Grub Street: Tate Donovan

The tea is from McNulty’s on Christopher Street, one of the great coffee-and-tea stores in America.

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Make Perfect Sun Tea in Three Easy Steps!

All you need is the following: 

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New York Eats (More): By Ed Levine

This long-awaited revised edition includes: painstakingly detailed, up-to-the-minute coverage of all five boroughs (including expanded coverage of Brooklyn and Queens), an all-new section on the Hamptons, Ed's best-of-the-best restaurant picks, an incredibly complete directory of New York's ethnic markets (you won't know how you lived without it), and more.

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Recipe: Marbled Tea Leaf Eggs

Today marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year, (Year of the Ram). What better way to celebrate than to include some of our favorite Chinese teas into the mix? 
Here is a fun and easy recipe for Marbled Tea Leaf Eggs, a savory treat that is common on the streets of China.

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These Are a Few of My Favorite (Village) Things

Here are some of the joys that keep me in Greenwich Village. (All telephone numbers are in the 212 area code.)

 

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DECAFFEINATED: SERVING THE BEST

The increasing demand for decaffeinated coffee is one of the more noticeable changes in eating habits. Despite that growing demand, envelopes of instant Sanka are often presented with hot water at the end of the meal, even in some of our toniest and otherwise impeccable restaurants.

http://www.nytimes.com/1982/04/03/style/decaffeinated-serving-the-best.html

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New York’s Best Tea Merchants and Retail Shops

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The Faithful Shopper: Tea Is the New Chocolate!

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And a number of new purveyors from around the globe are opening in the city to give you a chance to learn what people from India, China, and Africa have known for centuries - there's more to tea than what's in your supermarket!

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Best of New York: Tea Shop: 2012



McNulty's on Christopher St. takes the honors

Walking into McNulty’s on Christopher St. is like taking a trip back in time. The scales that owner David Wong uses to measure out tea leaves and coffee beans are from the early 1900s.

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Hidden Treasure

"All you have to do is remember your name," says David Wong, the seventh owner of the shop, which has been in business since 1895. Wong has been behind the counter at the homey Christopher St. outpost for the last 22 years.

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Mimi Sheraton Hates ‘Cottony’ Croissants, Loves a Good Butcher Plate

Mimi Sheraton — who served as the restaurant critic for the New York Times from 1975 to 1983 — is one of the most accomplished and beloved food writers in America.

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Try Some Elderberry Fruit Blend for This Cold and Flu Season

For those of us dealing with a brutally cold winter, now is a good time to stock up on some Elderberry Fruit Blend.

Used for centuries around the world, elderberries contain a host of vitamins

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Morning or Afternoon, There’s a Kettle Brewing

WEEKEND IN NEW YORK | MANHATTAN TEAHOUSES

You don’t have to actually drink your tea on the spot, of course; there are plenty of shops to buy loose tea, and they range from elegant (like Ito En on Madison Avenue at 69th Street) to tiny and old fashioned (like McNulty’s in Greenwich Village).

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    McNulty's serves up a by-gone era

    In 1980, David Wong and his dad, Wing, purchased McNulty’s from David’s brother’s employers. They continued to run the business from its original storefront location while adding a very strong mail order division. Still very much a family business, it is particularly satisfying to the Wongs to recognize secondand third-generation customers buying their teas and coffee at McNulty’s from as far back as the 1920’s and 1930’s.  

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    2011 Village Awardee

    For over 115 years, McNulty’s has been the Village’s source for quality teas and coffees from around the world. We are honored to be giving this longstanding neighborhood staple a Village Award at our Annual Meeting on Monday, June 13th.

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    Looking for an interesting tea recipe?

    McNulty’s Tea & Coffee Co. at 109 Christopher Street sells extra-smoky lapsang souchong that works perfectly for this, and it’s not expensive.

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    Mario Batali's Foodie 50: Manhattan: Modern Luxury Magazine

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    The Sweet Smell of Longevity at McNulty ’s

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    Repost: Sara Gore's Open House NYC

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