A beachfront café in Sheringham has opened its new bar with cocktails and sea views.

Salt was launched in March of this year by Solomon Lowe and Sam James.

With a focus on sustainability, the café is an extension of SUP Shack, a rental paddleboarding company next door.

And now customers can enjoy a drink on its sun deck which overlooks the beach.

Eastern Daily Press: Co-owner Sol Lowe and manager Isobel SpencerCo-owner Sol Lowe and manager Isobel Spencer (Image: Salt)

Manager Isobel Spencer said: "It's a real hidden gem.

"The owners have been working on it since we opened and given it a really nice atmosphere.

"It's a unique thing in this area, nowhere else really has a beachfront bar.

"On our first night, we sold every kind of cocktail we serve."

Miss Spencer designed the cocktail menu with lots of classics and a focus on fun, beachy drinks. 

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It includes martinis, margaritas and cosmopolitans as well as pina coladas, blue lagoons and tequila sunrises.

There is also a selection of beer, wine and spirits on offer.

"The time has gone so quickly but it's going really well and we’re so grateful for local support," said Miss Spencer.

"The weather has not been on our side and on top of that other local seaside businesses have said this has been one of their most challenging seasons yet.

Eastern Daily Press: A Cosmo, Cuba Libre, Mojito and Happy HawaiiA Cosmo, Cuba Libre, Mojito and Happy Hawaii (Image: Salt)

"But we've already got some regulars and now we're getting lots of holidaymakers and families in.

"People have been loving the coffee too, and it's a bold thing but we've even had customers say it's the best they've ever had."

Salt bar is open from 5pm to 8pm Thursday and Friday and from 3pm until 8pm on Saturday and Sunday.