For many, this is the Irish pub in Oslo. The Dubliner was one of the first Irish pubs to establish itself in the city, and it ... More
The Dubliner Folkpub
For many, this is the Irish pub in Oslo. The Dubliner was one of the first Irish pubs to establish itself in the city, and it has become a beloved part of the city's nightlife. Every Tuesday and Saturday the pub hosts jam-session nights - musicians come by and play for a pint of Guinness. The customers are a nice blend of Irish and British people and Norwegians from all layers of society. Stockbrokers meet the guys on the floor (so to speak) for a pint and an entertaining evening. Rumor also has it that The Dubliner has the best Irish coffee ever sold in this country. If you want a seat during weekends, show up early.
Always much life and atmosphere there, nice people, good music, though a little expencive for the beer..
but all in all it`s a place worth to re-visit more than once!:)
Just wish it was someone there that dared to talk to us shy ones.. :p
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