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The Vintage Guide To London | December 18, 2017

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Food & Drink - 3/9 - The Vintage Guide To London

London’s best vintage restaurants,cafes and bars

Vintage Vauxhall: The Tea House Theatre

July 10, 2012 |

If you’re in Vauxhall and fancy a delicious slice of cake, sandwich with homemade jam or old-fashioned pot of tea, there’s no better place than the Tea House Theatre. The current owners have lovingly restored this Victorian Pub, which … Read More

Enjoy a cuppa at Steatham’s Earl Grey & Rose

May 21, 2012 |

Vintage-themed cafe Earl Grey & Rose is a welcome, colourful sight just off Streatham’s uninspiring High Street. Decked out in bright bunting and with vintage china lining the walls, the cafe feels warm and welcome, although the ubiquitous ‘Keep … Read More

If whisky is your thing you’ll love Whisky Fest ’12

May 18, 2012 |

If you like whisky and if you happen to be at a World Duty Free shop in the next few days, you will really enjoy their Whisky Fest ’12.

Following on from previous festivals, you will once again be  … Read More

A modern speakeasy: The Nightjar

February 15, 2012 |

Tucked away in the heart of London’s Old Street in a Hoxton basement, The Nightjar unpretentiously mixes the glamour and charm of a Thirties cabaret venue with refined cocktail traditions from the Belle Epoque and the Prohibition era to create a modern-day speakeasy and music venue.

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Cafe-cum-shop Crimson Heart

January 23, 2012 |

Fusion shops, a mixture of  vintage store and tea room – just think of King’s Cross’ Drink Shop & Do or Hanbury Street’s Blitz Department Store – have been popping up all around London in the last few years. The latest edition, Crimson Heart, has just opened in East London’s Leonard Street, and features a vintage cafe as well as a shop specialising in midcentury home deco.
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Tea and tease at Voluptéa

December 2, 2011 |

Cabaret supperclub Volupté is back with a bang this November with the revival of a quintessentially British tradition – albeit a significantly boozier, burlesque one.
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