The interior at People’s is comfortable and intimate, especially when it’s cold and dark outside. And during the colder, darker months in Oslo, it’s invariably well stocked with people. It’s a favorite place for friends to get together for a private chat.
People’s has long been offering its patrons a choice of good beers and was one of the first places I discovered with Nøgne Ø on tap in Oslo. You can also select from a number of bottles or go with spirits. Their kitchen serves up some very nice dishes ranging from hamburgers to the best Mexican dish I’ve had in Norway – El Grande.
People’s is also a rarity in that it’s one of the few places around where you can buy real food late at night. The kitchen is open until midnight every night except for Friday and Saturday when you can order from their regular menu until 02.00. Good luck finding that anywhere else than Café Sara.
It’s not strange that People’s is one of my favorite places to hang out. The management is the same as those behind the sensational microbrew bar, Crow Bryggeri, Himkok and Café Laundromat art. It’s a very social place and I’ve found myself on more than one occasion hooking up with strangers at People’s to take the party elsewhere as the night wears on.