Popular Norwich coffee shop reopens following complete revamp
- Credit: claire yaxley
A popular Norwich city centre coffee shop has reopened with a whole new look.
Roots coffee shop on Pottergate closed for five weeks over the Christmas period while undergoing a complete revamp and rebranding.
On Friday, February 2 the business reopened as Rabbit.
Owner, Claire Yaxley revealed the change was due to a desire to 'start afresh'.
The 34-year-old from Norwich said: 'I set up the business five years ago with a business partner, then I left, but returned 18 months ago.
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'I knew when I took the coffee shop back over that I wanted to start afresh at some point and last month I finally decided to do it!'
She added: 'We closed for a total of five weeks, the first two were spent with family over Christmas, then three weeks of hard work revamping the inside. We're now officially back open and better than ever!'
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