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Carrie’s guidebook

Carrie

Carrie’s guidebook

Great Staten Island Restaurants
There’s so much amazing food featuring any cuisine you can think of. From Sri Lankan to pizza, there are too many to name here. This list is only the tip of the iceberg. Please let me know if you eat somewhere great that I must add to this list.
Food truck and brick-and-mortar, specializing in rice balls
I Got Balls
227 Main St
Food truck and brick-and-mortar, specializing in rice balls
Hand-rolled, kettle-boiled bagels.
The Bagel Shoppe - Clove Rd.- Catering
1938 Clove Rd
Hand-rolled, kettle-boiled bagels.
More than just brunch, this restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Specializing in comfort breakfast food.
Project Brunch
616 Forest Ave
More than just brunch, this restaurant is open for lunch and dinner. Specializing in comfort breakfast food.
Upscale, New American restaurant, great for a date night. Inventive dishes, with local ingredients.
The Richmond
695 Bay St
Upscale, New American restaurant, great for a date night. Inventive dishes, with local ingredients.
Cajun seafood restaurant and bar with a “no fork, no plate” philosophy.
Hook & Reel
2590 Hylan Blvd
Cajun seafood restaurant and bar with a “no fork, no plate” philosophy.
New American and comfort food. Brunch comes with a pastry basket, unlimited booze and live entertainment.
The LocaL
316 Manor Rd
New American and comfort food. Brunch comes with a pastry basket, unlimited booze and live entertainment.
Hand-crafted tortillas, fresh guacamole and all things yummy.
Sofia's Taqueria
977 Bay St
Hand-crafted tortillas, fresh guacamole and all things yummy.
Michelin guide-mentioned blending Mediterranean, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese cuisine.
Vida
381 Van Duzer Street
Michelin guide-mentioned blending Mediterranean, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese cuisine.
Cajun-Creole comfort food
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Bayou
1072 Bay Street
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Cajun-Creole comfort food
Rotating staff of Italian grandmas, the menu is always changing
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Enoteca Maria
27 Hyatt Street
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Rotating staff of Italian grandmas, the menu is always changing
Traditional pub fare with great burgers
The Phunky Elephant
1271 Bay St
Traditional pub fare with great burgers
Fresh seafood, upscale, great for a date night. Sunday afternoon clambake.
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Blue
1115 Richmond Terrace
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Fresh seafood, upscale, great for a date night. Sunday afternoon clambake.
Spanish bistro with tapas and large dishes
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Beso
11 Schuyler Street
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Spanish bistro with tapas and large dishes
Restaurant and wine bar. Charcuterie, cheeses, small bites and entrees.
Vinum
704 Bay St
Restaurant and wine bar. Charcuterie, cheeses, small bites and entrees.
Upscale seafood with renowned Manhattan chef, David Pasternack (of Esca fame) at the helm.
Barca
44 Navy Pier Ct
Upscale seafood with renowned Manhattan chef, David Pasternack (of Esca fame) at the helm.
Staten Island’s most famous pizzeria. It totally lives up to the hype!!!
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Denino's Pizzeria
524 Port Richmond Avenue
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Staten Island’s most famous pizzeria. It totally lives up to the hype!!!
Thin crust pizza heaven
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Pier 76
76 Bay Street
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Thin crust pizza heaven
Sri Lankan cuisine
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Lakruwana
668 Bay Street
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Sri Lankan cuisine
A Staten Island staple, tiki bar style Asian bistro. Get the pupu platter!!!
Jade Island
2845 Richmond Ave
A Staten Island staple, tiki bar style Asian bistro. Get the pupu platter!!!
Bars, Breweries, Wine Bars
Where to get your drink on....and a little nosh.
Local Staten Island brewery with a rotating selection of beers.
Kills Boro Brewing Company
62 Van Duzer St
Local Staten Island brewery with a rotating selection of beers.
Rotating beer list, communal tables, brewery tours
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The Flagship Brewing Company
40 Minthorne Street
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Rotating beer list, communal tables, brewery tours
Staten Island Beer Company
20 Kinsey Pl
Craft beers, margaritas, cocktails and great tex-mex food
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Adobe Blues
63 Lafayette Ave
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Craft beers, margaritas, cocktails and great tex-mex food
Full bar, dinner, brunch, voted “best wings.”
The Kettle Black
8622 3rd Avenue
Full bar, dinner, brunch, voted “best wings.”
200 varieties of beer, cocktails, wine, menu with local ingredients, arcade games and skee ball.
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The Hop Shoppe
372 Van Duzer St
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200 varieties of beer, cocktails, wine, menu with local ingredients, arcade games and skee ball.
Signature cocktails, wine, beer, and a variety of menus.
Violette's Cellar
2271 Hylan Blvd
Signature cocktails, wine, beer, and a variety of menus.
Italian wine and food.
Vinum
704 Bay St
Italian wine and food.
Staten Island Has Great Touring Too!!!!
Staten Island is home to some of the oldest buildings in NYC, including one of the city’s only living historic villages! From Sandy Ground – the continuously oldest black settlement in the United States – to Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden – one of the first established retirement homes for sailors in the 19th century, it’s hard to walk a few feet without stumbling upon some interesting history.
