About

A Greenwich Village institution, a go-to for hankering Brits and inquisitive Yanks alike, a New York old-timer serving the best Shepherd’s Pie this side of Land’s End. Call us what you will but please, keep up-to-date with our spiffing new blog!

You can find us at 108 Greenwich Avenue, New York City, NY 10011.

Phone: (212) 989-9735

Email: info@teaandsympathynewyork.com

Website: http://www.teaandsympathy.com

We are open Mon-Fri 11.30am-10.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 9.30am-10.30pm and we deliver!

19 thoughts on “About

  1. looking to come over in july to get away from the tennis folk. have been to the mock turtle in Brighton now city woo ! so if you can match that I wont need any sympathy lol ,realy looking forward to it let me know if you need anything , Linda,

  2. Hello! What a lovely blog you have on all things scrumptious and British! I also adore the tea cosies you posted (mmm…especially the All Sorts Licorice!). I will have to pay a visit the next time I’m in NYC.

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my post. I hope that you will find some future posts of mine interesting as well. Looking forward to learning more from you. Have a wonderful day!

  3. Hello there,
    What an interesting blog. I am an Indian girl who grew up in a British colonial tea plantation in Assam India – which you may know is the heartland of English Tea. A cup of strong, malty Assam is hard to beat. Tea in my blood. Our bungalow cook made the best English tea treats from scratch – “dondee” (Dundee) cake, cucumber sonweesh (sandwich), brand snaps and butterfly cakes. I will most definitely stop by on my next visit to NYC. Thanks for visiting my blog. Cheers!

  4. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog yesterday. I can’t wait to visit the next time I’m in NYC. The six months I spent in England are among the happiest in my life, so English food (especially teas and scones) will always hold a special place in my heart. Happy Easter!

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  6. I am absolutly in love with your teashop, store, and resturaunt! I bought a teapot with poppy flowers on it and also a cute mug with roses! Your staff is so nice and full of character! I’ve met a couple of them like the german one named Lucas and Natasha! Everyone at the tea store next door is hilarious! Thank you so much for bringing a little bit of Britan into Manhattan!

    – That Norwegian Chick Isabella Vik

    eh-sah-bell-ah.blogspot.com

  7. Have been to your shop many times while I was living in NY and loved it!! My mum is from England and spent many summers there. I’m a confirmed Anglophile. Last trip to London was in 05. Can’t wait to go back. Thanks for having such a wonderful place to have some yummy food that brings back warm memories! Can’t wait to get to NYC and come in for a cuppa!

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