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Guidebook for Grünerløkka

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Guidebook for Grünerløkka

Drinks & Nightlife
Crowbar is for the beerlovers. They make their own brew, and serve beers from microbreweries all around Norway. They also have a kitchen with an open grill that serves home made kebabs and roasted pork!
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Crow Bar & Brewery
32 Torggata
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Crowbar is for the beerlovers. They make their own brew, and serve beers from microbreweries all around Norway. They also have a kitchen with an open grill that serves home made kebabs and roasted pork!
Relaxed hipster-friendly neighbourhood bar with a good selection of beer and board games
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Colonel Mustard
2 Darres gate
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Relaxed hipster-friendly neighbourhood bar with a good selection of beer and board games
The hippest "underground" nightclub in town.
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Blå
9C Brenneriveien
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The hippest "underground" nightclub in town.
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Chair
45 Thorvald Meyers gate
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Great drinks and cool vibe
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HIMKOK Storgata Destilleri
27 Storgata
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Great drinks and cool vibe
Essentials
For a more diverse shopping experience we recommend Meny inside Kiellands Hus
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Coop Mega Alexander Kiellands Plass
72 Waldemar Thranes gate
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For a more diverse shopping experience we recommend Meny inside Kiellands Hus
Grocery store, cheaper than the Coop Mega
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REMA 1000 Sannergata
3 Sannergata
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Grocery store, cheaper than the Coop Mega
Getting Around
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Alexander Kiellands plass
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Food scene
The Kasbah (6) is a local corner café where you can relax and eat healthy homemade Middle Eastern food. The place has a backpacker vibe to it and our personal favorite is their Mini Kasbah meze which gives you a taste of the many things they have on the menu.
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Habsak
1B Kingos gate
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The Kasbah (6) is a local corner café where you can relax and eat healthy homemade Middle Eastern food. The place has a backpacker vibe to it and our personal favorite is their Mini Kasbah meze which gives you a taste of the many things they have on the menu.
Tranen is a historic bar & restaurant that serve delicious homemade pizza (red and white) based on local ingredients. Have you ever tried pizza with reindeer and pomegranate?! So good!
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Tranen
70 Waldemar Thranes gate
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Tranen is a historic bar & restaurant that serve delicious homemade pizza (red and white) based on local ingredients. Have you ever tried pizza with reindeer and pomegranate?! So good!
Liebling is a small hip corner café that serves excellent comfort food for breakfast or lunch. Try the refreshing Acai bowl or hearty avocado toast!
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Liebling
4 Øvrefoss
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Liebling is a small hip corner café that serves excellent comfort food for breakfast or lunch. Try the refreshing Acai bowl or hearty avocado toast!
Perfect for breakfast, serves a platter with a variety of breads, toppings and baked goods. It's possible to sit outside in nice weather.
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Vespa & Humla
2 Københavngata
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Perfect for breakfast, serves a platter with a variety of breads, toppings and baked goods. It's possible to sit outside in nice weather.
Grefsenkollen, the north-east peak of Oslo offers spectacular views of the city. On the terrace by the big lumber house on top you can enjoy baked goods, something to drink or homemade pizza from their wooden oven, while overlooking the city. To get there take the tram (no. 12 or 11) from Birkelunden st. at Grunerlokka to Doctor Smiths road, and walk for 30 minutes. If is worth the effort
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Grefsenkollen restaurant
100 Grefsenkollveien
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Grefsenkollen, the north-east peak of Oslo offers spectacular views of the city. On the terrace by the big lumber house on top you can enjoy baked goods, something to drink or homemade pizza from their wooden oven, while overlooking the city. To get there take the tram (no. 12 or 11) from Birkelunden st. at Grunerlokka to Doctor Smiths road, and walk for 30 minutes. If is worth the effort
Need a quick bite, try the famous hotdogs at Syverkiosken: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/dec/03/oslo-norway-syverkiosken-hot-dog-kiosk-street-food
Syverkiosken
45 Maridalsveien
Need a quick bite, try the famous hotdogs at Syverkiosken: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/dec/03/oslo-norway-syverkiosken-hot-dog-kiosk-street-food