The Vintage Guide To London |
September 21, 2017
London’s best vintage restaurants,cafes and bars
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.
If you want to know where to drink and dine in London, who better to advise you than the concierge of some of the city’s finest hotels?
Behind an inconspicuous little blue door on run-of-the-mill high street Deptford Broadway, down a run-down corridor is Little Nan’s Bar, a heaven of nanna chic and granny retro.
If you want to know where to eat out in London the vintage way, who better to advise you than the concierge of some of the city’s finest hotels?
If retro treats like whoopie pies, chocolate martinis or cupcakes are your thing, you’ll enjoy this retro workshop run by My Chocolate in their vintage-inspired London kitchen.