Gay couples can go to the restaurant or bar of their choice – they do not need to go to a place especially for gays. However, there are of course places where you are more likely to meet other gays and lesbians, mainly in the city centre.
Oslo's gay nightlife is not as segregated as in many other cities; gays and lesbians often go to the same places, and different age groups mix. In addition to the designated gay bars like London, So and Elsker, there are also other places with many gay regular guests, such as Ett Glass and Bobs pub.
Unpretentious, informal and relaxed place with traditional pub atmosphere and very reasonable prices.
Bob's is gay-friendly and attracts a mixed crowd.
Outdoor tables during summer season.
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Brighton Pub is a proper English country pub in the city centre. The pub offers a large variety of beers and wines. Coffee and snacks are available during the...
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Diplomaten opened in 2013, and is a bar and club for gays and lesbians and their friends. On the ground floor there is a bar and a relaxed atmosphere, while...
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Elsker is a popular place for gays and lesbians, and for anyone else who wants something to eat or drink in a friendly, open-minded atmosphere.
Elsker is a...
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This two-floor café-bar-restaurant is a popular meeting place in the city centre of Oslo.
During the day Ett Glass is one of Oslo's most continental and...
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London Pub has been Oslo's most famous gay bar since the '70s.
London Pub (ground floor): 3 pm-3.30 am
Quiz on Mondays from 8 pm.
Karaoke on Tuesdays from 9...
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A bar for girls who like girls. SO mainly targets the lesbian crowd, but gay men and straight people are more than welcome.
At SO interior design and good...
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