Cafe Vintage

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Cafe Vintage

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  • Address:

    Cafe Vintage 88 Mountgrove Road
    London
    N5 2LT

  • Venue phone:

    07903 875750

  • Venue website:

    www.cafevintage.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Open 8am-6pm Mon-Fri; 9am-6pm Sat; 10am-6pm Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Arsenal tube

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Gina

Urm, ive lived around the corner for past five years and didnt realise cafe vintage has been open since 2010, now going into their 4th year! Really great cafe- nice cup of tea and fair selection of food/cake. Friendly atmosphere, both staff and fellow patrons :)

figaro22

This place seems perfect from the outside, with quaint decor and vintage clothes. However the service is far from perfect, with the girl behind the bar behaving with such a rude attitude that I left before even ordering. Will not be going back.

Paddy

Great stuff, lovely and the sort of place where everyone has big conversations about politics and art with strangers. very welcoming to all types of people. tremendous soups!!!

Melissa

very very nice collection of fashion items and some shoes, thank you for showing me this time out!

Dominique

It is lovely. Friendly atmosphere. Excellent espresso. Even better hot chocolate and chocolate cupcakes. Nice music and books. Interesting clothes.

Amanda

Coffee is very good, lovely decor and clothes are so cute. They sell amazing bread for reasonable price too which I now get every other day. Lovely place to sit outside on a sunny afternoon

Rafal

Visited last Tuesday and we had a fabulous time. The lady owner made us fell very welcome and had a lovely mix of fashions from the 1940s to the early 1990s. Very helpful! After all that had a big piece of pie and ended up having a chat with a lovely couple there, a real community feel.

Laura

It's easy to fall in love with this place and it's a real sun trap. Really well priced clothes which are well selected.

Jamesito

This is a fanatstic liitle concept store,, ran by two sisters who run the place like a treat,, It feels unpretentious and cool, and the food and cakes are amazing,, the clothes are cool too, but altogether one of the best and sweetest litcafes to open in years,, a tribute to keepin old Englanddd

kateo

This cafe is a beacon of individuality in a faceless corporate ocean. The two sisters who have created this beautiful cafe from a dump of a property, run it with flair,creativity and good humour, often in the face of trying customers, who don't seem to understand it actually takes time to make something...if you want it instant go to s**rb*c*s., or those who think its cool to sit with a laptop plugged in all day for one cup of coffee! There is constantly changing selection of delicious home made cakes and pastries. Great sandwiches (guys, roast beef esp. good!) Really good coffee and now a selection of fine teas. There is a treasure trove of vintage clothing and geegaws to search through. All in all a brilliant place to while away an hour in a relaxed atmosphere, a jewel in Blackstock Village

John Carrington

I'm not sure if i am glad that my local little hideout has been listed on Time Out. I was hoping to keep it all to myself, drat! This place is a real gem and the coffee is fantastic. I'm not really into clothes so i cant comment on the fashion department, although Aysha is on the look out for some new shades for me. I've got to know both the girls there and I know they are going to be really happy about this listing and deserve the credit. John