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Tavern at Sverresborg


Vertshuset Tavern from 1739 is Trøndelag Folk Museum's restaurant, with a very special atmosphere. The tavern was the ferryman's residence for 100 years, then situated at Brattøra - close to the fjord and river. The building has an old tradition as a tavern: the ferryman paid taxes on beer tapping for the first time in 1766, and offered his customers overnight accommodation as needed. Today the tavern serves traditional Norwegian food, like "klubb" (a special pudding) and fish cakes. A special party menu is also available.