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Brooklyn High Low
Brooklyn High Low is an eclectic tea parlor in Prospect Heights that serves a classic afternoon tea.
Good Fork Pub
This Red Hook spot has the spirit of a British pub and a menu with unconventional bar fare like a gooey Korean cheesesteak.
Queensyard is an expensive spot in Hudson Yards that serves British-inspired food. Unfortunately, it's not very good.
From the team behind Dame, Lord's serves excellent modern British food in a Greenwich Village space that feels special occasion-worthy.
Dame is an exciting English seafood restaurant in Greenwich Village with delicious fish, a long wine list, and a disco playlist.
Jones Wood Foundry
A great British pub that will help you solve all of your Upper East Side problems, or at least the ones related to food.
The Breslin is a gastropub at the Ace Hotel in Flatiron. Order the lamb burger.
This Scottish cocktail bar is best used for a cold night and/or any night you’re looking to eat some haggis and drink too much. So...every night?
Hawksmoor on Park Avenue and 22nd Street is a London steakhouse with an upscale take on traditional British food.
Bluebird London is on the third floor of the Time Warner Center, and it’s a decent spot for a semi-fancy meal with someone dressed in business casual.
St. James Gate
St. James Gate is an Irish pub on the Upper West Side where you can eat bangers and mash and order a Guinness.
GMT Tavern is a dark bar on Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village with sidewalk seating and a solid Happy Hour.
The Dead Rabbit
The Dead Rabbit is part cocktail bar, part restaurant, and the best place to drink in FiDi.
The Milton is a pub on the Upper East Side with some surprisingly good food.