Hip bar with a hip crowd and even hipper beers. Although, as usual, most of the crowd seem to be focussed on cocktails and lager. Very good range on the board, with all styles and key craft countries represented. Very good bottle range, but post-Brexit the price was off-putting for us. Was quite busy so we couldn’t try the games, although the shuffleboard is on the cards next time. Kniven round the corner was more up our street.
This was like a "Fun Pub" back in my younger days! Great music. A bit boring tap selection, but the bottle selection is worth seeking out. I enjoyed a can from Oskar Blues. The games didn’t tempt me. Am I already old and boring? (Visited December 6th 2014)
Visited in 2012 or 2011. Very cool place with lots of game and a small but nice selection of beers. They even had some games in the tables and a big gaming room. I’ve never been to a similar pub before so quite refreshing.
Tilt is located in the old Torgata bath alongside Rockefeller concert hall and several other. It is a fun, youthful place with loads of old flipper panels and old style shuffle games (remember to book in time, they are popular). The beers are numerous and plentyfull, a good tapline and well stocked fridges.
A fun place with a good mix of hipsters, students and beer geeks.
Very packed, and very expensive. Pretty decent selection of beers, though. Service was horrendous, but that might be because the place was packed. Game machines on some tables. Ours didn’t work, unfortunately, and we didn’t get a refund for the tokens we bought.
I read that the place had a nice selection before hand, and was positively surprised. They had a couple of Norwegian micros on tap, including Kinn, as well as Maredsous Blonde which was quite nice but pricey compared to the higher quality stuff.
The place is quite nice, like a sophisticated arcade, where the shuffle boards are the big draw. It’s quite nice for just a pint as well, but the music is a little too loud to be able to have a conversation with anyone else than your neighbor unless you want to wake up with a soar throat the next day.
The place is sort of hidden on the side of Rockefeller music hall, and has no signs visible from the outside, you’ll only see it when you’re at the doorstep. Their home page and face book page lack an address - weird concept.