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Svolværs most popular pub and terrace.
In the comfort of a dry suit you are taken out on the zodiacs to a couple of different locations around Henningsvær.
På Gammelbutikken restaurant kan du spise av At the old trade post Støtt you can visit a restaurant that serves good sea food. Støtt Brygge uses only the finest and fresh produce. Pherphaps you will eat on the dock overloking the islands.
MO I RANA
Cosy roadside cafe situated just north of Mo i Rana by the E6.
The menu includes pepper salmon, breaded plaice, salads and a children`s menu.
The Restaurant is a pleasant, informal restaurant. We serve coffee, vafles, light snacks and a la carte menu. Our menu features good, homemade food. We also create menus for special celebrations. The restaurant can be booked for private gatherings such as birthdays, anniversaries, company events etc.
Our cafe is open every day until the end of August. opening hours; 12.00-18.00. We serve light lunches, different cakes, ice cream and coffe. On Sundayes we serve treditional Norwegian dinner. Welcome to our smal coffeshop with the greate view.
This cosy restaurant at Thon Hotel Brønnøysund serves local specialities as well as international cuisine, and the food is excellent!
BØ I VESTERÅLEN
The Old Post House Café:
At the beautifully restored Old Post House at Skagen in Bø in Vesterålen there is today a nice café in the authentic environment of the old post office. At the day time café we are serving delicious cakes from Grandma's recipee book. In the evening restaurant you can enjoy home-made food, based on local specialities and fine organic wine.
History is well taken care of at The Old Post House Café, and the house was i 2008-09 restored with support from the Norwegian Cultural Heritage Fund.
We also have 7 rooms for overnight guests and internes access is available in the cafe.
During the summer season, there are regularly scheduled boat trips out to Lånan. On Lånan you will be greeted by the bird wardens who take you along on a historical walking tour in the realm of the Elder Duck.