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Taxi Take Away

Taxi Take Away

Hidden in plain sight, but masked by layers of graffiti and bill posters and with no real frontage there’s a reason that this fiercely unique bar remains one of Oslo’s best-kept secrets. Matching radical left-wing political thought... Read More

Stratos

Stratos

Perched in arguably one of the most glamorous locations in which to have an expensive drink of any description and definitely offering one of the finest views of the city, Stratos is to be found at the very top of the Folketeateret... Read More

Stargate

Stargate

This is and always has been Oslo’s quintessential dive bar, but in a good way. Situated in the busy Grønland area, as an added bonus Stargate does offer prompt service, a well-stocked jukebox, a relaxed atmosphere and ample covered... Read More

Revolver

Revolver

Home to up-and-coming indie bands and a fairly lengthy queue at weekends, this incredibly popular rock club is the default choice for hip young things and fashionable thirty-something professionals alike. Open until half three the... Read More

Oslo Mekaniske Verksted

Oslo Mekaniske Verksted

A beautifully curated mixture of exposed brick, beams and antique furniture, this converted workshop situated alongside the buss terminal in Grønland, is arguably one of the city’s most beguiling bars once the sun goes down. With the... Read More

Mono

Mono

Though arguably not quite old enough to be classed as an, ‘institution’ this small city centre bar and gig venue has long been one of the intuitive destinations for local music lovers on a night out. Whether that’s down to the... Read More

Last Train

Last Train

Discretely sat back from Oslo’s dazzling main thoroughfare Karl Johan, though Last Train is famed as the early home to many of Norway’s loudest and brashest rock and punk acts these days you’re more likely to run into revellers on... Read More

Internasjonalen

Internasjonalen

Sat at the foot of the iconic Folketeateret building at Youngstorget, this immaculately dressed bar, with its warmly back lit counter and smart fixtures and fittings serves a discerning clientele of young professionals a bewildering... Read More

Dattera Til Hagen

Dattera Til Hagen

Offering up music and décor as eclectic and intoxicating as the Grønland area of Oslo it sits in, this established café, bar and music venue is spread over two brightly painted floors. A must visit for fans of hip hop and... Read More

Crossroads

Crossroads

Part intimate bistro, part blues and rock club, this slickly styled fusion of both the smart and the ramshackle sat astride a sleepy roundabout in Grünerløkka, though improbable, works exceptionally well. Erring more towards well... Read More

Champagneria

Champagneria

To be found just around the corner from Solli Plass, this achingly aspirational tapas bar is favoured by professionals from the surrounding area eager to indulge themselves in a little after-work exuberance as they plough their way... Read More

Beer Palace

Beer Palace

Located in the heart of the picture perfect Aker Brygge dock area of Oslo, this comfortable dimly-lit bar, as the name suggests, is home to a dizzying selection of draught and bottled beers, lagers and ales from around the world and... Read More

Bonanza

Bonanza

Buried away among the handful of establishments facing Youngstorget, this tiny country and western-themed thoroughbred could well be the smallest bar in Oslo as you can order a drink, sit at a table and indeed wait to use the bathroom... Read More

Blå

Blå

Situated in a decrepit looking large industrial building alongside the River Akersleva, Blå or blue has been host to a bewildering array of bands, artists, club nights and bespoke events during its fifteen year history and it shows no... Read More

Aku Aku Tiki Bar

Aku Aku Tiki Bar

A cocktail bar-shaped homage to Norwegian seafaring adventurer Thor Heyerdahl’s famous voyage across the Pacific aboard the raft Kon Tiki. Grünerløkka’s Aku Aku is literally packed to the rafters with Polynesian ephemera and... Read More


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