Legend has it Norwich has a pub for each day of the year

Last Pub Standing

A well-stocked bar, great food and one of the city’s best beer gardens.

Now the only pub on King Street, Last Pub Standing goes all out to welcome its customers. There are offers on food and drink most nights of the week. The Sunday roast is excellent. You’ll find a tiki-style hut in the beer garden and there is often live music both in and outdoors. Come with friends and make new ones.

Last Pub Standing
27-29 King Street,
Norwich, NR1 1PD

St. Andrews Brewhouse

A microbrewery, bar and restaurant, all in one.

Enjoy one of the pub’s own beers. Book a brewery tour if you want to learn more. Stay for lunch or dinner at the restaurant serving dishes made with local ingredients. The menu is seasonal, with lots of vegetarian and vegan food. Upstairs, you’ll find board games to play with friends. It’s also a great place for watching live sport.

St Andrews Brewhouse
41 St Andrews Street
Norwich NR2 4TP

Unthank Arms

A Victorian pub with an incredible selection of wine.

Step into this Victorian local and you’ll find a selection of ales, lagers and more than 50 different wines behind the bar. The food menu changes monthly and there are always daily specials, as well as a few classics at very reasonable prices. Upstairs is a restaurant and the pub has a lovely beer garden for sunny days.

Unthank Arms
149 Newmarket Street,
Norwich, NR2 2DR

The Lamb Inn

Pay a visit to Norwich’s second-oldest pub (complete with three ghosts)

A family-friendly spot with a classic pub menu, as well as a good selection of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian dishes. There’s a burger night, a grill night and, of course, Sunday roasts. Enjoy its heated outdoor terrace all year round, whether you’re eating or just enjoying a couple of drinks with friends.

Lamb Inn
6 Lamb Yard, Orford Place,
Norwich, NR1 3RU

The Garnet

Try the local ales and soak up the atmosphere in the city centre.

Come for a pint of one of its three regional ales. They change regularly so there’s always something new behind the bar in this charming pub in the heart of Norwich. The food on offer is equally local, with as much as possible sourced from the neighbouring market.

The Garnet
6 Market Place,
Norwich, NR2 1RD

The Mischief Tavern

A locals pub with a great reputation, pool tables and table football.

The place to come if you want a quiet pint and a couple of games of pool with your mates. Chat to the locals at the bar or find a quiet table in one of its cosy corners. Known for its selection of beers and affordable prices, as well as its pub games. It also serves traditional pub food.

The Mischief Tavern
Fye Bridge Street,
Norwich, NR3 1HZ