This is one of those great little places in Oslo that is always fun to go to. It is open late and the food is not that bad either.
Try a "Filbeck" (I am unsure how to spell it). It is a combination drink of aquivit, vodka and sprite. It is pretty good though.
Dress Code: No dress code-come as you are.
Nipped into Cafe con Bar on the Friday night and it seemed to be pretty quite - might have been because it was Easter weekend. Nice bar though with mens toilets that have portholes you can talk to lasses waiting for a P while your having a P..
Dress Code: Smart but at the same time a bit more grungy than the more run of the mill places in central Oslo.
Café con Bar is a very popular and trendy place, with lots of people at any time of the day. It is situated in Grønland, very close to the train- and busstation. This area is normally very cheap, but has become more popular the last years. Café con Bar is one of the new places that has popped up, and is one of the most expencive in the area.
It is a nice place for taking a coffee (sorry, latté... ;), something to eat or some drinks. But you can also find many nice and cheaper places nearby if you care more about your budget than beeing in the 'right' place...
Dress Code: You can come as you are, but there are a lot of 'fashion-victims' here...
Cafe con Bar used to be very trendy a couple of years ago. Now it's said to be less trendy... but that is absolutelly not easy to remark, once there's often a queue to enter the place and as a rule you almost have to pinch someone's ass to steal his seat! Very cool place, best Bloody Mary in town! Ask for extra spicy, you won't regret!
Techno music, not much light... you'll understand why Oslo has the best cafes in the world!
Dress Code: Don't know... But jeans is my uniform and I've never been stopped. You have to be at least 23 years-old .
Nice and friendly bar.
Funny G/Etoilet with view on the opposite side and vice versa, thanks gaps in the mythical separation wall ;-).