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The man behind a new pizzeria at a brewery on the edge of Norwich says it has enjoyed a busy first few weeks as diners continue to eat al fresco.

Raise your steins in the air as you will still be able to celebrate Oktoberfest in Norfolk this year at a new socially distanced event.

You can save up to £10 per person until the end of September at this great Norwich restaurant

When lockdown hit in March and pubs across the country were forced to close their doors, Peter Ford knew exactly how he was going to spend his time with no customers.

A pub’s sit-down disco will go ahead in an earlier window to comply with the new coronavirus curfew, its owner has said.

A seaside town cafe has proved to be a success with locals who have discovered the hidden gem.

Two entrepreneurs will be looking to bring their speciality ‘potato surprise’ to Norwich as they open their first takeaway in Aylsham Road.

Curfew menus and drinks deals are being launched across Norfolk in response to the government’s order to hospitality businesses to shut by 10pm.

A micro-pub in north Norfolk has enjoyed double success in an awards ceremony celebrating real ale.

A North Norfolk chef has hit out at Tripadvisor for only removing a racist review of one of his restaurants after he took to social media to complain.

A popular Norwich pub has been crowned the best in the city in regional awards celebrating real ale and traditional pubs.

The owner of a Norfolk pub has announced she will be permanently closing at the end of the month following an “appalling” trading period.

An historic Norfolk pub which has been closed for more than a year is due to spring back to life in early November.

Norfolk restaurants have welcomed a move from government which will see businesses fined for not adhering to coronavirus rules.

Green grocers and butchers are preparing for a second surge in demand if Covid-19 rules are tightened, after many shoppers returned to supermarkets when lockdown eased.

A former Royal chef says he loved cooking for the Queen at her remote farmhouse retreat.

Take your lockdown baking to a new level and master the art of bread making with these tips from Eat Norfolk Home Chef of the Year and sourdough master Chris Payne

The brains behind Gonzo’s Tea Room in Norwich have launched an evening service at upstairs restaurant Brix and Bones, with locally sourced meats cooked on a coal grill and steaks sold by weight.

A north Norfolk brewery has thought of an innovative way for many people to be able to socialise in the same place despite the coronavirus rules.

Too Fat Roasties has been serving Sunday lunches at The Reindeer in Norwich since the pub reopened after lockdown - and they have proved very popular. Louisa Baldwin headed along to try it out.

The owners of Bake Away are celebrating sweet success as they gear up to open their relocated shop in Norwich city centre, after outgrowing their premises in Sprowston.

A new Middle Eastern takeaway has opened its doors in Norwich, with options such as kebabs and wraps, and it is already proving a hit.

A 76-year-old former headteacher’s dream has finally come true after she opened her very own chocolate shop in Norwich’s Royal Arcade.

Diners in Norfolk have shown their support for restaurants through their tips, with owners seeing record generosity from the public.

The former head chef of one of Norwich’s top fine dining restaurants has launched a street food stall offering quality dishes at affordable prices.

A Norwich pub is seeing customers staying longer and spending more after lockdown thanks to a refurbished garden, pop-up street food and introducing deposits.

Make the most of the end of the summer by enjoying a drink in a beer garden with your family and friends at one of these great Norwich spots.

Reviewer Donna-Louise Bishop set herself the task of finding a great place for the whole family to eat out. Find out why the she found the perfect spot...

A Norwich businessman is planning to run the Panda Bar which closed earlier this year because of “crippling rates.”

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