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Railton Road Info
Pub/Dining/Rooms Picture Framing Bakery

Buses: 3, 37, 68. 468
Rail: Herne Hill
Park: Brockwell (2 mins)
History: Railton Road has many shops dating back to Victorian times after the Herne Hill Station opened in 1862.
Media: Times Online review

Llewelyn's (est. April 2017)
293-295 Railton Road
020 7733 6676
Brockwell Art Services
232-234 Railton Road
SE24 0JT
020 7274 7046
Contact: Jim 
Local art for sale.
Bespoke Picture Framing.
Greeting cards.
Open Mon- Sat.

Blackbird Bakery
230 Railton Road
020 7095 8800
Established in 2005 at No 208 opposite the Herne Hill Bookshop and mover to its larger premises a few years later.
Open: 7 days a week
Bread, cakes and croissants all baked in SE27
Branches: West Norwood, East Dulwich, Crystal Palace and Peckham
Owner: Eamonn

Bookshop Modern European

Wine Bar

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Herne Hill Books (est 2009)
289 Railton Road, 
T: 020 7998 1673 
Nikki, Ed and Manager Oli stock a wonderful mix of  fiction, art titles, popular culture, biography, travel guides, quirky stationary and cards. This shop is the little sister of Clapham Books and offers the same excellent next day and hard-to -find ordering services.

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Fish & Wine (Est Dec 2014)
220 Railton Road
020 7274 05555
Initial reports: Kitchen - good. Front of house -  not so good
The building was originally the local cinema (1913-1959).
Chef: Jonathan Iver
Lunch: Fri-Sun (from £9 a head)
Dinner; 7 days a week
Owner: Kevin

Off the Cuff (est. 2014)
Arch 645
301-303 Railton Road
07853 476 235
Contact: Tony
Funky cafe/bar in arches by Herne Hill station
Coffee: Volcano
Wines & cheeses
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Members Nights late  Fri & Sat
Open 7 days a week
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