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Quadrophenia....at the cafe



Quadrophenia....at the cafe

Alfredo's, this lovely deco-style cafe was seen in Quadrophenia.

Location: 4-8 Essex Road, N1 8LN

Description: Once known as Alfredo's, this lovely deco-style cafe provided the location for one of the brawls in the classic 70s film, 'Quadrophenia' - based on the corner of Essex Road and Islington Green. I believe it is now called the S & M Cafe.


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Quadrophenia....at the cafe

Alfredo's, this lovely deco-style cafe was seen in Quadrophenia.


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Great Food! Worth a visit if your a fan of The Who and the Mod film classic Quadrophenia. (chris frandsen)
Posted by chris frandsen on 2007-03-19
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