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OSLO NIGHTLIFE - BARS & CLUBS IN OSLO NORWAY

Oslo NightlifeOslo Nightlife – When people visit Oslo many of them think only of the daytime activities that the city has to offer. However, the city also has an extensive nightlife, which is both enjoyable and assorted.

Perhaps one of the best bars to visit in Oslo is Bar Boca. An intimate and fifties inspired bar, Bar Boca is the perfect place to go and wind down and relax. The atmosphere does crank up a notch as the evening progresses, and they serve almost every drink under the sun.

 

Want some where more relaxing and comfortable, well the The Bristol Lounge is an ideal location - it is in the classy Hotel Bristol. Designed like a typical English pub it has the look and feel of the real thing. There is a definite atmosphere and a homely feel about it so if you're a Brit and feeling a bit homesick this is the place for a beer. .

If it’s a nightclub you’re after, then you can’t go far wrong with the club known as Soho. This popular club has live shows, bars, lounges, dance floors, and DJ’s spinning discs all through the night. The crowd is a good mix and the club is the type of place where everyone is there just to have fun.

The Beach Club is perhaps one of the trendiest bars in Oslo and one where the buzz is always lively and where young crowds drink the night away. It is a rather ordinary hamburger joint and the tables etc could be found in any American diner but it's the crowd that gives it its ambience and it is made for those who are young and stylish at heart.

However, if you want somewhere to relax and have a great conversation then the Tea Lounge is an ideal choice. This stylish lounge with its mellow music and mosaic tiled bar serves a mixture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic teas and beverages. Picture windows and high backed plush red sofas finish off this inviting setting.

Yet another trendy crowd puller can be found at the Café Con Bar. The neat and quirky 1970’s design is eye catching and fun, and is the perfect place to really let your hair down.

If you want something unusual try the Cafe b. It is in a suburb of Oslo and has a distinct multicultural theme. If often has small exhibitions of handcrafts and paintings and on some evenings a week there is a cultural display.

Looking for a nightclub, then you can’t go too far wrong with the nightclub known as Soho. With such a evocative name, this popular club has all the options, live shows and music, bars and cocktail bars, lounges, dance floors, and with DJ’s spinning discs all through the night, the place is on fire most of the time. The crowd is a good mix of ages and preferences and the club is the type of place where everyone is there just to have fun.

Bar Boca
Thorvald Meyers gt. 30,
Oslo,
Norway
Phone: 22/04-10-80

Beach Club
Aker Brygge,
Telephone: 22/83-83-82

The Bristol Hotel
Kristian IVs gt. 7,
Phone: 22/82-60-00

Cafe b
Web: www.cafeb.no
Address: Bergensgt 12
0468 Oslo

Café Con Bar
Brugt. 11,
Oslo,
Norway
Phone: 22/05-02-00

Soho
Kirkegt. 34,
Oslo, Norway
Phone: 22/42-91-00

Bar Boca
Thorvald Meyers gt. 30,
Phone: 22/04-10-80

Tea Lounge
Thorvald Meyers gt. 33B,
Phone number: 22/37-07-07