Pub's deli in NR3 to introduce outdoor seating and antipasti boards

Arti Cans and Bottles at the Artichoke pub in Magdalen Road.

Arti Cans and Bottles at the Artichoke pub in Magdalen Road. The shop will soon be introducing outside seating and antipasti boards. - Credit: Harley Wright

An NR3 bottle shop and deli will soon be offering a "continental experience" in the city, with the introduction of outdoor seating and antipasti boards.

Arti Cans and Bottles, at the Artichoke pub in Magdalen Road, has been off to a successful start since it launched back in February.

The business offers natural wines, "funky" beers, and specially selected cheese and deli meats, promising everything you would need for a "perfect night in".

Arti Cans and Bottles at the Artichoke pub in Magdalen Road.

Arti Cans and Bottles at the Artichoke pub in Magdalen Road. - Credit: Harley Wright

But with summer on the horizon, manager Harley Wright said they wanted to offer a place for customers to crack open their bottles and relax in the sunshine.

The 27-year-old said: "The shop has been going great and we have a lot of repeat customers.

"I had the idea for outdoor seating after a recent trip to France. I wanted to bring that European, continental experience here.

The Artichoke pub in Magdalen Street in Norwich is set to open a new shop next door

The Artichoke pub in Magdalen Street in Norwich is set to open a new shop next door offering natural wines, "funky" beers, fine cheeses and deli meats. - Credit: Harley Wright

"It also gives people the opportunity to try what we have to offer and we can talk them through the products.

"It's the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy a bottle of wine or beer."

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Small antipasti boards with olives, cheese, and sundried tomatoes will also be on offer.

The changes will be introduced on Tuesday, June 14.

The Artichoke in Magdalen Street in Norwich is set to open a new shop next door

The Artichoke pub in Magdalen Street in Norwich is set to open a new shop next door offering natural wines, "funky" beers, fine cheeses and deli meats. - Credit: Harley Wright