Courtesy Maaemo, Tuukka Koski

Summer in Oslo encourages a quintessentially European laid-back ease; late afternoons consist of sipping wine and socializing along the waterfront, prior to dinner at one of Oslo’s hot spot eateries. While Norwegian specialties (reindeer, salmon) used to reign supreme (and monopolize the dining scene), today, international fusion restaurants take center stage, and foodies can expect Michelin-starred dining, a plethora of excellent sushi restaurants and gourmet food halls. Note: Many restaurants close in July, when locals leave the city for vacation. For an abbreviated list of restaurants, read Top Tables Oslo.

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