In November, there’s quite a big chance that rain will be pouring over you during your visit to Oslo. Heck, it might even snow! Even though both are cosy at some point, it’s always nice to hide away from the rain in a nice setting. Here are three venues that are perfect to sneak into for a warming beverage.
In our favourite bohemian area Grünerløkka, lies Schous MikroBryggeri. This microbrewery has brewed and served over 60 unique beers. The pub is located in a cellar of the old ‘actual’ brewery and has that cosy atmosphere with wooden furniture and a massive fireplace. Schouskjelleren Mikrobryggeri is located Trondheimsveien 2.
Kaffebrenneriet is a chain of cafés in Oslo, but don’t expect any Starbucks vibes – this is better. As their name implies (The Coffee Roastery), they know their coffee. In the city centre, you’ll find shops at Rådhusplassen, Karl Johans Gate 7 & 24, and Akersgata 16 & 45, to mention a few.
Oslo Mekaniske Verkstad
Located on Tøyenbekken 34, you’ll find a two room-bar located in an old workshop (thus the name, which translates to Oslo Mechanical Workshop). In this bar, you will most definitely feel satisfied on a rainy winter’s day with the open fireplace, sofas and cute set-ups for tables.