The Opa Muurikka shop at Kaari shopping centre offers cooking ware for homes and outdoor.
Restaurant Willihanhi is a relaxed neighbourhood restaurant serving both Finnish and indian flavours as well as pizza.
The restaurant also offers eg. karaoke, exciting game nights, live music and themed evenings.
Kannel-Krouvi in Kannelmäki is a neighbourhood pub which offers a relaxed atmosphere with darts, billiards, live music and karaoke.
Hanko Sushi - sushi from responsibly caught and farmed seafood.
The story of Hanko Sushi is written in the name. It tells where the restaurant chain came from: the maritime city of Hanko in southern Finland, where the first restaurant was founded in 2009. The name is also a symbol of the most important principle of the resturants work. Han ko is Japanese for seal, a personal stamp of quality. Hanko Sushi restaurants create all dishes by hand, on site, using only the best ingredients. This means that the dishes are always unique and come with a freshness guarantee.
Hanko Sushi offers a tasty, cosy and pleasant moment to enjoy sushi in the middle of the hectic city.
All 24 Hanko Sushi restaurants have been awarded MSC and ASC traceability certificates for sustainable fishing and responsible aquaculture. Hanko Sushi restaurants offer only sushi made from certified, sustainably fished and responsibly farmed fish and shellfish.
Jungle Juice Bar offers a selection of super healthy, fresh and tasty smoothies and juices. Whether you are heading to a meeting, the gym, a date or a hard day at work, Jungle Juice Bar has what you need: the most popular superfoods, proteins and vitamins. Health and vitality are matters close to the Jungle Juice Bar heart.
The Kauppakeskus Kaari shopping centre, located in Kannelmäki, contains some 80 stores and nearly 10 restaurants and cafes.
Britannia is a gastro pub in Kannelmäki since 1973. Sports, a wide selection of beers and live music.
SIC is a space for contemporary art. SIC hosts exhibitions and events by both Finnish and international artists. Although founded in 2012, the new SIC space was opened in Kannelmäki in spring 2019.
Pitkäkoski hiking lodge and café in the north part of the Helsinki Central park is a traditional hiking lodge in 50's style serving eg. coffee and doughnuts baked on site. Especially popular in winter among skiers.
Malminkartanonhuippu is the highest point in Helsinki with its 91 metres above sea level. It is an artificial hill that has "grown" throughout the years as the area was beeing used as a municipal landfill site in 1976-96. Now the hill is a popular recreational- and exercise area, partly because of its stairs with 426 steps!