9 places to drink wine on Sundays in Oslo 2022

It’s your day off, you have finally have time to go out. Yet, sometimes it just seems like everything closes down on Sundays. Well, it doesn’t! If you know where to go, Oslo has it all covered. Whether you’re on the look for pizza, Sunday roast, dim sum, bistro – or just a decent glass of wine, here is our wine guide on where to go on lazy Sundays in Oslo.

  1. Phone: +47 22 38 00 88

    Address: Eiriks gate 2, Oslo

    The traditional Nordic cuisine has received a modern makeover at the wine bar and bistro Brutus in Oslo. To go with the sharing plates there is nothing but natural wine chosen from farmers they trust.

  2. Phone: +47 23 20 23 23

    Address: Fredensborgveien 44, Oslo

    Tucked in between old wood houses and brand new apartment buildings in the outskirts of central Oslo, Chez Colin is an everyday French bistro with a French wine list out of the ordinary. There is always a perfect match to the fresh oysters, moules au frites or the stirred steak tartare. Chez Colin was established only in 2015, but has already managed to build one of the most interesting new wine cellars in Oslo.

  3. Phone: +47 23 27 09 27

    Address: Bygdøy allé 59, Oslo

    Oslo’s Enoteca is an intimate Italian restaurant located in beautiful Frogner, always busy with local regulars stopping by for a classic Italian dish and a bottle from Enoteca’s well-sourced cellar. The Enoteca wine list is almost purely Italian and has a fine line up of classics like Barolo, Barbaresco and Tuscans. There’s always a solid list of wines by the glass as well.

  4. Phone: +47 22 35 79 44

    Address: Søndre gate 6, Oslo

    By the Glass List of The Year Nordic, presented by Le Verre de Vin 2019

    Le Benjamin Bar & Bistro is a family-owned bistro with ambiance and a hearty French menu. Have some oysters at the bar or enjoy a full menu in one of the dark leather sofas. The wine list at Le Benjamin is French, terroir driven and packed with top producers.

  5. Phone: +47 22 69 60 00

    Address: Ullevålsveien 43, Oslo

    Smalhans is a neighbourhood restaurant in the popular St.Hanshaugen area of Oslo. Perhaps the first restaurant in Oslo to offer a pure naked wine wine list, Smalhans is now well established among the locals as the place to go for for a full “Krøsus” menu, a snack in the bar, a plat du jour or a Sunday burger. The menu is varied and takes inspiration from all the corners of the world, and the wine list features some of the most well known naturalist wine makers of Europe.

  6. Address: Markveien 58, Oslo

    International By the Glass List 2022

    While Territoriet’s history only dates back to 2014, it has become an institution in Oslo with its extensive wine list and by the glass policy. The small wine bar is contemporarily decorated and has an intimate atmosphere which allows you to study the wine list in comfortable surroundings.

  7. Phone: +47 21 50 72 20

    Address: Stortingsgata 16, Oslo

    A pizza gem located right off one of the main metro stations in the Oslo city center combines convenience, modern pizzas and an extensive list of fine wines (including a whole lot of Domaine Leflaive and Pingus). There is also a good selection of wines by the glass.

  8. Phone: +47 22 60 06 66

    Address: Waldemar Thranes gate 70, Oslo

    Tranen is located just between Grunerløkka and St.Hanshaugen. Refurbished a few years back, Tranen reopened as a pizza place, serving some of the best pizzas in Oslo with a broad range of white and red pizzas. Their rein deer and pomegranate pizza is perhaps their most famous, but you will also find more traditional pizzas. And here you will find anything from excentric Austrian natural wine makers to the finest producers from Burgundy.

  9. Phone: +47 46746044

    Address: Lakkegata 55, Oslo

    In the eastern part of Oslo city center, tucked in between new office buildings, an old listed building houses Vintage Kitchen, a restaurant and wine bar. Vintage Kitchen combines the essence of a Danish “kro”, offering lavish open sandwiches daytime and a classic kitchen in the evenings. The wine list is extensive and mostly classic, but you will find some hipster wines too. Vintage Kitchen also offers a broad selection of wines by the glass.