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Pavilion Bar, Cromer.

Pavilion Bar – Cromer Pier

Open all year from 10am 363 days of the year, the Pavilion Bar at the end of Cromer Pier has some of the best views in Norfolk so don’t save your visit just for when you visit their famous Theatre, spoil yourself at any time, you deserve it!

Stunning views, unique location and a wonderful sense of tranquillity make the Pavilion Bar the perfect place to sit and relax, all year round. Meet with friends, sit back, and watch one of those magnificent sunsets that everyone talks about and on one of those ‘wild weather’ days, take a bracing walk along the pier to the warmth and comfort of the pavilion bar and watch from your unique vantage point as the waves roll in towards the shore. Complete the picture with a steaming “to die for” hot chocolate deluxe complete with marshmallows, cream and a flake (they are somewhat famous for them). The Bar is dog friendly and your four legged friend will be welcomed into the Pavilion bar all year round. They even provide fresh drinking water, making a perfect and relaxing pit stop for you both.

Offering a full range of continental coffees and speciality teas, which can be served in a takeaway cup if you would rather not miss a moment of the sunshine or if you fancy something a little stronger, the Bar serves Norfolk’s own Woodforde’s Ales and a selection of draught and bottle beers, wines and spirits, all can be served in plastic glasses to take into the theatre or outside on the decking if you wish.

If you are visiting the Theatre, beat the queues and pre-order your interval drinks before the show, leaving you more time to enjoy your drink and the sunset of course. Just ask one of the team for an order slip and your drink will be freshly delivered to the interval drinks station waiting for you at the interval.

Cromer Pier & Pavilion Theatre,

Promenade, Cromer, Norfolk, NR27 9HE.

Groups: 01263 514459

Office: 01263 512281

Box Office: 01263 512495

Web: www.cromerpier.co.uk

(As an aside, we never fail to love the fact that Google Maps shows the Pavilion Theatre as being in the middle of the sea – wonderful! ☟)