Norwich's nightlife is mainly concentrated down the Prince of Wales road, but with other venues elsewhere in the city. There's a variety of clubs to suit all music tastes, from pop to indie to alternative to electronic music. For indie and alternative nights try The Waterfront, for popular music Popworld or many other clubs down Prince of Wales road, and for electronic and disco try Bermuda Bob's. There are many independent shops, cafes and restaurants, with many around the Norwich Lanes area of the city. For amazing coffee try Strangers, Kofra or Little Red Roaster, and for cafe food try No 33, Frank's Bar or North. Amazing restaurants in the area include Benedict's, Farmyard and The Library. There are also two large shopping malls (The Castle Mall and Intu Chapelfield), and the Riverside Retail Park located close to the train station. The city has many pubs and bars, including three Wetherspoons (The Glasshouse, The Queen of Iceini, The Bell Hotel). Places like The Bicycle Shop, Frank's Bar, North and The Playhouse Bar are amazing for a few drinks with friends. The Mischief is a popular student pub due to it's famous Tequila Tuesdays and cheap "triples" and "skittles pints". Other popular pubs include The Lamb Inn, Garden House and The Black Horse. The market in the centre of the city is the largest open air market of its type in Europe, and has a variety of stalls selling everything from books to clothes to small cafes and food outlets. Try Brick for amazing wood-fired pizza!