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There are things that are more important than music, you will say. More important than dancing, talking, drinking. Are you thinking soccer? Andy's is one of a few pubs in Oslo where the real action does not happen at night, but around 4p on Saturdays and Sundays (later on some weekdays). Andy's is lively and welcoming to all soccer-lovers. The prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is just as good as that at a match. In short, Andy's is a great place to stop by if you enjoy soccer or enjoy watching people who watch soccer. Check out the website for more.
Karl Johans neighborhood has one bar that has it all. Dr. Jekylls Pub is such a treat to be at, whether its for relaxing over coffee, or chilling with your gang with beer and your favorite games. You will be offered a variety of entertainment at the whiskey bar with a number of labels to choose from. They also organize many whiskey tastings as well as courses for the whiskey club. The underground space and sports bar is open to watch your favorite games on the many television screens available, play darts or billiards as well as enjoy beer from the tap. Prices are reasonable. Check out the website for detailed information.
Offering a spectacular view of Oslo, it's easy to see where Summit gets its name from. This trendy bar located on the 21st floor of the Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, is a popular meeting spot that offers a standard drink menu. However, the highlight of this place is the cocktail blends offered here. If you don't try it, you are surely missing out on something good. For a rendezvous at higher elevations, Summit is Oslo's finest drinking locale. Check the website for further information.
You will surely love this place if you are a whiskey connoisseur. With over 450 whiskeys and still growing, Underbar is passionate about this drink. They will even try to convert a non-whiskey drinker into one, that's how crazy they are about it! Besides this alcohol, they also serve a wide range of cognac, rum, armagnac, calvados, brandy, port wine and beer. If you want to have a nice time with your gang, then Underbar might fit your bill.
Teddys Softbar is as close as you can come to John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, shiny hair and the golden days of nylon while on a day (or night) out in Oslo. Teddys opened about the same time as Elvis was getting ready for his military service, and has survived the changes of time with grace. The guests range from the curious student to musicians and people in the entertainment industry who all enjoy a blast from the past. Try the food - the kitchen serves simple, homemade Norwegian dishes, with no fashionable extras.
34 floors above the hustle and bustle of city life at the summit of the Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, 34 SkyBar offers magnificent views across Oslo. 34 SkyBar is popular hangout for Oslo's business elite, so it is a great place to network. The interior and clientele are the epitome of 21st-century style, while the drinks menu offers elegant yet classic cocktails. However, you will need an executive salary to fully enjoy the range of drinks on offer.
At a first glance, Oslo Mikrobryggeri seems a very regular and cozy pub. However, after receiving your beverage and sitting down in the dark and wooden interior you'll taste the unusually fresh and strong punch of your beverage, and you'll notice the brewing kettles in plain sight. Then it will hit you. The microbrewery's own beer is produced in its tiny brewery in the cellar, and the quality is excellent. Be aware that the level of alcohol at this establishment is a bit more aggressive than in most other Norwegian beers. Oslo Mikrobryggeri is not located on Bogstadveien as its address states, but on one of its side streets. It is easy to find once you are aware of this.