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Read more: Gammelbutikken Restaurant Photo: Støtt Brygg

STØTT

Gammelbutikken Restaurant

Prepares seafood dishes using fresh ingredients from our local larder, and can recommend wines to go with them. Perhaps we can tempt you to try a...

BODØ

Nyyt

If you are planning a party or reception, whatever the size, then Nyyt can help you find a venue as well as decide on the menu. Contact us for a...
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ROGNAN

Rognan hotel gourmet resturant

From our à la carte menu you can choose from local to international cuisine. In the summer we also have outdoor seating on the pier, where you can...
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Nygårdsjøen

Vertshuset Fjordbua (Inn & Cafe)

Cosy little café with guest marina near the Sandhornøy Island bridge south of Kjellingstraumen. Single rooms with possibility for an extra bed. Open...
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KJERRINGØY

Kjerringøy Cafè

Serves traditional fare from the Salten region. We have the same opening times as Kjerringøy Trading Post. Otherwise open for groups by prior...
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BODØ

Passadores

The concept involves being served meat on a spit, you can choose from beef, lamb, pork, chicken, turkey and specially made sausages. Additionally, you...
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BODØ

Bibliotekbaren

start a conversation by exchanging views on our extensive collection of art and photography, or perhaps just enjoy a good drink or two in the...
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BODØ

Cafè Gidsken

There is a dinner buffet every Sunday, where coffee and dessert are included in the price. If you have purchased the museum’s annual family pass, you...
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BODØ

Bjørk

We offer pizza baked in our wood-fired oven, salads, pasta, grill dishes, and tasty desserts. If you haven’t already tried it, we strongly recommend...
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SALTSTRAUMEN

Kjelen Cafè

When the tide comes in, we have a panoramic view of the massive forces that the tidal current represents as it moves 400 million cubic metres of water...
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