The Vintage Guide To London |
November 27, 2015
London’s best vintage restaurants,cafes and bars
Imagine sipping a stiff drink next to sandbags piled high in a London tube-station-cum-airraid-shelter. No, this isn’t London 1940, it’s London right now.
Newly opened restaurant Reform Social & Grill has launched its ‘Great British Vintage Afternoon Tea’, especially for vintage lovers.
Tucked away in the basement of a regular cafe on Hoxton Square, secret bar Happiness Forgets successfully brings a hint of old-school New York speakeasy to London.
The Age Exchange Café in Blackheath has existed in its current guise since late 2012. A friendly hub in Blackheath Village, it brings some retro charm to urban Southeast London.
Meet Betty, a converted 1964 Morris Minor Traveller that now serves coffees, teas and treats all around town (and the rest of the country) as King’s Jive.
Named after one of Hollywood’s Twenties starlets, the vintage inspired Betty Blythe tea room offers baked delights, afternoon teas and bespoke events.