Bars, restaurants and shops - Five new openings in Norwich this September
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Norwich is becoming the place for new openings for pubs, clubs and bars with new openings springing up every month.
Here are five things opening up this month.
Frozen daquiris, ice lolly and sweet-themed cocktails will be on the menu at this new bar opening in Prince of Wales Road.
The site is being opened by the same team behind the neighbouring business, the Fat Fox Pizza Den, with owner Richard Chisnell at the helm.
The Real Greek
A new Greek restaurant has already opened its doors in the city.
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The restaurant, in the former Giraffe restaurant, is promising philoxenia, the Greek value of warm hospitality to all.
H&M HOME has opened in Norwich following a refurbishment of the brand's store in Chantry Place.
It is part of the fully reopened H&M store which also includes a children's department.
Mother and daughter design duo Michelle and Stephanie Witts are opening in the former Ginger fashion store at the end of the month.
The pair have confirmed the plan is to open the doors on September 24.
It has become a go-to destination for foodies and played a part in transforming the north of the city into a culinary hotspot.
And after attracting hordes of people to The Artichoke in Magdalen Road, XO Kitchen is opening up in a vacant St Georges Street unit, previously operated by Cafe Pure.
XO Kitchen, which was started by chef Jimmy Preston more than two years ago, will continue to operate at The Artichoke but on a more casual basis.