Bodø's nightlife is ok by Norwegian standards. Bodø should be around the 6 th best nightlife city in Norway, after Tromsø, Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Oslo. Friday and Saturday is the best nights. It doesnt get real busy until midnight and it closes at 4. Sunday to Tuesday it's dead. Places I recommend are Tapasta, Min plass, Kaia, Public, Paviljongen, G and Top 13.
PianoKlubb: Live Music for the Oldies
Perhaps the best tip regarding Bodø nightlife is to know that the different age groups are drawn to the different clubs (birds of a feather....). The PianoKlubb tends to draw a crowd that prefers the "oldies". With a crowd made primarily of more mature patrons, this club is still very lively and provides the ability to enjoy sing-a-longs and revel in the songs that don't get much airplay on the radio. I would caution that you hold your drink as the dancing can get rather lively and it was noted more than once that someone would "accidently" pick up your drink as thought their own. Management was quick to address the problems and the overall experience was very nice.
Min Plass: When with friends
Perhaps the best tip regarding Bodø nightlife is to know that the different age groups are drawn to the different clubs (birds of a feather....). Min Plass ("My Place") actually requires patrons to be 23 or older (but I didn't see ID checked) and draws a somewhat more mellow crowd. Because of the lower music level, Min Plass allows for good conversation. A cozy club atmosphere and attentive wait staff enhance the experience while visiting with old or making new friends.
Da Carla: For the young (and young at heart)
Perhaps the best tip regarding Bodø nightlife is to know that the different age groups are drawn to the different clubs (birds of a feather....). Da Carla is great with club music and a younger crowd (18-25) with a lot of energy and dancing. It is very crowded and sometimes moving within the club is difficult because of all the dancing and crowd. The food is also good and may serve as a good start to the night, though the restaurant is not nearly as lively.
Kafe Kafka: Cafe, coffeehouse and all-around good place
Kafe Kafka - a comfortable hang-out in central Bodø, was my favorite place in town. I went there to check my email, to have a good bite of gnosh after a day's sightseeing and hiking, and to sample the local brew. All sorts of interesting people come to Kafe Kafka - including VT-er Maritagnes. It's the kind of place that warmly welcomes anyone who is a traveller - whether a physically or spiritually.
- Beer Tasting
Sinus: Jazz and Rock scene
The home of Jazz, Rock and Alternative music lovers in Bodø. The place has its long traditions and is maybe the location where you can find the true inner soul of this town and its people.
The picture is taken on one of their musical quiz evenings.
Dress Code: No special dress code.
Min Plass: Where to go for a beer..
The name means "My place".
A nice spot to go out for a beer with friends and to see other people. You can buy a light meal there as well.
Lots of people there in the week-ends - and on Wednesday evenings (which is a kind of "little Saturday" here in Norway) Not a particular teenager place, but a place that attracts a little more grown-up audience.
Dress Code: Casual dressing
EN KOPP (Yes, exactly - it means "a cup" ;-): Out for a drink or just "a cup" .... at EN KOPP
Just a nice, relaxed place to go out for a cup of coffee (or cafe latte, capuccino.......),
a beer or a drink. Snacks and light meals are
At certain nights there are live concerts with local artists.
Internet access from the bar.
Dress Code: No dress code, be yourself.
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