Vintage Returns to Worthing!
The iconic Dome in Worthing dates back to the turn of the century and in its’ past years has housed not only a cinema but a roller skating hall for Edwardian socialites to show off their skills, a performance venue and even a bingo hall!
With a love of vintage and cupboards stacked high with original memorabilia, the new Management team of Robert Wilson and James Gibbons, decided to turn their ideas into reality and refurbish the fading coffee shop downstairs into a fascinating Vintage Tea Room, to add an eclectic twist to the Dome’s already famous plot.
Complete with Farrow and Ball wallpaper and Edwardian artefacts from the Dome’s fascinating history, the Vintage Tea rooms are now open and are like no other place in Worthing - even the original tea room urn from 1911 sits proudly on the bar.
The welcoming team at the Vintage Tea Rooms serve a mouth watering selection of cakes, vintage cream teas, with china cups and saucers, sandwiches and light bites accompanied by classic cocktails as the evenings draw on.
Brunch, lunch and afternoon tea are served everyday amongst the vintage mix and match furniture, and supper is served on a Friday and Saturday, making this an enviable place to have a real, quality food and drink experience in Worthing.
The Vintage Tea Rooms are also available for private hire and for pre and post cinema parties; for more information please see www.domeevents.co.uk.
bestofworthing attended the The Vintage Tea Rooms Launch Party which was held on the 7th June, in the presence of The Worshipful The Mayor of Worthing Councillor Charles J. E James and The Mayoress of Worthing Mrs Pauline James, and many other representatives from Worthing businesses and networking groups.
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