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The Vintage Guide To London | October 23, 2017

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The Prohibition speakeasy: Positively 4th Street

April 17, 2011 |

Updated: this bar has now closed down

Situated five minutes from Warren Street Tube station, Positively 4th Street takes you back to the old Prohibition days of Thirties America. Heavily influenced by Art Deco with a subtle touch of Japanese culture, this bar offers … Read More

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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Art Deco style at The Lost Society bar and restaurant

August 18, 2010 |

Now a decadent, Art Deco inspired bar and restaurant, the Lost Society once hosted a banquet held in honour of Queen Elizabeth I and her alchemist John Dee.
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Join the hep cats and pin-ups at The Black Gardenia

August 11, 2010 |

Update: This bar has now closed down

This tiny basment bar and club in Soho celebrates all things Forties. Inside, the bar area and stage are lovingly decorated in vintage. Expect plenty of jazz tunes, life performances, ladies with pin-up red lipstick … Read More

Go Fifties Hawaiian at the South London Pacific bar

July 27, 2010 |

As unlikely as it sounds but South London’s Kennington Road – one of London’s dullest areas – is home to a Fifties Tiki paradise.
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