Yellows Bar and Grill at Carrow Road reopens on Tuesday, October 27 and the space was showcased at a socially-distanced launch event on Thursday evening.
Members of the media and influencers were invited to visit the bar and try out some of the menu's new features.
Joint majority shareholder Delia Smith was in attendance and she insisted that Yellows, along with the other Carrow Road hospitality spaces, are among the safest places to dine in the current climate.
"I'm so pleased," she said. "What we want to communicate is you can dine out and stay safe. If you come to Carrow Road, we have lots of space and therefore we can take half the people we would normally have here and keep them well-spaced out.
"We're probably the safest place to come and dine in Norfolk because of all the measures we have in place.
"Everyone wants to feel safe and have fun and you can do both at Yellows!"
Featuring some of your favourite dishes including our famous burgers, you can visit the bar on Tuesday-Saturday between 12-10pm to enjoy all that we have to offer.
Not only that, but as part of our reopening we have a special kids menu on offer for just £10.
Head of catering at the club, Stuart Cox, added: "It's a great thing for the club. We're looking at diversifying where we can at Delia's Canary Catering and Norwich City Football Club so this is opporunity for us moving forward and we're very excited.
"Our menus have been designed by Delia Smith and been taste-tested as well. The burgers are made from a great recipe and all the meat is locally sourced.
"Back in July, we reopened Delia's Restaurant and Bar and that was really sucessful because of the guidelines and safety measures we had in place.
"Naturally, the next choice is to open Yellows under the same guidance and rules. We're all ready to go."