Oslo, Norway Business Directory

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DNT Norway (Outdoor life organization)

DNT Norway (Outdoor) DNT is Norway's largest outdoor life organization, with more than 220,000 members in 56 some local member organizations across the country, from Kristiansand in the south to the North Cape in the north. DNT Oslo og Omegn ("Oslo and surroundings") is the largest member association and is a direct...

Joker Haukeligrend (A Local Store)

Joker Haukeligrend (A Local Store) Joker is a local store that meets your needs for daily consumer goods and locally-demand services. Joker Brand is managed and operated by the Merchant House of Norway AS, Norway's largest group profilhus. Joker's Merchant House Group chain of convenience stores. The chain consists of about 450...

Argent Fine Dining

Argent Fine Dining Restaurant Argent is The Opera House's Fine Dining restaurant. Argent is a colour, clear and shiny, just like newly polished silver (the word Argent is Norwegian and is pronounced accordingly). This restaurant is all about the art of cooking and quality. We allow the best products and tastes to...

Beach Club - Aker Brygge

Beach Club - Aker Brygge The America-style diner Beach Club at Oslo shopping area Aker Brygge has for the past 22 years been revered for its great ham- burgers, with coarse ground meat and a secret mix of spices. Now, you can also enjoy them at OSL. Beach Club opened its doors for the first time in 1989 and has served...

Bistro Brocante

Bistro Brocante Bistro Brocante is a friendly French bistro situated in the heart of Grünerløkka. This restaurant serves tasty homely French fare with regular dishes as well as "today's" lunch and dinner based on available ingredients, all at reasonable prices. The Bistro is situated next to Fru Hagen and in...

Brasserie 45

Brasserie 45 Delicious food in the centre of Oslo.Brasserie 45 has one of the most central locations, just a stone's throw from the National Theatre and Klingenberg cinema! On the first floor we serve delicious international food in a relaxed atmosphere to both businessmen and young people interested in...

The Fram Museum

The Fram Museum Even though we can’t prove it, The Fram Museum in the Bygdøy area certainly feels like the coldest museum in Oslo. That may be partly due to the museum setting a specific temperature to preserve the ship Fram used by Norwegian polar explorer, scientist, humanitarian and Nobel peace laureate...

Spikersuppa Skating Rink

Spikersuppa Skating Rink For some, winter can’t come soon enough. You can see these people more or less every night in December through March doing their spins, loop jumps and triple Axels on outdoor skating rink on the main street of Karl Johan, between the parliament and the National Theatre. It’s popularly called “...

Berg & Berg Shop

Berg & Berg Shop The tale of the small clothing brand Berg & Berg is of two economists, Mathias and Karin Berg, who realized that they really wanted to go into business for themselves. That was in 2009. Now, three years later, the Oslo couple makes scarves, socks and cashmere hats in classic patterns from the...

Fyret Mat & Drikke Restaurant

Fyret Mat & Drikke Restaurant You would think that if your musicl studio was a tiny, basement room, with no windows and not even a hint of daylight, you’d end up almost gasping for fresh air and plenty of space when you went out to eat. But meet Marcus Forsgren, the 28-year-old vocalist in a band called The Lionheart Brothers...

Starbucks Coffee Company

The American chain, which started in Seattle, Washington in the Pacifc Northwest, may be the world’s best known coffee. Since 1971, Starbucks Coffee Company has made all sorts of coffee products, plus hot and cold sandwiches, salads and snacks. Starbucks had 16,120 shops in 49 countries worldwide...

United-Bakeries

United-Bakeries French-inspired bakery with a care for craftsmanship and a passion for bread. The breads, made from traditional French recipes with sour dough, are allowed to rise for a long time. The chain offers a variety of baked goods, ranging from classic French croissants to traditional Norwegian buns....

Det Andre Teatret

Det Andre Teatret There is no way around it: Going to the theatre is, for many, the definition of everything expensive, stiff and bourgeois. And even though this is not true, there are alternatives for those living in that delusion: The new theatre in the Lilleborg neighbourhood that calls itself Det Andre Teatret (...

Nobels Fredssenter (Nobel Peace Center)

Nobels Fredssenter Let us establish a sad fact: most cities in the world have a war or defence museum. Oslo is no exception. What sets Oslo apart is that the Norwegian capital also has a real peace museum, as in the nobel peace Center at the downtown aker Brygge area. it’s in the venerable, historically-listed yellow...

Vår Frelsers Gravlund

Vår Frelsers Gravlund Near the st. hanshaughen neighbourhood in the middle of oslo, is a piece of Norwegian history: Vår Frelsers gravlund (our saviour’s Cemetery). Here lie henrik ibsen, Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson and edvard munch a few metres (yards) from each other, surrounded by politicians, poets, composers, and war...