Save Me

Please sign in to view your Saves

Pubs & Inns

  • Don’t miss: The National Winter Beer Festival

    If there was ever an excuse to go and drink beer in the afternoon, it’s the fact that it’s winter – dark, cold, miserable winter. But with spring now just around the corner, the timing of the National Winter Beer Festival – which opens to the public tomorrow – couldn’t be better. Just one last session of […]

  • The King of Inns

    Is it a pub, is it a restaurant, is it a hotel? It's all three...

  • Muddy eats: The Wildebeest, Stoke Holy Cross

    If you tune into BBC2’s The Great British Menu  later this year and spot Chef extraordinaire Daniel Smith on the screen representing The Ingham Swan, marvel at this fact: Daniel is also head honcho at The Wildebeest in Stoke Holy Cross, bringing true the metaphor of wearing two hats (unless he transports his white chef’s hat between the two establishments, that […]

  • New opening: Warwick Street Social, Norwich

    The Mad Moose in Norwich’s popular Golden Triangle has always been a handsome thing – perched on the top of a hill in the centre of two rows of red brick Victorian houses, it’s front lawn could almost double as a small village green. With its yellow rendering, round bar and upstairs restaurant, this huge, detached gastropub has been a weekly institution for locals of […]

    • 5 pubs with great beer gardens

      You’d be right in thinking that city pubs don’t tend to have good beer gardens – space generally being at a premium – but in Norwich, that couldn’t be further from the truth. From riverside gastropubs to real ale spots, the city has some great places for al fresco drinking. So, in celebration of summer […]

    • Muddy eats: The Dial House

      One of my favourite things to do on a Sunday afternoon is go for a roast. You could say I’m a bit of a fanatic, happily comparing a new spot to the one last week or the week before (the meat was better quality, but how hard is it to make your own Yorkshire puddings? […]

      • Revamp for The Black Horse

        It’s always a pleasure to join the buzz when a tired, old – and frankly rough – pub gets revamped, attracts a new crowd and generally causes some local excitement. Located in one of Norwich’s most popular areas, and sitting smugly in an oversized handsome redbrick Victorian (with a car park and a large beer […]

      Home icon Back home

      The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Norfolk