Some kind words here from NBC4 – and some very good advice in the title. An excellent guide to all things British in NYC, featuring some of our very best friends (Myers of Keswick, we mean you!)
Tap in to your inner anglophile and enjoy the tastes of England on this side of the pond, right here in New York City.
Tea & Sympathy
108 Greenwich Ave. / Greenwich Village
Welsh rarebit, scotch egg, Shepherd’s pie, the’ve got it all at Tea & Sympathy, a quaint little English restaurant right in the heart of Greenwich Village. It’s been a neighborhood favorite for years. On the weekends, they serve an authentic full English breakfast (or shall we say Sunday dinner), a rare find in New York City. Any New Yorker who knows what bubble and squeak is will truly appreciate this find. They don’t take reservations and the place is rather small, so get there early with your entire party. Can’t get enough? Stop on by the adjoining market for some treats to take home.
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