Pubs and Bars in Norwich
Norwich is a quirky old city. Former capital of the nation and once the second largest city in the country, it’s been graced by the likes of Stephen Fry, Tim Westwood and of course radio legend Alan Partridge.
Mixing historical sites like Norwich Castle and Elm Hill with more modern attractions such as The Forum and EPIC Studios, the city strikes a fine balance between tradition and modernist styles.
This balance is very much reflected in the city’s abundance of bars and pubs. It has an establishment to match any preference: whether it be up market cocktail bar or underground ale house, there’s a place for any thirsty patron to call home.
Whether you have 10 minutes on your hands for a quick half, fancy a light bite or maybe a few hours to have by yourself with the newspaper, you might be meeting friends and passing time over a leisurely lunch, perhaps that chat with a client would work better over a pint?
The Coach and Horses offers the usual things you expect to find in a pub: Real ales of all sorts; lagers from around the world; fine wines and soft drinks, parking and outside seating. Their table menu is extensive, their board menu offers something a little more gastronomic!
One of Norwich's best-loved bars, Revolution Norwich is spread over two floors with downstairs offering a unique mix of lounge style seating and contemporary dining and upstairs boasting the infamous clubroom. An innovative food menu made using the freshest ingredients, a beer and cider range from around the world and cocktails made by experts, all putting Revolution ahead of the game. Ideal for after-work drinks, corporate events, student nights, cocktail masterclasses, dining, parties and functions.