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Experience British Cocktail Culture in New York City
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Experience British Cocktail Culture in New York City

1.  Bluebird London

How it's British: Fancy cocktails and views of Central Park are on the menu at this London import, perched discreetly on…
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2.  The Churchill Tavern

How it's British: Two floors, teapot cocktails and an epic Sunday roast define this beloved, cozy Manhattan tavern, where approachable English…
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3.  The Clocktower

How it's British: “Modern cuisine with a palpable U.K. sensibility” is the name of the game at Stephen Starr’s Clocktower, just…
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4.  Cock & Bull

How it's British: This Midtown gastropub is “inspired by the finest traditional British taverns and alehouses of yore,” which sums things…
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5.  Dog & Bone

How it's British: Dog owners rejoice. This pet-friendly British café on East 25th Street was built to accommodate both human and…
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6.  GMT Tavern

How it’s British: Nestled in New York’s Greenwich Village, GMT Tavern offers the quintessential British tavern experience. With 36 English and…
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7.  The Hoxton Williamsburg

How it's British: Enter Williamsburg’s poshest hotel, where cosmopolitan vibes abound and the design game reaches a whole new level. Hoxton,…
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8.  Jones Wood Foundry

How it's British: If you’re looking for a traditional British pub with elevated food and drink, then this is your spot.…
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9.  Lillie's Victorian Establishment Union Square

How it's British: Stepping into Lillie’s is like entering a time portal to the Victorian era. Named for British actress Lillie…
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10.  The Milton

How it's British: This Upper East Side gem is a bit of a trek for most, but executive chef David E.…
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11.  Oscar Wilde

How it's British: A cousin to Lillie’s (and similarly Victorian in fashion), Oscar Wilde honors the Irish Londoner playwright by encouraging…
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12.  Queensyard

How it’s British: Refined British restaurant meets cozy English countryside home in this darling new spot located in Hudson Yards (it…
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13.  The Shakespeare

How it's British: The name says it all: The Shakespeare, located beneath The William Hotel (and popular Raines Law Room), is…
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14.  Snowdonia

How it's British: Welsh food and Astoria might not be synonymous, but that makes Snowdonia an even rarer find. In fact,…
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