The Vintage Guide To London |
April 30, 2016
London’s best vintage restaurants,cafes and bars
Tucked away in Walthamstow’s Georgian Village is one of London’s best vintage tea rooms: Hillman’s.
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.