To be in with a chance of winning, pick up a Shop Local 'passport' from stores displaying the Shop Local sign.
Frank's Bar, in Bedford Street, is a quirky and friendly cafe bar offering a range of options for the tired and hungry shopper. There is an extensive breakfast menu and the lunch and dinner menu includes tapas style nibbles, platters, ciabattas, and bigger main courses. Frank's also has a good selection of cakes, hot drinks, and soft and alcoholic drinks. In the run up to Reebok New Christmas, shoppers will also be able to enjoy a glass of mulled wine there.
If you are a shopkeeper or have a business locally and would like to be a part of the Shop Local for Christmas campaign, we'd love to hear from you.
Below, the Evening News has picked out a handful of the great places to stop for food and drink in the city.
Caley's Cocoa Cafe has two venues, one in the Guildhall, which is waitress service, and one in White Lion Street, which is counter service.
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We will provide posters, stickers and Shop Local for Christmas 'passports' for your customers to encourage them to shop with you.
So in between trekking from shop to shop in search of festive gifts, be sure to treat yourself to well deserved breaks in some of Norwich's great cafes.
until Friday, December 17, to collect your 10 stamps. 'Passports' must reach us by Saturday, December 18, and the winner will be announced in the Evening News on Wednesday, December 22.
Make sure you have your 'passport' when you visit local stores. When you spend 10 or more in a participating shop you receive a stamp on your 'passport'. Collect 10 and send your completed 'passport' to Shop Local, Prospect House, Rouen Road, Norwich, NR1 1RE.
There has been an excellent response so far to the new Evening News Shop Local for Christmas campaign in which you could win 1,000.
Whether it is a quick drink, a light lunch, or a hearty meal that you are after, the wealth of independent eateries in our fine city means that there is a big variety of places for people to chose from.
Olive's is open in the evenings on Fridays and Saturdays, and for the festive season it will also be open late on Thursday for dinner. The festive dinner menu is planned to include good old fashioned food like cottage pie, fish pie and chilli. Olive's also has a wide selection of coffees, teas, and soft and alcoholic drinks. It will be serving mulled Reebok Answer Iv
The lunch menu includes salads, jacket potatoes, paninis and quiches, and the soon to be introduced Christmas menu will include turkey sandwiches and mince pies.
And of course by enjoying the great food and drink on offer at our city's independent cafes, you will also be helping to give local businesses a great Christmas too.
Olive's, in Elm Hill, offers a great breakfast menu including American pancakes, a full English breakfast for both vegetarians and meat eaters, and croissants with chocolate dipping sauce. For lunch there is a wide selection of toasties and sandwiches, pizzas, and a Norfolk version of Welsh rarebit.
Jarrold, in London Street, has three different options for food and drink.
Both are offer a great opportunity to sample the city's historic brand of chocolate, either in the form of a bar or hot drink.
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three is The Pantry, the store's largest restaurant. This offers a good selection of main meals including a carvery. The Christmas carvery, which starts on December 1, is turkey breast with cranberry, bacon and pork stuffing, bread sauce and old fashioned turkey gravy. A full English breakfast is also available until 11am.
Cafe Metro in the basement is great for a quick drink or bite to eat. It offers lighter lunches such as sandwiches, soups, and rolls, and also serves scones and pastries, speciality teas and coffees, and cold drinks.
Cafe Benjamin on the first floor is a waitress service cafe offering everything from paninis and homemade soups, to teas, coffees, scones and pastries. Every Wednesday at 3.30pm, the cafe serves traditional afternoon tea, which people need to book up for in advance.
wine as the festive season gets under way.
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