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table the tapas are well worth it, and its the perfect place to pout over some serrano ham and twelve-month manchego with a glass of cava. The owner Marte kelsrud is a former stylist and has an excellent eye for showcasing Scandinavian brands alongside international favorites. Txotx, a new hot spot, the emphasis here is on Basque-style pintxos and shared plates, like succulent grilled oysters or salty bacalao. No neighborhood better embodies Oslos coming-of-age than Grünerlkka, a neatly encapsulated couple of square blocks with a name that might scare of anglophonesits pronounced groo-ner-loh-kuhbut with an attitude and energy that is reminiscent of New Yorks Williamsburg or Bushwick, Montreals Mile End, or even Los. The friendly, extremely knowledgable staff will guide you through an encyclopedic wine list, make selections based on your preferences, and even teach you how to open the bottle properly. Books and music, new or old, popular or alternative - Oslos book and music stores have it all. Rde Kors Secondhand, photo: Rde Kors Secondhand. Photo: Norway Designs, design and home decor, stores with the best in Scandinavian and international design.
Photo: Promenaden Management, high-end shopping, exclusive department stores and high-fashion shops lie side by side in the city centre. Bass Oslo, the place to come for your Scandinavian fix. Monki, photo: Visitoslo/Adeline Cuvelier, clothes and accessories, lots to choose from, whether you prefer low budget or international fashion labels. Where To Drink, tim WendelboeRumor has it this was Europes first third wave coffee shop. Cupcakes, Mathallen Food Hall, photo: Visitoslo / Didrick Stenersen.
Shopping malls, department stores, small boutiques, shopping streets with hundreds of small shops and retailers, charming antique shops, flea markets, suppliers of exclusive international brand names and local handicraft shops. You can find a range of things from full body snowsuits to really cool accessories or designer bags. Even if shopping for menswear isnt on your must-do list, Dapper is worth a visit. This is great if you want a killer designer accessory that no one else will have. Its also really filled with clothing, the racks are completely stuffed so if you spend a little bit more time in there than usual you can really find some cool stuff.
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