Welcome to Tony’s Havnegade

What would a New York based Italian mobster with a great love of food have for dinner? You’ll find the answer on Tony’s menu. Located at the far end of the historic “Nyhavn” harbour Tony’s serves up simple and tasty gastronomy based on classic Italian traditions with our own personal twist. You pick and choose your own three course dinner from as little as DKK 225 and enjoy it either in the cozy basement space complete with windows that allow you to see the chefs in action or on the upper floor decorated like a Southern European living room. 


Big plans for 2018: Get excited for these new Madklubben restaurants

Big plans for 2018: Get excited for these new Madklubben restaurants

Photo: The custom house in Aarhus, brought with permission from Aarhus Update.

2017 was a fantastic year for our Copenhagen based restaurant family. We welcomed Madklubben Frederiksberg in a 19th century train station, opened the doors to Tony’s Østerbro as well as a stylish event space in the iconic ”PARK” building on Østerbrogade, relocated Asian crowd favorite Hanzō to Værnedamsvej and premiered Madklubben Nørrebro in a semi-secret courtyard below the city’s famous ”IRMA” rooftop neon signs.

Now we welcome 2018 and it will be another year packed with new restaurants as well as transformations of existing venues. Get the full lowdown here:

Madklubben Østerbro: The final chapter of our grand transformation of the historic ”PARK” building opened in the beginning of January in the shape of Madklubben Østerbro. Book a table for a dining experience and read all about the new restaurant by clicking here.

FOOD CLUB: By the end of January we’ll open the doors to a brand new concept in the Madklubben family: FOOD CLUB. Here you can expect a buffet like you’ve never tried one before, packed with free range meats, organic vegetables and sustainable ingredients. The price tag of 250 DKK on weekdays and 300 DKK on weekends will include ALL food and beverages. Keep updated on the development of FOOD CLUB here.

BAZAAR: In the spring of 2018 we’ll welcome restaurant BAZAAR in a former post office building in the heart of Copenhagen. Expect a stylish and irresistible tribute to the Moorish kitchen, which you may also know as the Berber kitchen or Arabian kitchen. In other words, a stunning food culture stretching all the way from Syria in the East along the Mediterranean to the South of Spain and further down to Morocco in North Africa. Follow how work on BAZAAR is progressing through this Facebook page.

Madklubben Aarhus: By May 2018 we’ll open our first restaurant in Jutland in Denmark’s second largest city, Aarhus. We’re moving in to the stunning “Aarhus Custom House” dating back to the 19th century. Here you can look forward to a grand Madklubben restaurant inspired by the people, food and culture of Aarhus. We’ll be able to seat 200 to 250 guests indoors and an equal amount outdoors during the summer. The concept will be classic “Madklubben” with one course from DKK 125, 2 courses from DKK 200 and 3 courses from DKK 225. Read more about the project (in Danish) through Aarhus Update here and follow the development of the project on Facebook here.

Mystery project in Vesterbro: On the first day of the year we unveiled (article in Danish) that the Madklubben group will open a new project in the space adjacent to Madklubben Vesterbro during 2018. For many years a small lamp store has occupied the address but what we plan to do with the store won’t be revealed until later this year. Stay tuned!

Want to keep updated with the latest news from Madklubben’s restaurants? Follow us on Instagram here and check out the stories from our company blog by clicking here.

See our opening times during Christmas and New Year’s

See our opening times during Christmas and New Year’s

Christmas is right around the corner and on the other side of the street waits 2018. At Madklubben’s restaurants we look forward to relax with friends and family during the holidays just as we will need a bit of time to sleep off the hangovers from New Year’s Eve. While some need a little more rest, one of our restaurants opens again already on January the 1st .

Check the list below to get a full overview of the opening hours at all of our 14 restaurants and one cocktail bar. In the days before and after the listed dates we are open as normal unless otherwise is stated.

From all of us at Madklubben to all of you: A very merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

Madklubben Bistro-de-Luxe:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Madklubben Vesterbro:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Open
December 26th: Open
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 1st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Open
January 2nd: Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Madklubben Steak:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Madklubben Frederiksberg:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Madklubben Østerbro:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Closed
December 28th: Closed
December 29th: Closed
December 30th: Closed
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Closed
January 4th: Closed

