Notting Hill is a fashionable square mile full of multiethnic finds, music, funky vintage clothing stalls, vibrant street markets, cool bars, and trendy restaurants and shops. It was the heart of London’s West Indian community in the 1960s and ʼ70s and a favorite with artists, rock stars, and rich hippies; it’s now home to well-off trendy young people who survive without apparent effort (dubbed "trustafarians") and less stuffy investment banker–types. The area is studded with some of London’s most handsome period crescents and terraces. Every weekend, hordes descend on Portobello Road to go bargain-hunting at one of the world's great antiques markets. Holland Park to the west has even grander period villas while Bayswater to the east has excellent ethnic restaurants.