BEST RESTAURANT MERCH IN LONDON
If food is the new rock ‘n’ roll, then it’s time to chuck away your naff old band t-shirts and start repping your real heroes: restaurants. Yes what better to way to display your fan status than with a tote bag or t shirt from your local pizza shop or wine bar? Not all merch is created equal of course but these London legends have got it down. Without further ado, here’s our guide to the best restaurant merch in London.
It’s no surprise that Wavey Ice has wavey merch. These tie-dye socks featuring the Wavey Ice logo are as fresh as their boozy ice pops. Wear with trainers now and sandals come summer.
These guys are slinging some of the best sarnies in London and now they’ve got one of the best tees in the game too. They’re also doing a good line in stickers so you can really plaster your love for them everywhere.
Wine & Rind
Cheese meets streetwear with Tottenham cheese shop Wine & Rind’s range of merch. Who needs Palace when you can have Pecorino?
Kold Sauce is keeping you warm with this long sleeve tee featuring a jolly hot sauce bottle on the back and slogans on the arms, and it comes in white too.
This reusable water bottle from Top Cuvée is meant for water, but if you want to fill it with natty wine, who are we to argue?
Max’s Sandwich Shop
If you thought the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ate pizza, you’re wrong, because clearly they eat Max’s mega sarnies.
Noble Rot, which is one of the best wine bars in London, started life as a magazine, which is very much still going. Known for its bold illustrated covers, it’s no surprise that these guys have a sharp eye when it comes to merch.
St John has taken their iconic black and white logo and plastered it on everything from t shirts and tote bags, to aprons and ash trays. You can even get a cute little romper for your baby, which really is showing your allegiance.
Bao’s branding is pretty impeccable across the board, from the interiors of each restaurant to the website. They’re also responsible for one of the first hipster restaurant tote bags, the now famous illustration of a man scoffing a bao.