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Chef April Bloomfield's project The Breslin Bar & Dining Room is a pub connected to a hip hotel in Manhattan's gritty wholesale district, a darkened maze... More »
The premises were indeed once a hardware store and foundry, dating to the 19th century. The single-plate meals at Jones Wood Foundry make the best values, including a... More »
Ask any dude walking around the East Village where to grab some cheap chicken wings and he'll probably point you here. That's because from Monday through Wednesday wings are... More »
Britannia Rules! This addition to the Tea & Sympathy empire is a replica fish-and-chips shop that strives for perfection in every detail, even wrapping the product in... More »
This Lower East Side gastropub keeps it really casual with a list of tried-and-true British and American comfort food classics. The name is actually a reference to the... More »
No one can deny the best fish and chips are always done by the British, so don't be surprised that one of NYC's best fish and chips joints is decidedly over anglicized. The... More »
As third-wave coffee shops continue to pop up all over the place, it's obvious there's not much demand for quality tea shops. Tea & Sympathy, in the heart of the West... More »
The card at Teany reads, "proprietors kelly + moby," but I wouldn't expect the man behind Play to serve your chai latte and squash soup. It's not exactly his... More »
This Anglophilic East Village pub hosts a Thursday-night variety show that may or may not include stand-up, sketch comedy, a video, or a raffle. And at a measly... More »
Wilson Avenue is as gloomy as a London high street after hours, dotted here and there with frozen dog poo and candy-bar wrappers. A man walks home from the bodega with a carton of milk, a winter coat zipped over his pajamas. A woman tries hard but cannot light her cigarette. Dear Bushwick, the English...
When the first gastropubs hit town, they mainly cobbled their menus together out of goosed-up American and Italian fare, rather than reworking colorful Englishisms like bubble and squeak, toad in the hole, Welsh rarebit, and spotted dick. But just as the institution was being remade in Gotham's image, a few real U.K. gastropubs managed to sneak into the city, including Ulysses and the...
Robert Sietsema's Top 10
1. This doesn't mean I'm forsaking my first love, Katz's pastrami, but the smoked-meat sandwich at Mile End is denser, redder, and offered in a sandwich that's just the right size for one person to eat, which means I don't have to go around looking for someone to share it with me. Spread mustard on it and add a sour pickle, and I'm...
England in Brooklyn! Authentic fish and chips. The will fry anything, especially desserts like Twinkies, Oreos- even bring your own stuff and they'll fry it!Read Full Review
The title of this post captures it all. Genuine British food, exceedingly well prepared, is available in this cosy spot. Prices are rather high, but it is a perfect spot for a treat. The very presentation of the tea (fresh brewed, of course) in unmatched china, with genuine treacle tart on the side if one wishes, is a great pleasure. Varied meat, chicken, and lamb pies...Read Full Review
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