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Opening date revealed for Veeno, the new wine cafe at Castle Mall

PUBLISHED: 11:40 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:40 25 September 2018

Wine cafe Veeno will become the second outlet at Castle Mall's Timberhill Terrace. Picture: Mark Shields.

Wine cafe Veeno will become the second outlet at Castle Mall's Timberhill Terrace. Picture: Mark Shields.

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Norwich’s newest “wine cafe” has revealed when it will open its doors to the public.

Wine cafe Veeno will become the second outlet at Castle Mall's Timberhill Terrace. Picture: Mark Shields.Wine cafe Veeno will become the second outlet at Castle Mall's Timberhill Terrace. Picture: Mark Shields.

The finishing touches are being put to Veeno at Castle Mall’s Timberhill Terrace, ahead of its opening on Thursday, September 27.

The business will become the second to move into the mall’s long-awaited restaurant development, where Cocina has been the only operator for the past year.

An opening night for guests will be held on Wednesday before the customers are welcomed on Thursday.

Veeno styles itself as a Italian wine cafe, serving drinks and cold foods such as meats and cheeses. The chain was launched in Manchester in 2013 and has 20 other outlets across the UK.

The restaurant development at Castle Mall is expected to be completed this autumn, with the openings of Bourgee and Babel.

MORE: Castle Mall boss says long-awaited restaurant quarter can start new era at Norwich centre

It is part of the shopping centre’s attempt to remodel itself as a leisure destination, which includes a £2m plan to open a new 10-pin bowling centre and obstacle assault course.

MORE: Could this be what Castle Mall’s new £2m 10-pin bowling centre looks like?

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