‘We are not another coffee shop but a brand new concept’ - Micropub to open in Cromer

The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chan

The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chandler - Credit: Archant

More details have emerged of a new micropub that is coming to Cromer.

The Gangway micropub is set to open at a former hairdresser's in Cromer. Picture: David Bale

The Gangway micropub is set to open at a former hairdresser's in Cromer. Picture: David Bale - Credit: Archant

The Gangway is set to open in November at the former hairdresser's, All Cut 'N' Dryed in Church Street.

William Chandler, who is opening the business with Logan Smith and Will Robinson, said: "The Gangway is going to be a micropub offering a small selection of nibbles, deli boards and cakes with a vegan option for every offering.

"Craft beers from breweries such as Norfolk Brewhouse and Redwell, great wines from local wine merchants CH Wines, coffees and cocktails including Espresso Martinis, which we know are a town favourite from supporting North Sea Coffee with North Sea Nights - all with a focus on local produce - and brought to Cromer by East Coast Bars - Bespoke Bars and Events.

"We would like to reassure Cromer that we are not another coffee shop or cafe but a brand new concept."

The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chan

The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chandler - Credit: Archant


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The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chan

The Gangway micropub is opening in Church Street, Cromer next month. Pictures: supplied by Will Chandler - Credit: Archant

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