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An account written in the 1870s said "Between the dances the girls promenade, or take supper with their male friends in the numerous restaurants, which are always crowded to excess by noisy people of both sexes, drinking Champagne and Moselle, or eating lobsters or devilled kidneys. Cold suppers are provided for the girls in an upper saloon, for which they are charged two shillings and sixpence a piece, without wine."

Reference: London Parks & Gardens Trust http://www.londongardenstrust.org/features/cremorne.htm

 

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