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Bars in Norwich If it’s a great night on the town you’re after then you’ve come to the right place because Norwich is without a doubt the party capital of East Anglia.

Most bars are situated in the city centre where you’ll find a wide range of venues from trendy wine bars and chic café bars to traditional pubs.

To hang out with the ultra trendy crowd then head for Norwegian Blue [map] on the Riverside, which has a vodka bar, plenty of comfy seating and a blue water wall that give this place a refreshingly cool feel.

Another of Norwich’s most popular bars is Ha Ha [map] on Upper King Street, where you can enjoy a meal or pre-club drinks in a relaxed and funky atmosphere.

However the ultimate in cool has to be Café Da! [map] on Bedford Street, a hip vodka bar where the best dressed people in Norwich hang out at the weekends, along with the few ordinary people the bouncers let in.

Other wine bars worth checking out if you get the chance include Squares [map], The Slug and Lettuce [map] and the Orgasmic Café Bar [map].

For the more traditional English pub try The Murderers [map] on Timber Hill, a great cosy pub said to be one of the best in town. Here you’ll find a good choice of draught ales, some delicious food and a fabulous atmosphere, where even strangers are made to feel right at home.

Sitauted on the banks of the River Wensum close to the historic Norwich Cathedral, the Ribs of Beef [map] dates back to the 14th century and still offers local ales and home-cooked food. In the summer you can sit and enjoy your pint in the beer garden, while the cosy traditional décor inside makes this place the perfect setting on a winter’s day. Be warned though, many people just pop in for a pint in the afternoon and end up staying until closing time!

Also worth a visit to is Adam and Eve [map] on Bishopgate, which has been a haunt for discerning drinkers for 700 years. This pub has a good wine list and ever changing range of ales.

The Coach and Horses [map] on Bethel Street and the Wild Man [map] on Bedford Street are also popular with students, locals and tourists alike.

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