Adam and Eve is a pub in the city of Norwich, England. It is located in Bishopgate, close to Norwich Cathedral, the Great Hospital and Norwich Crown Court. It is widely claimed to be the oldest pub in the city, with the earliest known reference made in 1249.
Bedfords Bar 1 Old Post Office Yard
Quaint 15th/17th-century venue with bistro dining in vaulted bar-restaurant and live music in crypt.
The Birdcage 23 Pottergate
Artsy boozer with cool looks, cocktails and cupcakes, gallery space, plus poetry and cabaret nights.
The Black Horse 50 Earlham Rd
The Black Horse is a laid-back pub that welcomes diners and drinkers alike. Offering a wood burner, large garden, locally sourced quality produce, seasonal menus and an extensive selection of craft beers, wines and spirits.
Chambers Cocktail Company 12-14 Wensum St
Bespoke, hand-crafted cocktails with a focus on depth of flavour, showcasing homemade ingredients and talented professional bartenders.
Fat Cat Brewery Tap 98-100 Lawson Rd
Award winning CAMRA pub. Characterful real ale hotspot serving its own beer, with live music in colourful rustic surrounds.
The Georgian Town House 30-34 Unthank Rd
Combining Georgian interior design with an enormous walled garden, locally sourced quality produce, evolving seasonal menus, and an extensive selection of craft beers, wines and spirits, The Georgian Townhouse is one of Norwich’s best kept secrets.
Gonzos Tea Room 68 London St
Award winning, burger spot, bar, cocktail lounge, coffee shop, dog friendly, nightclub, general chill out zone and pub in Norwich. Gonzo’s features a spectacular rooftop terrace during the summer months.
Hawthorn 2-4 St Benedicts St
Neighbourhood cocktail bar, located on St Benedicts Street, Norwich. Upstairs is table service cocktail bar, serving in-house creations and classics. Downstairs you will find draft beer, classic cocktails, and a wide selection of wines by the glass.
The Lamb Inn Lamb Yard, Orford Pl
Stylish pub for upscale pub grub such as gourmet burgers, plus kids' menu and a covered terrace. Find the Lamb Inn in the centre of Norwich near the high street.
Louis Marchesi 17 St. GEORGE TOMBLAND
Named after Louis Marchesi, the founder of the Round Table Great Britain and Ireland, a charitable organisation for young men, set up in Norwich in 1927. Today it’s a popular pub located in Tombland.
The Mash Tun + Gin Palace 16 Charing Cross
Modern, rustic-style pub focused on craft beer, with pumps at the tables and an upstairs gin bar.
The Mischief 8 Fye Bridge St
18th century wooden floored pub, close to River Wensum and Fye Bridge. Very busy, with younger clientele, there are several drinking areas, three pool tables and a football table.
Mr Postles’ Apothecary 2 Upper King St
A beautiful and intriguing 1820’s themed bar and restaurant featuring live music and an extensive range of food and cocktails.
The Norwich Cottage 9 Silver Rd
Small pub with outdoor seating in courtyard. Visit the Norwich Cottage for tastey beer and great food. (Thursday night is beer and burger night, highly recommended!)
Platform Twelve 12 St Benedicts St
A speak easy bar hosting live music and open mic nights. Up on the mezzanine floor you will find a range of board games. Platform Twelve is great for a relaxed evening.
The Playhouse 42 - 58 St Georges St
The Playhouse Bar is a fantastic, friendly space serving real ales from local breweries. German lagers on tap, delicious wines, exotic tea and coffee and splendid small snacks. Speak-easy snug, art exhibitions and contemporary wonky music both live and on vinyl.
The Rumsey Wells 4 St Andrews St
A wood-panelled boozer with leather sofas, serving real ales and a creative pie menu. Also featuring it's own courtyard.
The Ten Bells 74-78 St Benedicts St
Vintage signs line the cosy interior of this modern bar known for classic cocktails and real ales.
The Eagle 33 Newmarket Rd
Contemporary pub with a typical British menu as well as a doggy menu and cold brewed coffees.
Plasterers Arms 43 Cowgate
Craft beer and pizza. The plasterers Arms offers a range of interesting beers and tries to avoid the big multi-national sellers.
The Stanley 33 Magdalen Rd
Pub with a friendly and lively atmosphere with a beer garden
Walnut Tree Shades Old Post Office Court
American-inspired food and retro-diner decor, plus jukebox and live bands in former Victorian pub.
Warwick Street Social 2 Warwick St
Stylish restaurant & bar with outdoor terrace, serving inventive British menus and cocktails.
The Wig and Pen 6 St Martin-At-Palace Plain
17th-century pub with terrace offering real ales and comfort food amid exposed brickwork and beams.
William and Florence 111 Unthank Rd
Award-winning beers, hand-picked wines, delicious cocktails and lovingly-prepared food.
The York 1 Leicester St
Fantastic pub serving food with huge beer garden where you will find plenty of space to sit in the sun.
Great little cottage, centrally located in Cromer. Very clean and welcoming. Some great dog walks, including the beach (out of season). Shame 2 of the 4 pubs were closed (the Albion, opposite being refurbished), but the Red Lion (20 yards away) had great food and beer....
– Dave (04/03/19)(Wilstead)