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The Vintage Guide To London | December 14, 2017

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Food & Drink - 7/9 - The Vintage Guide To London

London’s best vintage restaurants,cafes and bars

69 Colebrooke Row: one of London’s best speakeasies

December 17, 2010 |

Tiny with just a handful of tables and only really recognisable by the lantern that hangs outside (there’s no sign or name), you would be forgiven to just walk past 68 Colebrooke Row.
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For your vintage afternoon tea needs: Soho’s Secret Tea Room

November 21, 2010 |

Entering Soho’s Secret Tea Room above the famous Coach & Horses pub is like stepping into a  timecapsule from the Thirties.
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Where Agatha Christie and Oscar Wilde were regulars: Kettner’s

November 9, 2010 |

Kettner’s is a must-visit in Soho, one of the oldest restaurants in London and steeped in old-school French charm.
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Get your old-fashioned sweet fix at Suck & Chew

October 14, 2010 | 7.7


Suck and Chew on East London’s Columbia Road has got to be a real treat for anyone with a sweet tooth. From its candy-coloured shop front to the many old-fashioned treats displayed all around, the shop is a multicoloured wonderland of nostalgic sweeties: if you like cola cubes, rhubarb and custards and handmade organic truffles then you’ll be in heaven.

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Bringing vintage cool to Kings Cross: Drink, Shop & Do

October 13, 2010 |

Drink, Shop & Do is a design shop and café bar just around the corner from King’s Cross station selling products from emerging designers alongside vintage furniture and home wares.

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The 20s prohibition tea room: Bourne & Hollingsworth

September 17, 2010 |

Just a short walk off the highstreet mecca of Oxford Circus is Bourne & Hollingsworth, a living room sized tea room and bar that’s like a Tardis trip back into the times of back room drinking during Prohibition times.
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