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BRIT SHOPS & English tearooms across Florida

   ON THIS PAGE ARE ALL BRITISH SHOPS,  ENGLISPGTipsImageH TEAROOMS, FISH & CHIP SHOPS and BRITISH BAKERIES
in Florida.  The British Bureau is the only business maintaining current files on every one. Phone each place direct for information.  Some combine a British shop, tearoom and/or bakery at the same premises. . Please tell the shopkeepers you saw it on this website.  Email any updates to publisher@britishflorida.com  with your name/contact phone for verification.

 

►►  Attention owners of British shops:   Want more NEW paying customers–guaranteed?  Increase your bottom line. Use our eBlast service to the thousands of local Brits and Anglophiles in YOUR local area.   We have them in our British Bureau database—you don’t! This British contacts database–the only one in Florida— was launched in 1996 and is updated weekly.     Email query to publisher@britishflorida.com   On Subject line put:  Florida British eBlast query”.  

  • BRANDON The European Gourmet and Deli [813] 681-9125 British owner Martin Bebbington. Has British foods.
  • CAPE CORAL Cameron’s British Foods [239] 772-1554 Ask for owner Amber Cameron
  • DAYTONA [south] Penny Lane British shop English owner Jean Kamm [386] 788-7689
  • DAVENPORT The Proper Pie Company. [863] 438-2705 British owner Derek.
    DUNEDIN   The Celtic Shop of Dunedin [727] 733-2200 British owner Lynn
  • DUNEDIN Lothian British shop [727] 733-6838Scottish kilt/bagpipe rentals, British/Scottish foods and gifts.
  • FLAGLER BEACH Pennyfarthing Britshop [386] 439-0920 English owner Margaret Cassini
  • FT.LAUDERDALE [Davie] The British Marketplace and Let’s Have Tea Tearoom. [954] 584-8888 British owner David Williams
    THE BRITISH MARKETPLACE and attached LET’S HAVE TEA ENGLISH TEAROOM is your one-stop Brit-shop for Broward and Miami Brits.  [Miami’s only one closed years ago].  Largest range of British foods,  gifts, football, and souvenir items imported from the UK.  It’s an Aladdin Cave of British goodies, with new imports arriving daily from England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.   Pop in and see what they have! For your year-round and Easter and Christmas Goodies [with attached tearoom to have a cuppa and Bakewell tart while shopping], head out to the British Marketplace in Davie.  Their tearoom is especially popular for occasion and group bookings, classic English High Teas Christmas parties, ladies lunches,  or just you and a friend.  View both websites to see they have to offer:    www.britishmarketplace.com and www.letshavetearoom.com   British owner David Williams is known for the friendliest service in Florida—true!  A member of FABB [Florida Association of British Business].  British Marketplace,  6923 Stirling Road, Davie FL 33314.  From 95 exit west on Stirling Road.  Call shop for opening hours on [954] 584-8888.
  • FT. LAUDERDALE [East] The British Depot Shop [954] 491-4920 British owner Lisa Ireland
  • FT. LAUDERDALE Old Village Teashop [954] 348-7555 English owner Christine
  • FT. LAUDERDALE Oscar’s Tearoom [954] 537-6011 British co-owner Kevin Ashdown  CLOSED DOWN JUNE 2016
  • FT. LAUDERDALE [East] Pondhoppers British Shop [954] 566-9388 British owner Rob Brady
  • FT. LAUDERDALE [Sunrise] British Depot west [954] 746-4469
  • FT. LAUDERDALE [Davie] Let’s Have Tea a beautiful English Tearoom [954] 584-8888 English owner David Williams
  • FT. LAUDERDALE  Best of British Shop [954] 525-0009 on  SE 17th. Street Causeway opened October 2013. 
  • FT. MYERS   OK-UK Fish and Chips  [239] 599-2328.  British owner John Norton.
  • FORT WALTON BEACH The British Pedlar shop. [850] 863-3969 English owner Heather Pohlmann.
  • GAINESVILLE [Alachua area] Hitchcock’s Market [386] 462-1314
  • JUNO BEACH Bentley’s Cafe [561] 624-7944 Ask for British owner Martin Watson . Sells British dishes and foods.
    Call to ask exactly what they have. 
  • KEY WEST Millie’s British shop [305] 294-6877 Ausralian owner Kathleen
  • KISSIMMEE Fish and Chips and Beyond Restaurant. British owner [407] 396-7888
  • KISSIMMEE The British Chippy  [407] 507-5064. An authentic fish and chip shop like we loved back in UK.
    Ask for British owner Steve Barnes.   INFO  www.thebritishchippy.com  
  • LAKE MARY Dickens Tearoom [407] 416-7780 English owner Debbie Arriigail 
  • LAKE WORTH The British Depot Shop [561] 585-6222
  • LAKE PLACID The A La Mode English Tearoom. [863] 465-9838 English owner George Butler
  • LARGO London Pride Shop [727] 517-3550 British owner Carole Clephane 
  • MELBOURNE The British Shoppe [321] 768-8369 English owner Julie Primus
  • MIAMI The Tea Room at Cauley Square [305] 258-0044 not British-owned but a genuine tearoom.
  • MIAMI [west] Madi’s Teagarden and tearoom [786] 801-0668 A charming Victorian-style place.
  • MIAMI Tea n Sanity teashop [786] 462-4341
  • MIAMI The Tea Lounge [305] 554-8327 on Coral Way. For the real tea lover and connoisseur, this place has a variety of loose and special teas from around the world. See website  www.specialtealounge.com
  • MIAMI has NO British food shop now—The nearest one for Miami Brits is the British Marketplace in Davie [954] 584-8888.
  • MIAMI–south. The Copper Kettle-a British/Scottish/Irish giftshop not food. [305] 255-1515
  • MIAMI [South Beach] EPICURE [305] 672-1861 is a gourmet shop with an aisle of [expensive!] British foods.
  • MOUNT DORA Windsor Rose English Tearoom [352] 735-2551. British owner Paul Goodale. They hold British events and shows there too—call to find out what’s coming up. 
  • NAPLES Old World Market [239] 692-3020 stocks British groceries. Bulgarian owner Moe
  • NAVARRE British Pedlar Shop [850] 939-9919 British owner Heather
  • NEWPORT RICHEY Piper’s British Corner, shop & restaurant. [727] 842-4609 English owner Peter Bonnar
  • ORLANDO Sanford Cafe Rouge  [407] 506-3993 Has English items and serves fish and chips. Brit owner Samantha Walsh
  • ORLANDO The British Shoppe English owner John Jago-Ford. [407] 898-1634
  • ORLANDO The Daily News Deli & Britshop Brit owner [407] 644-6282
  • ORLANDO [Sanford] Hart Sisters Tearoom [407] 323-9448
  • ORMOND BEACH Margaret Cassini [British ex-owner of a shop] now sells British foods from her trailer. Call her on [772] 221-0868 to find out more.
  • PALM CITY The British Express [772] 219-0664 
    • PANAMA CITY Willows English Tearoom [850] 747-1004 English owners Wendy and Linda
    • PENSACOLA Scotties British foods [850] 982-1736 and 850-457-2993 British owners Cathy and Mike Casey
    • PLANT CITY Camellia Rose English Tearoom [813] 659-8287
  • ST. PETERSBURG  A Corner of England Shop and mailorder [727] 345-5353
  • SARASOTA Scots Corner Shop [941] 953-6707
  • SARASOTA British Corner Shop and [attached] British Accents Tearoom [941] 346-6004 British Owner Kathy Wilson 
  • SARASOTA The 4 and 20 Pasty company, a British bakery. [941] 927-1421 British owner Richard Posner
  • TALLAHASSEE AREA [Havana] The English Rose Cafe [850] 616-1362 English owner Millie Smith
  • TAMPA European Cafe.  British owners [813] 254-9458
  • TAMPA Miracles Tearoom [813] 991-1212 closed but English owner Jackie Sayles now runs a catering service and you can book teaparties etc.
    Call her on same number for info.
  • WILDWOOD Polly’s Pantry and Royal Tearoom [352] 330-6532 English owners John and Tricia Bennett

