAURANT FUTTEN, STRANDINGSKROEN, RESTAURANT SALINO AND OAK BAR
Strandhotellet Blokhus is part of the same family as Restaurant Futten, Strandingskroen, Restaurant Salino and Oak Bar.
Restaurant Futten is located right in the heart of Blokhus, just a few steps from Strandhotellet.
At Futten, you may enjoy a large lunch buffet with everything that belongs to it, or you can have one of their many classic evening dishes.
Futten can be found in a historical half-timbered and thatched building from 1761. The restaurant is the very essence of timeless charm with historical details such as windows from an old hospital in Hjørring, creaking church benches from Aalborg and shelves from an old pharmacy. The many finds and details have made Futten as a listed location, which is worth your time to stop by on your visit to Blokhus in North Jutland.
Have a musical and cultural experience. Get caught up by the atmosphere and drawn into the music when live jazz is on at Restaurant Futten.
In the same yard as Restaurant Futten, Oak Bar is located. This listed property has been transformed into a modern and atmospheric cocktail bar with cozy atmosphere and warmth from the fireplace.
Oak Bar serves slider menus and the coveted crisp Flammkuchen, and of course offers a variety of colorful cocktails. Oak Bar is open during the summer season from 11.00-01:00.
On the cool evenings, the fireplace is switched on, and during the summer, a large selection of drinks can be enjoyed on the large outdoor terrace.
In the late evening hours, Oak Bar is “the place to meet” as an obvious choice to enjoy a tasteful cocktail, for example in the bar’s old bunker dating back to the World War II.
Near Strandhotellet Blokhus, you can visit Restaurant Salino – a lovely exclusive Italian restaurant with a rich selection of Italian specialties. You can choose between delicate appetizers, pasta dishes or delicious Italian pizzas.
The restaurant is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 17:00, and everyday in the entire summer season.
Opposite Strandhotellet is the old half-timbered building from 1844, the well-known Strandingskroen. The unique décor with the many stranded ship elements, which adorn the walls of the historic premises, makes the Strandingskroen worth a visit.
Strandingskroen was originally built as a sailor ship store back in the 19th century – and above all noblemen, it was visited by King Frederik the 7th of Denmark. The Strandingskroen was subsequently converted to “Klitgaard’s Bath Hotel”, ie. Blokhus’ first bathing hotel, which the building served as until 1966. Afterwards Strandingskroen got its current name, where it also changed from the bathing hotel to a definite inn.
In April 2019, Strandhotellet (Blokhus’ newest and only bath hotel) merged with Strandingskroen (Blokhus’ oldest bathing hotel).
Strandingskroen functions today as Strandhotellet’s official conference and banquet room.