This is a cobblestone street in the West Village with a variety of great front doors. Here are a few and check out the Gallery at the top for some others.
Another beautiful fall day spent walking and visiting some of my favorite shops. I started the day taking the Bus down to Hudson and Horatio Street to shop at Myers of Keswick. This is a great little British shop with homemade meat pies, fresh meats, cheeses and all sorts of British goodies. In addition there are Flags, mugs, teapots and all things Queen! A few blocks away I stopped at Tea and Sympathy and looked at all there latest items imported from England as well. They also have a cute little Tea shop that serves lunch and of course scones and clotted cream! Next door is yet another British food place called Asalt and Battery (great British humor). They have the best Fish and Chips with Malt Vinegar. I love their Beets and Onions too! Walking around the West Village is so great just to admire the Doors on the Brownstone houses. I took some photos and will attach a few and you can view the rest in the Gallery section at the top of the page. After walking around for a good hour, I jumped on the subway to go downtown to check out Century 21. This is a big store like a Marshall’s or TJ Max although I always associate the name with Real Estate. I then met up with Stephanie (my Daughter) and we went to Jim Brady’s down by Wall Street for Dinner. Its a great Irish Pub and Restaurant. We first went there with my Nieces Brother Gerard and loved the atmosphere and decor which is rich with style and elegance of years ago. It’s actually been in New York since 1976. It was a great day and I hope you enjoy the pictures.
Hi, I left sunny Florida to visit my Daughter in New York City and enjoy the lovely Fall weather. I was out walking today and caught a glimpse of this beautiful potted Garden all in one container. I love how City People display their creativity even in the smallest places.
A special place to visit and share with you some tempting Food and Gardening ideas along with some Memorable moments shared with Special People! In Italian we say Benvenuto (Welcome) and my English Family would follow with Carry On and lets get started!
Welcome to Britalia Way! Thanks for stopping by. Please join me as I share with you a series about food, people and experiences that are special to me. English and Italian traditions are so enticing and were the inspiration for creating Britalia Way!
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