“Students + Deadlines = Coffee. But it’s okay Norwich has you covered.”
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Norwich University of the Arts is part of a large community of creative businesses in the cultural quarter of the city. Centred around the pedestrianised St Georges Street Riverside, quirky bars, galleries, cafes and delis add to the welcoming student experience. In the Norwich Lanes and across the city students can explore a variety of eateries and bars to suit all interests, moods and styles.
Set up by NUA graduates, the Alley is a new venue located near to East GalleryNUA and serves cups of coffee, choice beers, spirits and friendly conversation to anyone looking to get out of the cold. The owners work closely with their neighbours at Moosey Art to provide ‘your eyes with loads of excitement.’ With a vibrant and creative atmosphere, The Alley offers good music and artwork whilst you eat and drink. The door between the café and gallery is always open, so you can drift between as you please. For more information visit their website.
Norwich’s thriving food and drinks scene includes a wide range of contemporary British and international restaurants. In 2015 one of the most exciting chefs in Britain joined this lively community when Great British Menu 2015 winner Richard Bainbridge set up Benedicts restaurant. Located in the city centre, Benedicts has already set a new standard for creativity and quality dining. Read an interview with Chef Bainbridge and NUA Course Administrator Rachel Catto.