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Oslo

Parkteatret

In the heart of Grünerløkka is Parkteatret, originally built as a Norway's first cinema in 1907. Today it is a popular bar and one of the city's most...

Krokkleiva

Sundvolden Hotel - Restaurant Anno 1648

Restaurant Anno 1648 is in the original hotel from 1648 and has many cosy corners. The popular rooms Bord 33, Bord 34, Red Plush and Red Corner are fou...
Price for three courses: 400-600 NOK

Flåm

Furukroa Kafè

Kafè in Flåm centre. Breakfast, Lunch ,Dinner, coffeestop, icecreambar and fastfoodmeny. Lunch- and dinnerbuffet in the restaurant in the summerseaso...

Gudvangen

Gudvangen Fjordtell

Restaurant/Cafeteria and bar with splendid view and about 250 seats inside. Outdoor Terrace. Design by Viking traditions....

Stavanger

Tango Bar & Kjøkken

At Tango you get champagne lunches every Saturday, and a new menu every night....

Evje

Pernille cafeteria

Breakfast, lunch and dinner Open daily from 08.00 hours - Cafeteria - Kiosk - Restaurant Open all days from 08.00 hours Opening hours: Monday - Fr...

Oslo

Q Lounge

Rooftop bar at the design hotel Grims Grenka with tall drinks, lounge chairs and fabulous views of Oslo's urban jungle. Only open in summer....

Sandefjord

Matlykke - Catering

Matlykke delivers sandwiches, buffets and cakes, but also tapas and other exciting and unconventional. Two dishes, three dishes, finger food, barbecue and much more.

Vrådal

Straand Summerland - kafé

Straand Summerland summer café is located on the lakeside in Vrådal. In addition to the café you will find a playground, a beach, boat rental and beach volleyball.

Sandefjord

Midtåsen Banqueting

Parties and meetings in the historic building. Midtåsen is made for the really big occasions. In Arneberg room you are sitting under a beautiful chandelier with great 1700's tapestries on the walls. 10-80 persons. Up to 150 people in the garden.
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