Eat and Drink British pubs in NYC By Emily Schienvar firstname.lastname@example.org Updated June 22, 2016 3:21 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Itching for comfort food and a conversational atmosphere? British pubs go back to the basics with good food and simple touches. Some feature live music, others, sports, but all of these embrace the traditions of the British Isles with quality food. Read on for a few of our pub picks. Jones Wood Foundry Photo Credit: Jones Wood Foundry via Facebook Location: 401 E. 76th St. Description: Self-described as a "food-driven pub," the Jones Wood Foundry serves brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert and drinks. Try British classics like fish and chips or bangers and mash or choose from their extensive "toasts" selection. Phone: 212-249-2700 Website: joneswoodfoundry.com The Shakespeare Photo Credit: The Shakespeare via Facebook Location: 24 E. 39th St. Description: With its founder hailing from Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, The Shakespeare offers authentic British fare in a no-frills tavern. Diners can grab a full English breakfast or Scotch eggs off of their brunch menu or a banoffee trifle for dessert. Express lunches are also available with a pie and a pint on weekdays. Phone: (646) 837-6779 Website: theshakespearenyc.com The Winslow Photo Credit: The Winslow via Facebook Location: 243 E. 14th St. Description: At the Winslow, you can find gins from around the world, an eclectic cocktail menu, and quick service. Their dining menus feature standard British favorites. Phone: (212) 777-7717 Website: thewinslownyc.com Cock and Bull NYC Photo Credit: Cock and Bull NYC via Facebook Location: 23 W. 45th St. Description: Inspired by British gastropubs, the Cock & Bull menu features classic British dishes like beef and ale pie and Scotch eggs in addition to 10 on-tap beers and an extensive wine list. Phone: 212-819-1900 Website: cockandbullnyc.com The Churchill Tavern Photo Credit: The Churchill via Twitter Location: 45 E. 28th St. Description: If you're not in it for the British food and drinks, you can definitely get excited about Churchill's speeches playing on a loop in the bathroom. This English tavern-style establishment serves British fare like pies, devils on horseback and lamb lollipops. As for drinks, they offer an extensive single malt whiskey selection, as well as Irish whiskeys, bourbon whiskeys, rye whiskeys, gin, beer, wine and cider. Phone: 646-476-8419 Website: thechurchillny.com The Red Lion Photo Credit: Red Lion via Facebook Location: 151 Bleecker St. Description: Live music and sports draw a diverse crowd to this British-style establishment. The bar features lengthy hours, serving breakfast beginning at 11 a.m. and closing the kitchen at midnight, with sports and music going until 4 a.m. Phone: 212-260-9797 Website: redlionnyc.com Pound & Pence Photo Credit: Pound & Pence via Facebook Location: 55 Liberty St. Description: Popular with the Financial District after-work crowd, this English sports bar accommodates 300 people with a dining room, bar and living room. Both American and English fare are included on the menu. Phone: 212-716-1140 Website: poundandpence.com GMT Tavern Photo Credit: GMT Tavern via Twitter Location: 142 Bleecker St. Description: Grab Sunday roast for brunch at this British-style tavern and choose from their selection of 36 draught beers. The menu features both traditional British fare and casual American food. The tavern features an elegant interior with dark wood and cozy decor. Phone: 646-863-3776 Website: gmtnyc.com Carragher’s Pub & Restaurant Photo Credit: Carragher’s Pub & Restaurant via Instagram Location: 228 W. 39th St. Description: Named after retired Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher, this pub screens every Liverpool Football Club match. Carragher's serves burgers, sandwiches and traditional pub fare. Phone: 646-370-1545 Website: carraghersnyc.com The Spotted Pig Photo Credit: The Spotted Pig via Facebook Location: 314 W. 11th St. Description: Serving British and Italian fare with mostly-local ingredients, the Spotted Pig, one of New York's first gastropubs, is walk-in only and features a 100-bottle wine list. The deviled eggs, Ricotta Gnudi and burgers are purported to be must-tries. Phone: 212-620-0393 Website: thespottedpig.com The Fat Radish Photo Credit: The Fat Radish via Facebook Location: 17 Orchard St. Description: Farm-fresh vegetable and meat heavy, the food's British pub fare-inspired food is picturesque and light. Menu items range from Scotch eggs to celery root pie. Phone: 212-300-4053 Website: thefatradishnyc.com By Emily Schienvar email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic The best, crispiest fried chickenHere are the best places to indulge. The city's oldest restaurantsNew restaurants open all the time here, but historic eateries are worth remembering. Where to get boozy iced teaRefresh yourself and celebrate the weekend with alcoholic iced teas. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.