great places to visit off the beaten path.
Ace Cafe opened in 1938 in north west London, and since it was open 24 hours a day it started to become popular with motorcyclists. In 1949 it was rebuilt after WW II damage, and subsequently attracted both bikers and fans of rock ‘n roll. The cafe closed in 1969 but was reopened in 2001 with the support of both Brent Council and bike enthusiats. There is also a shop, and it is a legal place for marriages! Today the Cafe has a full schedule of motorcycle, car and music events. The Cafe is generally open from 7 am – 11pm daily. Events are frequently held from car or bike club gatherings to concerts. Go to their web site for specific information and events: http://www.ace-cafe-london.com
Located at: Ace Corner, N Circular Rd, London NW10 7UD
Closest tube: Stonebridge Park