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Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Frank's Cafe, Peckham

Frank's Cafe is a millennial's dream come true. Why? Because it's pure pink. The vibrant walls attract thousands of snap happy Instagram users who cannot resist the opportunity to pose pensively on the steps that lead to the rooftop bar.

The pink walls, which have arguably made Frank's Cafe famous, are courtesy of Simon Whybray's creative mind. For the past two years the bright hue has been repainted to ensure that it's as accosting as possible - think what your wall may look like if you took to it with a pink highlighter pen.

Of course, the treat is that once you've climbed to the top of the stairwell - taking many selfies on your way - you can indulge in a beverage at the top which is particularly charming when the English weather is at its best.

NOTE: Frank's Cafe closes for the winter, so ensure you visit their website for updates before taking a trip!

10th Floor, Peckham Multi Story Carpark, 95A Rye Lane, London SE15 4ST
south london

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