Nedre Løkka Cocktail Bar & Lounge Inside Look of a New Grünerløkka Spot

Nedre Løkka Cocktail Bar & Lounge is a new place at the far southern corner of Thorvald Meyers gate in Grünerløkka (the old venue of Escalon). The guys behind the concept, Kim Søyland and Jama Awaleh, already run several other bars in Oslo, like Stratos, Justisen and F6. The design of the place is inspired by New York, and the fact that Grünerløkka once was referred to as “Ny York” due to its grid planned streets similar to Manhattan. Andreas Gullbrandsson is bar manager and his drinks are also inspired by American culture, although with Nordic ingredients as well. Nedre Løkka is already open, complete with bars and lounges on two floors, and even has a section that you can rent for private events upstairs. Next year, the guys will open a pop-up kitchen, a backyard, and a rooftop terrace.

Opens December 1st in Oslo

Nedre Løkka Cocktailbar & Lounge
Nedre Løkka Cocktailbar & Lounge
Nedre Løkka Cocktailbar & Lounge
Nedre Løkka Cocktailbar & Lounge
Rotating bar
Rotating bar
Bar manager Andreas Gullbrandsson shaking things up
Bar manager Andreas Gullbrandsson shaking things up
Two to Tango. Very acidic with a ginger flavor and a burning sensation from chili.
Two to Tango. Very acidic with a ginger flavor and a burning sensation from chili.
The main area on the ground floor
The main area on the ground floor
Cocktails & dreams
Cocktails & dreams
Lounge area on the ground floor
Lounge area on the ground floor
Alchemy in progress
Alchemy in progress
Smoke action
Smoke action
0 Alquemista. Nedre Løkka's take on a negroni.
0 Alquemista. Nedre Løkka’s take on a negroni.
Lounge on the second floor
Lounge on the second floor
The library lounge upstairs can be booked for private events
The library lounge upstairs can be booked for private events
Blackboard art
Blackboard art
View from the rooftop terrace – yet to be built
View from the rooftop terrace – yet to be built

Anders Husa

I am Anders Husa – a foodie living in Oslo. I eat at the best restaurants in Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm and the major food destinations in the world. I share my foodie stories here.

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