Questo è probabilmente uno dei bar più intimi di Oslo, con spazio sufficiente solo per cinque tavolini. L'atmosfera è accogliente, in uno stile anni Cinquanta. La sua attrazione principale è il proprietario Jan Varden. È uno dei pochi norvegesi entusiasti dei cocktail, e le sue capacità lo hanno reso famoso. Questo è uno dei posti dove si può bere meglio.
BLÅ è un club indipendente a Oslo che offre serate di musica jazz, sperimentale e simili dal vivo ogni sera della settimana. Qui suonano artisti contemporanei provenienti da tutto il paese e dal mondo. Nei fine settimana è il turno dei DJ di casa. BLÅ ha anche una terrazza sulle rive del fiume Aker. Vengono organizzati eventi come il "BLÅ, Molde" nel Molde International Jazz Festival. BLÅ è diventato uno dei più grandi club nel suo genere in tutta la Scandinavia. Si possono sedere dalle 150 alle 300 persone.
Boasting a fantastic waterfront location, Hanami is where you can expect to be served Japanese delights crafted from local Norwegian ingredients. An elegant space with an open kitchen and sushi bar, this restaurant offers you Japanese fusion cuisine. You can enjoy izakaya-style Japanese small plates like tempura scampi and edamame with your Geisha Martini, after which you can move on to scrumptious offerings like the signature scampi ceviche and miso-marinated black cod.
If you are someone who loves beers then Amundsen Bryggeri & Spiseri should be a must visit when visiting Norway. With a fantastic collection of the brew, both domestic and international as well as one of the best local brews, the restaurant and bar serve food that goes well with the drink. During the winters soak in the warmth from the fireplace and chill out on the patio on summers. The vibrant atmosphere, live music, TV all add to the charm of this place. Whether it is meetings or just a hangout with friends, you will love this cool place.
At the tip of Aker Brygge, with the sea right outside its door, it's not surprising that this restaurant serves only the best and freshest products. All types of fish, from salmon to cod to monkfish, are served fresh and cooked in a variety of sauces. Try to get an outdoor table in the summer, especially in the evenings. Along with the view of late evening sunlight on the fjord, you will have the advantage of a cheaper menu.
If you are a through and through seafood lover then chances of you liking this place is pretty high. What with the kind of menu and varied choices of preparations available, D/S Louise Restaurant & Bar certainly deserves its many accolades. Impeccable service in a classy setting clearly qualifies this place as fine dining. Fresh catches of lobsters, herrings, crab and caviar contribute to your delectation trip. Although mainly famous for its seafood specialty, this place does whisk up some amazing chicken and steak recipes. Come down to enjoy a meal that not only is memorable but an altogether new dining experience.
The first thing that comes to mind when you think about a world famous cafe chain is the Hard Rock Cafe. The city of Oslo has a Hard Rock Cafe as well, and it is the perfect example of Scandinavian design and architecture blended in with new age American lifestyle. With dragon head arcs, resembling old Viking Boats, Nordic styled bars made beautifully out of wood, Scandinavian paintings and antiques well placed around the cafe, the place has an authentic Nordic Charm to it. Try out the Hickory Smoked Chicken Wings, Caipirinha, or White Russian from the exemplary menu while you enjoy live rock performances on stage. Browse through the exclusive collection for stylish merchandise or simply sit back and relax with a drink.
Established in 2006, Elsker is one popular gay-friendly bar. The ambiance is lively and fun. Offering a wide selection of beers and wines, their variety of quick bites, sandwiches and dinners are appreciated too. Make it here on entertaining evenings such as for comedy nights, musical and dance nights for an unforgettable time. For detailed information on all their events and schedules, check out the website.
Whether you wish to enjoy well-crafted drinks, dig into authentic Scandinavian cuisine or dance till wee hours of the night, LaWo is the place to be. This vivacious spot is a haunt for locals and travelers alike and comes most recommended on weekends when the ambiance here is at its euphoric best. The interior is decked up in electric lights that create a dramatic effect; here talented DJs keep the crowd grooving. LaWo also has an intimate lounge where you can unwind and relax your worked up legs while sipping on cocktails. LaWo's extended outdoor seating is explored by many for a laid-back brunch.
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.
Stopp Pressen is located close to the headquarters of a few of Oslo's newspapers; it should therefore come as no surprise that this small bar is decorated with old, famous newspaper pages; you can also borrow a wide variety of national and international papers from the bar, and a lot of the people who turn up for lunch, or after work, are journalists. The intimate booths offer privacy for those who prefer to enjoy a quiet drink. Stopp Pressen serves smaller dishes and sandwiches, tea, coffee, drinks and soft drinks.