FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do I have to be gay to go

to Fincken?

Who cares? Only you probably. Just be old enough and a decent fellow human being

What is your phone number?

We don't have a phone. Slip into our DMs on Facebook or e-mail us through this link.

How much does one

beer cost?

In Norway we aren't allowed to advertise alcohol prices.

Buuut.. if we had been allowed to advertise it, it definitely would be worth advertising, if you know what I'm saying, but not really saying.

Why do I have to pay covercharge???

Because covercharge is the single most important income at Fincken. It keeps us afloat and

it keeps the prices in the bar lower than average, which ensures that a wider range of people can afford to visit us

Are there only

men there?

No, we are extremely happy and grateful to have one of the most diverse crowds in Bergen nightlife, as it should be.

Can I take my shirt/ clothes off?

Knock yourself out! Just be sober enough to remember doing it. Free all the nipples! All nipples are equal!

 

(no exposed genitals, sorry...)

What's your

age limit?

Our age limit is 18+ on Wednesdays and Thursdays, and 20+ on Fridays and Saturdays. Other than that; all ages welcome!

Do you have a

wardrobe?

Yes, we do! The wardobe is in the bar on our 2nd floor, and is open every weekend after 11pm. The bartender checks your coats and bags for 30kr, and keeps them safe while you're twerking it out!

Do you have WiFi?

We don't have any WiFi, free or for charge. Seriously, put your goddamn phones away and talk to each other! 

What kind of music do

you play?

We usually swing between different pop eras (80s, 90s, 00s, 10s), but we also serve up the occasional techno/house DJ set, parties dedicated to reggaeton/soca/afrobeat, divas, legends and contemporary pop. Check out our regular events here.

Are there only

young people there?

Our guests are everything from fresh-off-the-legal-liquor- age (20) to fabulously feisty retirees. We are rumoured to be the place where everyone can find someone to talk to and a bunch of new BFFs.

Why is your website in English?

Because most Norwegians speak English, but most non-Norwegians do not speak Norwegian. It's an inclusion thing