New Oslo Airport pier welcomes host of restaurants and shops

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Restaurants and shops at Oslo Airport’s new northern pier are ready for customers with one month to go until its official opening.

Jamie’s Italian opened its doors to passengers today (March 28) and is located in the international area near the duty-free shop. Bolgen and Moi Food Garage, TGI Fridays and another Northland restaurant are among other eateries available to passengers.

Elkjop Travel will also feature on the northern pier, selling electronics brands include Bose, Apple and Canon. Bookshop Tanum will also open two more stores, taking its total branches at Oslo Airport to five.

“We are very excited to finally be able to open all of these great restaurants,” said Øyvind Hasaas, managing director at Oslo Airport. “We want to be one of the best in Europe when it comes to food and shopping, and these new openings help make sure we get there.

“I am convinced that Jamie’s Italian, Bolgen and Moi Food Garage, Northland and TGI Fridays all help us one step closer.

“Next week and toward the official opening, even more shops and restaurants will be opening to the delight of anyone passing through the airport. A fair amount of construction still remains before everything is open, but we thank all passengers for their patience and promise we will do whatever we can to open as soon as possible.”

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