Once a simple working-class neighborhood north of the center, Grünerløkka has undergone a revival since the 1990s and now hosts a number of trendy bars, cafés, eateries, eclectic galleries, and gift stores. Popular with young people, the area is now known as Oslo's little Greenwich Village. Take a shopping tour here during the day or come for dinner and a drink at night. The popular Sunday bric-a-brac market draws lots of people to Grünerløkka on Sunday, when most shops elsewhere in town are closed.
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