5 great wine places in Bergen
Have you come all the way to Bergen, Norway, we want to make it easy for you to choose a great place for drinking great wines! And if you are a regular, you might find some new favorites?
Phone: 55 31 30 33
Address: Christies gate 11, Bergen
Don Pippo is located in an old flower shop near the Catholic church in Bergen. Already an institution in the city, Don Pippo focuses its food on local produce and serves everything from smaller nibbles to more substantial meals.
Phone: 55 30 40 72
Address: Strandgaten 81, Bergen
Altona is located in a hotel close to the pedestrian street in Bergen city centre. Its roots go back to the 1600s when Altona was one of the most famous places to have a drink – in many ways it still is. The à la carte menu has a seafood focus, but there is also other local produce to choose from. The wine list consists of more than 1,000 labels, with a classical backbone.
Phone: 400 02 455
Address: Torgallmenningen 2, Bergen
Bare is a fine dining restaurant in the city centre of Bergen. It is located in an old stock exchange building, and a meal here often starts with a few appetizers in the beautiful bar with mirror walls. The meal then continues in the dining room where contemporary meets classic, both in terms of decoration and the wine list. The food is based on seasonal and local produce.
Phone: 55 90 16 00
Address: Kong Oscars gate 44, Bergen
Colonialen 44 Restaurant and Food Bar is located in Bergen city centre and consists of a restaurant and an adjacent food bar. There is an open kitchen, yet a comfortable and intimate feel to the dining rooms with its stylish and balanced interior decoration. The restaurant serves set menus with local produce and sometimes international flavours with good wine pairings. In the food bar, you can have small plates with an extensive range of wines by the glass.
Phone: 56 12 34 01
Address: Fjøsangerveien 32, Bergen
Ellie Gastrobar is located at Danmarks Plass in Bergen. A neighbourhood bar with rustic interior and a varied gastropub menu. The food has it roots in the Italian and Japanese kitchen, but will take inspiration from anywhere with a good idea.