Recent news

We've been very busy refurbishing areas of the restaurant over the last few months.  The gents bathroom has a complete revamp and we have had all of the restaurant chairs re-sprung, foamed and upholstered in a deep blue velvet.  
We hope you're going to find them so much more comfy!
 
All the banquette seats have also been re-upholstered in new fabric and our red wood menu covers are now in use.
 
And in other news we will celebrate our 31st birthday on April 1st 2018, we can't believe how time has flown!  Thank you to all our loyal customers that have kept us in business all these years!
Weavers beautiful Grade II listed building is having a make over!  
 
Masonary and Woodwork is being replaced, the roof is being removed and repaired, window frames and doors repaired and we are getting a top to bottom lick of paint.  
 
We should look like a shiny new pin!  We will remain open whilst the work is being carried out and the interior of the building will be unaffected.
 
 

Weavers Opening Hours:

Lunch

Wednesday and Thursday 

Door open 12pm, last orders 1.30pm

 

Dinner

Tuesday- Saturday 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Door opens at 7pm,  

Friday and Saturday Door open 6.30pm

 

Takeaways

Pre booked Takeaways available Friday and Saturday evenings from 6pm, telephone for more information

 

 

We are so looking forward to being able to reopen the restaurant to sit in guests from 18th May, its been a different 12 months but your support has been unwavering and we know we have been very privileged to have so much support from you all. 

 

Unfortunately this message comes with a bit of sad news too.  As of the 1st October 2021 William and I will no longer own Weavers.  It has been a very difficult decision to make and has involved a lot of tears and late night discussions.  It has absolutely nothing to do with Covid, in fact it’s made it harder to leave knowing how well we’ve been supported by you all, but rather that at the age of 68 years old Will has realised that after 34 years of 60+ hour weeks at the intensity required to run a restaurant he can’t go on forever. Will was diagnosed with cancer in 2012 and although it is well controlled and he feels well it has also contributed to our decision.  As much as we’d love to stay forever we realise that it can’t be so and there’ll never be a good time.

Weavers has always been so, so much more than just a job to William and I, it’s our entire life and love, so to say goodbye to it is a huge wrench and I can’t lie, the tears roll down my face as I type this.  There have been hard times and long hours but the good outweigh the bad in bucket loads and we love running Weavers and will miss it so much.

You’re all so much more than customers, I hope you don’t mind us counting you as dear friends and we would ideally preferred to tell you of our intentions in a more personal way but realise that it just wouldn’t be possible to speak to you all individually as much as would like to.

Over the last 34 years we have hired hundreds of fabulous people, some of those are still here working alongside us ever loyal, many that worked for us whilst at college or school, who have grown up and become customers!

We would love to make our last 6 months here fabulous, so can’t wait to see you all soon, thank you all for everything.

Katrina and Will

 

 

 

 

Weavers Wine Bar & Eating House, Market Hill
Diss, Norfolk, IP22 4JZ  |  01379 642411

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