New York City
Food and Drink

This section features eating and drinking establishments likely to be of interest to steampunks. It includes tea houses, as well as bars and restaurants with steampunk, neo-Victorian, or retro-industrial decor. Some establishments are consciously designed with steampunk themes. With others, the connection may be more subtle or open to interpretation. We identified many of these places by searching review sites for mentions of "steampunk," and obviously that can be a subjective judgment. The gear icon indicates locations where the steampunk or fantasy elements are more obvious.

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New York, NY, USA

Alice's Tea Cup describes itself as "New York City’s most whimsical tea house!" Chapter I was the first of three locations. . .

New York, NY, USA

Alice's Tea Cup describes itself as "New York City’s most whimsical tea house!" Chapter II is the largest of three locations.

New York, NY, USA

Alice's Tea Cup describes itself as "New York City’s most whimsical tea house!" Chapter III is "our main bakery and hub for reservations and events. . ."

New York, NY, USA

This steakhouse in Manhattan's Upper East Side has a "steampunk cocktail parlor vibe," according to Eater New York. . .

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Brooklyn, NY, USA

This bar and event venue in Brooklyn hosts meetings of the Secret Science Club. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This Greenwich Village tea parlor is one of the landmarks on the Steampunk Map of New York City compiled by local steampunks. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This bar and restaurant in Manhattan's East Village is named for steam engine pioneers Matthew Boulton and James Watt. . .

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Huntington, NY, USA

This bar and restaurant from chef Andrew Crabtree has a steampunk-inspired interior. . .

New York, NY, USA

This bar and restaurant on Manhattan's Upper West Side serves Italian cuisine. . .

Brooklyn, NY, USA

This food hall in Brooklyn houses six eateries. . .

Millerton, NY, USA

"Located in the scenic Hudson Valley, our tasting bar and lounge offer 250 varieties of tea. . ."

New York, NY, USA

Lady Mendl's describes itself as "an unconventionally chic tea salon housed within a Georgian brownstone. . ."

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New York, NY, USA

This pub is a favorite hangout of steampunks in New York City. . .

New York, NY, USA

This bar and restaurant, named after H. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This bar, featuring Victorian décor, is a frequent meeting place of the New York Nineeteenth Century Society. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This bar and art gallery pays homage to the author. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This 19th century café near the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the landmarks on the Steampunk Map compiled by New York City Steampunk. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This tea room in lower Manhattan is a popular hangout for steampunks. . .

Brooklyn, NY, USA

This Brooklyn gastropub includes steampunk-inspired décor. . .

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New York, NY, USA

Tea and British comfort food served in Greenwich Village. . .

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Patchogue, NY, USA

This popular coffeehouse on the south shore of Long Island has a self-described "artistic vibe" that includes steampunk contraptions. . .

Port Jefferson, NY, USA

This popular coffeehouse on the north shore of Long Island has a self-described "artistic vibe" with neo-Victorian and steampunk elements. . .

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New York, NY, USA

This flagship of the Trattoria Il Mulino Italian restaurant chain has steampunk-inspired artwork and décor. . .

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Brooklyn, NY, USA

This self-described "music venue and nerdvana" is a popular hangout for steampunks. . .

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