Øscår Elch - at Ringgenpark
High-quality, fabulously tasty and fun for young and old! The moose is the noblest of all winter animals. Øscår Elch, Peter Flamingo's brother and tomcat Karlos's uncle, is now trotting in from the north and turning Bern's Ringgenpark into an unusual market square for a short winter moment! In the middle of the city, containers are assembled, framed with wood and converted into a Christmas bar and winter food chalet.
Colourful, creative, cheerful and urban: anyone who has fallen in love with Peter Flamingo will also love Øscår Elch. There is also a varied cultural programme in winter. Gourmets can look forward to the unique homemade Hot Mules, delicious tarte flambée with different toppings or the soul-warming Swedish mulled wine "Glögg".
Due to the current situation, seats are limited to 50 people at a time.
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