► BRITISH FOODS and gifts WHOLESALERS: Bulk orders only.   1] Call LB Global in West Palm Beach, which supplies many of the British shops in Florida. Tel. [561] 310-7974 ask for British owner Lisa    2] British Imports Florida [407] 648-6801 in Orlando. Will ship anywhere in Florida. Ask for British owners Rahul Lathia and Sonia.

►  BRITISH ITEMS:    Would you like some British Stuff:  T-shirts from UK.  Mugs (The perfect mug of tea comes with an English Tea Bag and a packet of biscuits for dunking).  British Tote bags and a zilion Britsh items and gifts. See www.britishstuff1.net  or   email: Londongurl.britishstuff1.net  Reach British owner Marilyn in Florida on [407] 873-8284.  

 

►►   ARE YOU OVER 35?  DID YOU PAY INTO A UK COMPANY/PRIVATE PENSION?  
Do you know whether and how you can access your lump sum and bring it over to the USA?  

For a FREE review of your UK pension contact Mark Solomons in Florida with Florin Pensions
direct on  [561] 793-1311 email  msolomons@florinpensions.com  On Subject line put:  “To Mark Solomons—UK pension query”.    Include your name + city + phone + a sentence about the type of company/private pension you paid into.  NOTE: The UK’s decision to leave the EU has resulted in Gilt yields reaching all time historic lows,  pushing up the transfer values of UK defined benefit pensions schemes.  That means your unfrozen pension is worth MORE since July 2016.  Mark is a longtime member of the Florida Association of British Business [FABB].  As FABB’s UK pensions expert he has unfrozen many pensions for USA expats over the years.

► TIP £$£$:      If you want to bring your money from the UK to Florida. Or vice versa.
Here’s the best way:   TO SAVE WHEN TRANSFERRING OVER UK CURRENCY.  DON’T USE YOUR BANK!  Use Moneycorp.

The pound is pitiful!  That affects all expats in Florida who still have UK dealings.  But Moneycorp’s rates are currently [2017] the best.  To transfer your precious funds, we highly recommend the services of Moneycorp.  This will save you fees and grief, as we Londoners say!  What your own bank won’t do is save you the considerable exchange fees.  Moneycorp does that for you.   NOW is the most advantageous time for you to transfer any funds you have.  THE BEST WAY:  Moneycorp.   At lower rates than any bank.   Moneycorp is the only UK currency exchange company licensed to deal in 50 states.   Expat Brits here –including many personal Brit friends of mine–have used this currency service for years and report savings and satisfaction.   TO FIND OUT MORE:    Phone Moneycorp’s Kelly Cutchin on  [863] 207-6616 at their USA HQ in Orlando to ask all your questions.  Or email your query to Kelly Cutchin  
kelly.cutchin@moneycorp.com for details.  Moneycorp has a UK office too so Kelly may set up your account in the UK—whichever suits you.    Posted by the Florida Association of British Business [FABB]  Moneycorp have been trusted members since 2005.   [2017]