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WORKSHOP
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The Plantation Garden
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Artel
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Amaretto Delicatessen
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Soundclash
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Looses Emporium
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XO Kitchen
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The Birdcage
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The Shoe Factory Social Club
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Gonzo's Tea Room
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Pub and Paddle
Norwich

Norwich with Gus Harvey

Singer-songwriter, Gus Harvey, and photographer, Netti Hurley spent a weekend in Norwich, Norfolk exploring all this easygoing city has to offer. As Gus' adopted home during lockdown, she describes the city as liberating and a place where creativity and expression are able to roam free. Below they share with us their favourite spots they visited whilst on their weekend away...

Singer-songwriter, Gus Harvey, and photographer, Netti Hurley spent a weekend in Norwich, Norfolk exploring all this easygoing city has to offer. As Gus' adopted home during lockdown, she describes the city as liberating and a place where creativity and expression are able to roam free. Below they share with us their favourite spots they visited whilst on their weekend away...

WORKSHOP

“A beautiful jack-of-all-trades on the eastern edge of town; furniture yard (at the back), purveyor of pink spider orchids and other special plants, and also really gorgeous Mediterranean/Middle Eastern food.”

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The Plantation Garden

“Sunken Victoria garden that gets sun but no wind, with magic fountain and spectacular flowers (only half a photo because I don’t want to spoil walking in fore the first time – it’s best by surprise).”

www.plantationgarden.co.uk

Artel

“Upstairs they have a workspace where the first professional meeting I attended in the city was held, and it’s remained my favourite. Is much to do with Milo here, but the coffee is also my favourite.”

@artelstore

www.artelstore.co.uk

Amaretto Delicatessen

“This is how Fabrizio looks when he’s about to slay your lunch. Preparing a picnic should also start and end here. Definitely include the [egg-and-gluten-free] Spiced Apple Cake, this is sorcery.”

www.amarettodeli.co.uk

Soundclash

“OG record shop of Norwich and my life. St Benedict’s is the street of music, with the Arts Centre at the end, which is a great venue. I used to live next door, at number 53.”

@soundclash.records

Looses Emporium

“Mecca of knickknacks, goes on forever – I’ve never found the back. Capital shop of Magdalen Street, that’s nearly all chazzas and antiques dealers. Only way to get anything for your house or a unique gift, always find special things – for example here’s Ian “Nicely” Johnson, in the cafe.”

www.loosesemporium.co.uk

XO Kitchen

“Go right to the end of Magdalen Street and there’s a pub called The Artichoke that looks like an artichoke, and I’m saying their food is the best in the city. That’s my truth. They also serve lime sorbet sitting in a bowl of tequila.”

@xo__kitchen

The Birdcage

“Best for early evening entertainment. Here’s street soul sensations Maya Law and Freya Roy.”

@birdcagenorwich

www.thebirdcagenorwich.co.uk

The Shoe Factory Social Club

“Still just so deeply in love with this building.”

@norwichshoe

wwwshoefactorysocial.club

Gonzo's Tea Room

“Find this doorway for a boogie - two floors and a roof, nearly always open, best late at night and for breakfast.”

@gonzostearoom

www.gonzostearoom.com