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O’Learys opens restaurant in Sarpsborg, Norway

Press Release   •   Aug 08, 2017 10:41 BST

As the summer is coming to an end and holidaymakers are returning to their homes, O’Learys are opening the doors to a new restaurant in the shopping mall Storbyen, which is located in the city centre of Sarpsborg, Norway. The Swedish sports bar and restaurant chain has high hopes that their latest addition will become a meeting place for the Sarpsborg community, a place to gather and enjoy food and drinks and watch sports.

- We want to give to the town an unsurpassed sports bar option – a place for locals to get together and have great food and drinks, says Kjetil Døviken, operational manager at O’Learys Sarpsborg. With more than 50 big screens, a menu filled with both American influences and new favorites set in a true sports bar atmosphere that few can match, this will probably become a given hangout spot for many sports interested people.

O’Learys Sarpsborg opens on the 10th of August and is located in connection to the city’s pedestrian zone. Except for great food, drinks and sports, the restaurant also has a Kid’s Corner, shuffleboard and dart. There will be a wide range of sports showing on the 50 big screens – both local and seasonal sports events, and a mix of football, ice hockey, Formula 1, American football and basketball. The 400 m2 big restaurant fits 300 seats and additional outdoor seating adds room for 75 people.

- We are very happy to continue our expansion journey in Norway. Storbyen Center is a city mall in the heart of Sarpsborg and a perfect location for us, says Christian Bellander, CEO at O’Learys Trademark. We’re planning several restaurant openings in Norway and look forward to growing on the Norwegian market together with our franchisees.

For more information, please contact:

Christian Bellander, CEO O’Learys Trademark
Phone +46 70-856 03 75, e-mail

Sara Wikberg, press contact Edelman Deportivo
Phone +46 70-496 66 29, e-mail

O’Learys Bar & Restaurant – is a Swedish franchise chain that was in 1988 in Gothenburg, Sweden by Jonas Reinholdsson and is run by O’Learys Trademark. Today, there are more than 120 restaurants in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Spain, Hungary, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Singapore, China and Vietnam. The total revenue was 2016 more than 2,2 billion SEK. As a partner to the Sweden UN association, O’Learys runs the CSR program Meal4Meal, which, so far, has contributed with more than 1,8 million school meals in Etiopia and DR Congo. O’Learys core values are Fair, Passionate, Proud. More information can be found on

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