An upmarket cafe on a high street has bid to serve alcohol at night.

Wired Coffee on 194 Broadhurst Gardens in West Hampstead has applied to Camden Council for a premises license that would allow it to sell alcohol from 11am until 10.30pm all week.

The cafe, which has brunch items including its house banana bread, made the application last month after a public notice was published on March 14 this year.

It is open to feedback from March 14 until April 5 in 2024 while Camden Council's licensing authority considers the coffee shop's application.

For more information about the notice, see below.

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