We can’t wait to return to the White Eagle Club on the Tooting/Balham borders this autumn!
Sometimes referred to as ‘The Polish Club’, this Grade II-listed building has an intriguing history, with links to 1960s gangland characters, including the Kray twins, though we can assure you it’s a lot more friendly these days!
On 4th November we’ll be filling the Ballroom with at least 35 vintage traders. Expect to find mid-20th century decor, lighting, furniture, homeware, kitchenalia, brocante, mid-century ceramics, original 1950s, 60s and 70s illustrations and prints, vintage French maps and educational charts, vintage clothing, accessories & jewellery, haberdashery, records, repurposed goods, and much more. We’ll have a small clutch of designer- makers as well.
Take a well-deserved break from your browsing and treasure-hunting by enjoying a cup of tea, coffee (or perhaps something a little stronger) and Polish snacks at the bar, or treat yourself and your friends to a delicious Polish Sunday brunch or lunch in the White Eagle Restaurant.
Children under 16, free.
(Please note, there is no entry charge if you only wish to visit the restaurant or bar).
Underground and Rail:
Tooting Bec Tube 6 min walk
Balham Tube and Rail 6 mins
Bus: 155, 219, 249, 319, 355
Car: Free on-street parking 2 minutes walk away.