Bars in Oslo (Norway) Reviews
Newest Review: ... The venue consists of two floors both of which have a large bar, the decor is wooden and there are tables scattered throughout the two floors. On the weekends, the lower floor converts into a mini disco, where a live DJ, will create the mood. Dring the week days, instead of a disco, there is live piano music, creating a more relaxed and friendly atmosphere for a chat, and drinks. During the day, the basement is used as an internet café, The machines are quite cheap to use according to Norwegian standards (NOK35, 3.3 pounds per hour). The prices are expensive, but Norway is very expensive in general, so keep that in mind. However... more
Customer Bars in Oslo (Norway) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/11/08, updated on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 143 readings)
This is a popular student destination in the capital Oslo, and as the name implies is intended for students. Located near several university's it carters to primarily that type of crowd. The age group is about 21-30, at night when they serve alcohol, you need id in order to get in, the age limit is 21. If you are a foreigner and don't have id, it isn't always so strict, and I have had friends of mine who were 18 pass without problems. The venue consists of two floors both of which have a large bar, the decor is wooden and there are tables scattered throughout the two floors. On the weekends, the lower floor converts into a mini disco, where a live ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/00, updated on 28/09/00 (Somewhat useful, 109 readings)
There are numerous bars in oslo. I haven't been to them all but I can recommend the ones iIve frequented. they're mainly "so what", "Paragrafen" and "Blå". The first two are dark, tiny places where you go to listen to old and new indierock, and alternative guitar schwing. "Blå" is a so called "hip and trendy" with dj's playing on saturday nights unless they have live bands, which they do quite often (on weekdays aswell). Most of the bands playing this venue are Norwegian up-and-comming/established bands, but few are mainstream really. You'll be likely to hear jazz and Norwegian hiphop here, but not any Read the complete review
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