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Notting Hill

Transport links
Notting Hill Gate (Central, District and Circle)
Holland Park (Central)
Latimer Road (H&C and Circle)
Ladbroke Grove (H&C and Circle)
Westbourne Park (H&C and Circle)
No 7 to Oxford Circus
No 23 to Liverpool Street via Oxford Street
No 52 to Victoria
No 452 to Vauxhall via Sloane Square)

Shopping

Portobello Market offers clothes, jewellery and furniture from around the world, both vintage and modern. At almost a kilometre long, it offers entertainment for hours, particularly on Fridays and Saturdays when it’s at its most vibrant; a smaller market operates Monday-Thursday. If that isn’t enough, a second, smaller market operates on the nearby Golborne Road. Additionally, Westbourne Grove and Ledbury Road are home to many well-known boutiques, such as Sandro, Naje, and a three-storey Paul Smith.

Entertainment

Notting Hill is famous for being the site of the largest street party in Europe – the Notting Hill Carnival, which takes place on the last weekend of August every year as a celebration of Afro-Caribbean culture. However, entertainment in the area is found far more often than once a year. Just a couple of highlights include: Unique cinemas – the ornately-decorated Gate Cinema, as well as the Elctric Cinema (one of the oldest and most romantic in London, with sofas and bar snacks) are both in the area. The Tabernacle – this establishment hosts virtually everything, from theatre and cabaret nights, lectures by actors, writers and artists, and pantomime (which has featured Lily Allen), to pilates, yoga and samba.

Food & Drink

The Ledbury, with 2 Michelin Stars Granger & Co, serving Australian brunch The Electric Diner, located next-door to the Electric Cinema. The Hummingbird Bakery, selling a wide range of fresh cakes and pastries.

Pubs

The Portobello Star, which has its own museum upstairs. The Cow, whose clientele has included Tom Cruise and David Beckham. The Churchill Arms, serving Thai food. The Elgin, which provides live music. The Hillgate and The Ladbroke Arms, for a quieter meal.

Bars

Notting Hill Arts Club, a local favourite The Globe, a snug basement bar. The Rum Kitchen, reportedly a favourite of Prince Harry. Beach Blanket Babylon, a playfully decorated bar with cosy lower levels. Trailer Happiness, for a retro Californian experience. Crazy Homies, offering a variety of tequilas with Mexican cuisine

GOING OUT

Portobello Market offers clothes, jewellery and furniture from around the world, both vintage and modern. At almost a kilometre long, it offers entertainment for hours, particularly on Fridays and Saturdays when it’s at its most vibrant; a smaller market operates Monday-Thursday. If that isn’t enough, a second, smaller market operates on the nearby Golborne Road. Additionally, Westbourne Grove and Ledbury Road are home to many well-known boutiques, such as Sandro, Naje, and a three-storey Paul Smith.

Entertainment

Notting Hill is famous for being the site of the largest street party in Europe – the Notting Hill Carnival, which takes place on the last weekend of August every year as a celebration of Afro-Caribbean culture. However, entertainment in the area is found far more often than once a year. Just a couple of highlights include: Unique cinemas – the ornately-decorated Gate Cinema, as well as the Elctric Cinema (one of the oldest and most romantic in London, with sofas and bar snacks) are both in the area. The Tabernacle – this establishment hosts virtually everything, from theatre and cabaret nights, lectures by actors, writers and artists, and pantomime (which has featured Lily Allen), to pilates, yoga and samba.

Food & Drink

The Ledbury, with 2 Michelin Stars Granger & Co, serving Australian brunch The Electric Diner, located next-door to the Electric Cinema. The Hummingbird Bakery, selling a wide range of fresh cakes and pastries.

Pubs

The Portobello Star, which has its own museum upstairs. The Cow, whose clientele has included Tom Cruise and David Beckham. The Churchill Arms, serving Thai food. The Elgin, which provides live music. The Hillgate and The Ladbroke Arms, for a quieter meal.

Bars

Notting Hill Arts Club, a local favourite The Globe, a snug basement bar. The Rum Kitchen, reportedly a favourite of Prince Harry. Beach Blanket Babylon, a playfully decorated bar with cosy lower levels. Trailer Happiness, for a retro Californian experience. Crazy Homies, offering a variety of tequilas with Mexican cuisine

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