a stunning and poignant memorial to the 275 Staten Islanders lost on September 11, 2001. The memorial features two fiberglass structures resembling postcards, perhaps being sent to lost loved ones.
The Staten Island September 11th Memorial
Bank Street
a stunning and poignant memorial to the 275 Staten Islanders lost on September 11, 2001. The memorial features two fiberglass structures resembling postcards, perhaps being sent to lost loved ones.
built in 1690 as a one-room Dutch farmhouse. It is listed as a historic landmark and was restored in the mid-1980s and in 2017. It is designated a National LGBTQ Landmark. “The Alice Austen House fosters creative expression, explores personal identity, and educates and inspires the public through the interpretation of the photographs, life and historic home of pioneering American photographer, Alice Austen
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Alice Austen House
2 Hylan Boulevard
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built in 1690 as a one-room Dutch farmhouse. It is listed as a historic landmark and was restored in the mid-1980s and in 2017. It is designated a National LGBTQ Landmark. “The Alice Austen House fosters creative expression, explores personal identity, and educates and inspires the public through the interpretation of the photographs, life and historic home of pioneering American photographer, Alice Austen
Built along the high ground of the Narrows. During the War of 1812, Fort Wadsworth was crucial in protecting New York Harbor from the British. Tours year round.
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フォート・ワズワース
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Built along the high ground of the Narrows. During the War of 1812, Fort Wadsworth was crucial in protecting New York Harbor from the British. Tours year round.
NYC’s only historic village with 28 landmarked buildings. You can stroll through this open-air museum to experience life in the 17th century.
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Historic Richmond Town
441 Clarke Avenue
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NYC’s only historic village with 28 landmarked buildings. You can stroll through this open-air museum to experience life in the 17th century.
numerous exhibits preserve and share the history of American lighthouses through education programs, films, festivals and living history
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National Lighthouse Museum
5 Bay St
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numerous exhibits preserve and share the history of American lighthouses through education programs, films, festivals and living history
was first home to retired sailors and is now a renowned arts and cultural center. It contains 28 historic structures, 14 botanical gardens, a two-acre urban farm and 10 acres of wetlands
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Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden
1000 Richmond Terrace
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was first home to retired sailors and is now a renowned arts and cultural center. It contains 28 historic structures, 14 botanical gardens, a two-acre urban farm and 10 acres of wetlands
in the St. George area of Staten Island, this 1900 seat theatre plays host to a wide variety of headline and community events. Built in 1929, it is decorated with Spanish/Italian baroque style paintings, chandeliers, stained glass windows and grand staircases. Tours by appointment.
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St. George Theatre
35 Hyatt Street
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in the St. George area of Staten Island, this 1900 seat theatre plays host to a wide variety of headline and community events. Built in 1929, it is decorated with Spanish/Italian baroque style paintings, chandeliers, stained glass windows and grand staircases. Tours by appointment.
– located in Snug Harbor. Fossils, paintings, curiosities in jars and special exhibitions, a collection that will please all. Check out the exhibit on the Lenape, the first Staten Islanders, with artifacts dating back 12,000 years!!!!!
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Staten Island Museum
1000 Richmond Terrace
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– located in Snug Harbor. Fossils, paintings, curiosities in jars and special exhibitions, a collection that will please all. Check out the exhibit on the Lenape, the first Staten Islanders, with artifacts dating back 12,000 years!!!!!
Located in Southern Staten Island, Bloomingdale park has pathways, jogging trails, ballfields, a soccer field and basketball court. There is also a wonderful, handicapped-accessible playground.
Bloomingdale Park
Located in Southern Staten Island, Bloomingdale park has pathways, jogging trails, ballfields, a soccer field and basketball court. There is also a wonderful, handicapped-accessible playground.
The Greenbelt is more than 3 times the size of Central Park!!!! Picturesque, with forests, meadows, wetlands, ponds and parks, there’s so much to enjoy. The hiking trails range in difficulty for hikers and bikers. Great for birdwatchers, many birds call the Greenbelt home. Go to their website, sigreenbelt.org for trail maps and information on seasonal programs.
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Greenbelt Nature Center
700 Rockland Avenue
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The Greenbelt is more than 3 times the size of Central Park!!!! Picturesque, with forests, meadows, wetlands, ponds and parks, there’s so much to enjoy. The hiking trails range in difficulty for hikers and bikers. Great for birdwatchers, many birds call the Greenbelt home. Go to their website, sigreenbelt.org for trail maps and information on seasonal programs.