A NEW tearooms with a 60s and 70s theme is opening in central Ventnor on Sunday (June 16).
Carnaby Tearooms is the brainchild of owner Lisa Ellis, who has worked in catering for 30 years.
It is the first time she has owned her own business and she has decided on a Carnaby Street vibe, with the tearooms decorated in memorabilia from the Swinging Sixties.
The tearooms is at 66 High Street, which is opposite Central Car Park. There is space for more than 40 covers.
It will be open daily from 11am to 7pm, serving light lunches, cream teas and cakes.
Among the hot and cold food on offer are paninis, sandwiches, wraps and baguettes, quiche, sausage rolls, homemade soup and Ploughman's lunches.
There will be fresh Island roasted coffee and Shmoo milkshakes.
There is a plan to offer children's parties in the future, along a 60s theme.