Bistro Royal:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open for lunch and dinner. No breakfast.
December 28th: Open for lunch and dinner. No breakfast.
December 29th: Open for lunch and dinner. No breakfast.
December 30th: Open from 11 am.
December 31st: Open from 11 am to 4 pm. New Year’s Dinner.
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Steak Royal:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Tony’s Havnegade:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Open
Januar 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Tony’s Østerbro:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd : Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Madklubben Nørrebro:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Closed
December 28th: Closed
December 29th: Closed
December 30th: Closed
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Gran Torino:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Open
December 28th: Open
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Open
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Alabama Social:
December 24th: Closed
December 24th: Closed
December 24th: Closed
December 24th: Open
December 24th: Open
December 24th: Open
December 24th: Open
December 24th: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Bar Next Door:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Closed
December 28th: Closed
December 29th: Open
December 30th: Open
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Hanzō:
December 24th: Closed
December 25th: Closed
December 26th: Closed
December 27th: Closed
December 28th: Closed
December 29th: Closed
December 30th: Closed
December 31st: New Year’s dinner
January 1st: Closed
January 2nd: Closed
January 3rd: Open
January 4th: Open

Last chance: See where we still have available seats for New Year’s

Last chance: See where we still have available seats for New Year’s

Oh sweet month of Christmas, where are you going? Time flies, soon it’s December 24th, and before we know it, we once again face the welcoming of a new and exciting year.

But if you still haven’ planned how to round off 2017 and greet 2018,  then we suggest that you stop by our webshop, where you can still find tickets for a refined New Year’s Eve dinner at one of Madklubben’s restaurants. But hurry – just as New Year’s fireworks the ticket sale has been an explosive affair so far.

To get the full overview of our restaurants and remaining tickets, take a look at Madklubben’s webshop right here.

Tony’s Havnegade hosts an irresistible New Year’s Eve dinner – are you coming?

Tony’s Havnegade hosts an irresistible New Year’s Eve dinner – are you coming?

What would an Italian mobster foodie from New York serve on the last night of the year? The New Year’s feast at Tony’s Havnegade answers that question: Carpaccio, truffle risotto, beef tenderloin and chocolate can be found on the menu.

The atmosphere is amazing and the celebration is cosmopolitan at dear Mr. Tony’s in the beautiful Havnegade street at the end of Nyhavn. Do you want it to be refined and intimate but with an edge for this year’s festive celebrations? Then this is where you should host your New Year’s Eve dinner. Among our brown leather couches, grand open kitchen and sociable round tables you can eat your way towards 2018 with exquisite food and in company of your loved ones.

Taste the Italian favorites in our excellent carpaccio with beef tenderloin with parmesan cheese, crispy unions, oregano, lemon oil and arugula or in our juicy tournedos of beef tenderloin served with gnocchi, Jerusalem artichokes and truffle béarnaise. Let the taste of pleasure and well-being fill up the last hours of 2017 and welcome 2018 on a full stomach!

Read more about our event and take part in our New Year celebrations for the fantastic price of DKK 500 by clicking here. Spice up your evening by purchasing our wine menu here. Are you bringing the kids? No worries. We offer a “children edition” of our New Year’s Eve menu for half the price right here.

At 11.30 pm we thank you for tonight and wish each other a happy New Year so our lovely staff can get home and enjoy the celebrations with friends and family. We are looking forward to be sending you happy and full towards the new year!

Welcome Christmas with mr. Tony at Tony’s Havnegade

Welcome Christmas with mr. Tony at Tony’s Havnegade

An Italian gangster foodie from New York shares his family’s Christmas favorites. That’s the concept behind Tony’s Havnegade close to historic Nyhavn. Experience one of the smaller and more intimate venues in our restaurant family boasting an unparalleled atmosphere.

Do you want charming and cozy but with a cool edge for your Christmas party this year? Then let Tony’s Havnegade host you and your guests! In the restaurant of our Italian mobster the concept is simple, smooth and smart: Great company, beautiful surroundings and fabulous food! The restaurant is decorated with black/white checkered floors, Frank Sinatra in the speakers and green Eames chairs, which creates a cosmopolitan and intimate Christmas spirit.

But don’t forget that Tony is from The Big Apple – he still knows how to party! The party starts in the kitchen where he combines his Italian heritage with a dynamic metropolitan vibe. Here we cook a tasty, Italian pork roast with crispy cracklings: Porchetta with balsamic pickled red cabbage, potato purée and Christmas sauce. Or how about a soup of Jerusalem artichokes with croûtons, apples and oregano. For dessert Tony’s mobster heritage comes to show in his special take on the Danish Christmas rice pudding “ris à la mande” made with black rice and served with cherries and roasted almonds.

Click here if you wish to see all your options and how you book a table. Less than 10 persons? No worries – if you just bring the party, we’ll bring the food! The restaurant’s Christmas à la carte comes into force from November 7th.