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Sukkerbiten

Just a stone's throw from the Opera House, connected by a small walking bridge, a small island has appeared: Sukkerbiten. Enjoy Sukkerbiten's summer...

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Lille Herbern

Lille Herbern is a small gem of an island in the Oslo Fjord. Since 1929, this has been a place where the people come to enjoy fresh seafood in a casua...

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Olympen

Olympen Mat & Vinhus (also called "Lompa") is a large historic beer hall and restaurant in the Grønland area of Oslo. The menu consists of traditiona...

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Marc by Marc Jacobs

Norway's only Marc by Marc Jacobs store offers luxurious clothes, shoes and accessories for men and women. The store opened in October 2013....

Oslo

Rodeløkken Café

Rodeløkken Kafé is a charming place in a little red house by the Frognerkilen inlet on the Bygdøy peninsula. Rodeløkken has sandwiches, baguettes, ome...

Oslo

Gressholmen Kro

Informal summer restaurant on Gressholmen island with indoor and outdoor tables. The menu includes open-faced sandwiches, shrimp, "dinner of the day",...

Oslo

Lekter'n

The city's largest open-air restaurant, located at Aker Brygge, is hugely popular on sunny days. Lekter'n is synonymous with sun, sea and refreshing...

Oslo

Hukodden Beach Restaurant

Casual waterfront restaurant with a great location by Huk beach on the Bygdøy peninsula, with lovely views of the Oslo Fjord. Hukodden has a simple...

Oslo

Sporten (Frognerseteren sportshall)

Sporten is one of Oslo's largest and most special banqueting rooms with a capacity of over 200 people. It was built in the traditional dragon style in...
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