There are plenty of great places to eat in Trondheim. As the principal city in one of the country's richest farming areas, there is no shortage of fantastic local produce and eateries offering delicious dishes.

    But what should you do while your food goes down? And where can you go to burn off all that energy from your dinner? Here is a list of what to do to round off your evening in Trondheim.


    Gulating Ølutsalg

    Beer lovers' paradise is fun for everyone

    • Food
    • Nightlife

    Whether you just want a normal beer or something really exciting, Gulating Ølutsalg is the place to go. Trondheim is a mecca for anyone with an above-average interest in beer, and Gulating has several places you can drop by to quench your thirst.

    Whether you fancy sampling some Belgian sour beer, English stout, American NEIPA or something completely different from Asia, everything is possible at Gulating. The stores also sell beer, so there's nothing to stop you bringing both beer and happy memories back home with you.

    Location: Olav Tryggvasons Gate 28, 7011 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Monday-Friday: 10.00-20.00. Saturday: 10.00-18.00. Sunday: closed.

    Phone: +47 993 21 987



    Experience some of the world's biggest artists

    Byscenen is one of the bigger entertainment venues in Trondheim and attracts big names from all over the world. With a capacity for around 750 people, even the most discerning concert-goers will be able experience some amazing concerts here, from the spectacular to the more informal.

    It's worth checking Byscenen's own website for the latest programme, so you don't miss out on your favourite performer. You may also want to bring earplugs to a concert venue of this caliber - because it can get loud!

    Location: Olav Tryggvasons Gate 19, 7012 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Calendar of events

    Phone: +47 73 52 52 00


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    One of the city's best night clubs with the DJs you love

    • Nightlife

    Once you've enjoyed a nice dinner at one of Trondheim's wonderful restaurants, there's nothing better than finishing the night off in a nightclub - and Diskoteket is the place to go. This is one of the city's absolute highlights if you go on one of their top club nights.

    Throughout the week, renowned DJs are ready to get you on the dance floor, and many of the club's concepts lure people back week after week and month after month.

    Location: Kongsgårdsgata 3, 7010 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Monday-Saturday: 20.00-02.30. Sunday: closed.

    Phone: +47 400 01 744


    EC Dahls Bryggeri

    An old brewery with a tasty surprise

    • Food
    • Nightlife

    EC Dahls Bryggeri, a brewery that has been a cornerstone company for Trondheim for over a hundred years, is now open to the public and offers samples of their tasty brews. And you can even take in a concert or exhibition while you're there. The building is split into several departments, allowing you to accomplish several things in one visit.

    Even if there is nothing particular on the calendar when you visit, it's still a really fun place to go. Dahls is located a short distance outside the usual strip of nightlife. This means it's easier to get a taxi here and the streets are less noisy.

    Location: Strandveien 71, 7042 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Tuesday-Saturday: 17.00-24.00, Sunday-Monday: closed

    Phone: +47 406 97 400


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    Trondheim microbrewery

    The perfect pit stop

    • Food
    • Nightlife

    Trondheim Microbrewery not only serves interesting low-alcohol malt drinks, it also has its own micro distillery that makes locally stored brandy. Trondheim is a city with strong work traditions, and micro breweries and distilleries continue these traditions by providing good jobs and popular end products.

    Drinking a glass of something a little stronger after a heavy meal can aid digestion, and this is the place to order drink you won't get served elsewhere. Whatever drink you choose, you're guaranteed a unique experience.

    Location: Prinsens Gate 39, 7011 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Monday-Tuesday: 17.00-24.00. Wednesday-Thursday: 15.00-24.00. Friday: 15.00-02.00. Saturday: 12.00-02.00. Sunday: closed.

    Phone: +47 924 82 200


    Bars in Bakklandet

    Best place in the city for a bar tour

    • Food
    • Nightlife

    With its cobbled streets and low wooden houses, Bakklandet is one of Trondheim's cosiest districts, whatever you do here. But going on a tour of the local bars with friends or a loved is right up there of pleasant things to do. This is not the place to go to for crowds and loud music. Instead, you can look forward to deep, comfy armchairs, a friendly service and bars that focus on quality rather than quantity.

    Many of the bars on Bakklandet are also close to the Nidelva, so you can rest your eyes on the idyllic view while spending quality time with your friends.

    Location: Bakklandet, Trondheim, Norway


    Bars at Solsiden

    Modern, cosy and a short distance from everything you need

    • Food
    • Nightlife

    Solsiden has all the shops and restaurants you could wish for! And once you've eaten, it's nice to find somewhere comfy to sit with a glass of something tasty. Whether you're looking for hip bars with a wide choice of drinks, loud music and nightlife or just want to have a good time with plenty of space around you, Solsiden has what you're looking for.

    Most of the bars on Solsiden are bright and inviting with large outdoor seating areas and windows that let in plenty of natural light on those days when it's too cold to sit outside. It is the ideal location to take some time out.

    Location: Solsiden, Trondheim, Norway


    Den Gode Nabo

    Great atmosphere in an old warehouse

    • Nightlife

    Den Gode Nabo is perhaps Bakklandet's most famous restaurant, and many who live here consider this their favourite local.

    Beer enthusiasts have been raving about the varied menu here for a long time, and even if beer isn't your thing, you're certain to find something tempting. No matter what you order from Den Gode Nabo, you are guaranteed a wonderful view of the Nidelva and the old department stores that face Trondheim's historic maritime district. That's if you manage to get a window seat!

    Location: Øvre Bakklandet 66, 7016 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Tuesday-Thursday: 16.00-01.00. Friday-Saturday: 14.00-01.00. Sunday-Monday: 16.00-24.00

    Phone: +47 950 68 322


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    Lille London

    Almost like being in England

    • Nightlife

    Lille London has been a favourite haunt of Trondheim's Anglophile beer drinkers since the pub first opened. Here you really feel like you're in a British pub, with proper beer taps, lukewarm beer and football on a big screen.

    In true tradition, the furniture is all dark wood and leather, and floor is, of course, carpeted. All that's missing is a black cab or red double-decker bus driving past outside. Make sure you get to Lille London early if you want a seat at the bar.

    Location: Carl Johans gate 10, 7010 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Monday-Friday: 15.00-02.30. Saturday: 11.00-02.30. Sunday: 12.00-02.30

    Phone: +47 73 51 80 95


    Nidelven bar & scene

    See your favourite artists on stage while you enjoy a drink

    • Nightlife

    With a capacity for an audience of around 200 people, Nidelven bar & scene is one of Trondheim's coolest places to experience live music. Here you'll see famous faces one night and completely unknown artists the next. The booking managers here are known for having impeccable taste whatever the genre, which makes this a great place to finish off your evening in Trondheim.

    The place has a friendly vibe, so there's plenty of opportunity to make new friends while listening to some new sounds.

    Location: Kjøpmannsgata 19, 7013 Trondheim, Norway

    Open: Moonday-Thursday: closed. Friday-Saturday: 21.00-02.00

    Phone: +47 924 18 187


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