AHOI Strandkiosk Drinks in your hand, sand under your feet

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2010 was the birth year of the AHOI Strandkiosk. Ever since, locals as well as tourists meet here all year round for light bio-snacks, always with the one-of-a-kind Elbe panorama in view and a refreshing breeze in their faces.

The beach in front of the AHOI Strandkiosk invites guests of all ages to enjoy Hamburg’s most beautiful sunsets with a cold beer or glass of good wine.

The story behind the Strandkiosk

The Strandkiosk building was originally built in 1900 for a wedding. Later, it was home to a sailmaker and then a carpentry business. Today’s owner of the AHOI Strandkiosk used to come to this place on the Elbe as a student, but Vullnet Rusani never expected that he would one day open a kiosk: “Three years ago, I was able to fulfil this dream - this is where I can give visitors a few hours of vacation,” he says. And he’s a success! Next to the one-of-a-kind panorama view of huge container ships, tucker boats and small yachts, he takes care of rumbling stomachs. From light bio-snacks to simple fare two desserts, the Ahoi has many offerings. 

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