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The Guardian Says...
The main room for bands has a small bar, serving cans, spirits, soft drinks and wine. The choice of cans is rather more imaginative than the usual Red Stripe or something Australian, which isn't that surprising given that the ground-floor bar – which you don't have to go to a gig to attend – has a genuinely fantastic range of draught and bottled beers and a pretty decent wine list. It's the rare venue in which coming for a drink is as attractive an option as coming for a gig.
Head upstairs and you’ll find all sorts of musical happenings including club nights and very of-the-moment bands playing. So to sum up: Hackney location, trendy name, fancy cooking, local craft beers, cutting-edge sounds. Does that make Oslo sound, well, a bit wanky? Nor-way! The bar is relaxed, the beautiful staff are friendly, the welcome is warm. Everyone: get to Oslo quick.
The concept of a gig and club venue - and everything in between - to suit the mob of Hackney hipsters is one that’s been a long time coming. With a diverse music line-up, original decor and food and drink to die for, Oslo is sure to be the place to be seen.