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A London-Inspired Afternoon in Manhattan for Anglophiles

Where to eat, drink, and unwind like a true-blue English(wo)man.

If you don a Union Jack underneath your clothes and have teatime regularly scheduled on your iCal, we’ve got great news for you: You’re a full-blown Anglophile! Here’s where to go to find the best British food and drinks in New York.

Eat: Stock Up on Bangers and Biscuits at Myers of Keswick

Start your day with some grocery shopping at Myers of Keswick, where you will find a variety of pies, sausages, household supplies, and British gift items. 634 Hudson Street (between Horatio and Jane Streets), West Village

Do: Afternoon Tea at the Whitby Hotel

Indulge in a quintessential British tradition in the Whitby Hotel’s Orangery, afternoon tea. Enjoy the sweet and savory snacks paired with your cuppa of choice. 18 West 56th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), Midtown

Drink: Refined Libations at the Clocktower

End your evening with dinner at one of the most popular British-inspired gastropubs in New York City, located in the New York Edition Hotel. 5 Madison Avenue (between 23rd and 24th Streets), Flatiron

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