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Myers of Keswick


The market town of Keswick in northwest England is the inspiration for this traditional British grocery store, opened in 1985 by Keswick native Peter Myers who came to the City on holiday and made it his new home. The shop has since been passed to the next generation in the Myers family but still maintains its English authenticity, carrying grocery and household items one wouldn’t find in an American grocery store along with freshly made goods like meat pies, Cornish pasties, Scotch eggs and sausage.

634 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014

Food & Grocery Stores/Greenmarkets
Payment Types
Credit Cards Accepted


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