This little odd shop at Hopsjøbrygga is a museum piece in itself,and sets you back to the 17th century. You can buy old and new goods, antiques, some souvenir stuff and get a sightseeing tour of the quay complex.
Hopsjøbrygga used to be a trading station where fish was delivered, goods bought and the rich family were in control.
A volunteer association has bought the complex and rescued it from ruin and runs activities, shops, a restaurant and accommodation here.
On the ground floor of Kvenvær's main groceries shop is a restaurant/pub that opens in the afternoon/evening. It has some real good dishes of local food stuff, and some more internationally oriented items on the menu. It doubles as the village pub in the evening, so in the summer season you have a good mix of locals and visitors.
Very good access for boaters, guest harbour in the immediate vicinity.
Favorite Dish: Usually ate here when out kayaking, and finding something different from camp food and fish was actually good. Normally I would go for the sea food, but after a week of the stuff, pizza is actually very good....
Not only is the place historic, the menu is, too. here you can get some real old-fashioned Norwegian food served up in a very nice manner and prices that are not too bad. The main focus is traditional coastal food with raw materials from the Hitra locale.
They do have some more benign dishes as well, but go for the main items, they are really good.
On Wednesdays they offer a shrimp buffet with bacalao and accessories, very good, very popular. All you can eat.
If you need or wish for something special (maybe you caught your own big fish?), the cook may be helpful.
Favorite Dish: Saltkjøtt og kålrabi, fresh fish dishes, bacalao.