|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
|Monday - Saturday||12:00||- 22:00|
* Lunch served between 12:00 - 16:00 and dinner from 17:00
A beautiful historical building uniquely combined with a modern all day restaurant and bar concept.
The Fresco Hall is part of the old stock exchange building, which was built in 1861-82, and is considered one of Norway's national art treasures. The Fresco Hall is decorated with frescoes painted by Axel Revold in the years 1921-23 and the motifs in the frescoes are linked to Bergen's business life.
The hall has undergone a major refurbishment and is now as a large all day restaurant. At the Fresco Hall you can have a coffee and cake, a drink or spend the whole evening with a full dinner. The food is local and fresh, with focus on seafood, grill and signature dishes based on sharing. Enjoy dining while listening to DJ sets that create a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Next door to the restaurant is a gin bar, run by Stig Bareksten, the man behind the award-winning Bareksten gin.
The glamour of a bygone age infused with a contemporary soul. That’s the Fresco experience! A privileged venue nestled in one of the most historic areas of Bergen.
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