With the added student bonus of free Wi-Fi to compliment delicious food, Haakon’s Hall may just become Max Caffé’s biggest competition by day, and Campo’s by night.
One look at the menu and I grow suspicious. After all, the best restaurants tend to have small menus—short and sweet, patiently waiting to provide a transcendent experience because the chef has mastered every option on the menu. One look at a crowded Haakon’s Hall, however, and this place seems to be onto something nonetheless.
The lively atmosphere compliments the sleek, modern design: tall, cozy booths, a long communal table, and a dark wooden bar with a rustic yet sophisticated vibe.