Eat This Way on Bay
East Village pizza haven, GG’s has staten Island roots. Their executive chef, Bobby Hellen, brought the Zagat culinary experts back to his hometown of Staten Island to show how famed Staten Island pizzerias Denino’s and Joe & Pats inspired the menu at GG’s.
Julian Gaxholli’s New Orleans themed restaurant Bayou, was visited by Fox NY in one of their “The Dish” segments. The popular segment highlights notable eateries around New York City, and attempts to introduce New Yorkers to new and interesting fare.
South Beach Restaurants continue to impress. Here is a look at some of the oldest and best restaurants on Staten Island. Italian cuisine & lots of seafood is served to perfection with an ocean breeze on & near the beach.
The North Shore of Staten Island has been home to great beers for over 150 years. Today you can find great beer at Abode Blues, The Craft House & Flagship Brewery.
Bay Street catering company, Chez Vous Caterers is an official sponsor of this Sunday’s Hoboken Restaurant Crawl. The six hour experience will take place from 1pm to 5pm and features some of Hoboken’s best establishments.
One of the culinary gems of Staten Island’s north shore is the Sri Lankan eatery, Lakruwana. This staple of Stapleton was recently spotlighted by popular Brooklyn food blog Edible Brooklyn.
With more than 40 restaurants featuring 14 different international cuisines, the North Shore dining scene has something for everyone. From fine dining to a quick bite, Bay Street & its surrounding neighborhoods has the largest variety and the greatest concentration of food choices in Staten Island.
This past Friday, L.Adrian Wilton & Aaron Lenza opened the Office at 76 Bay. At their Grand Opening, I had a chance to chat with Adrian & Adam about their plans for the collaborative work space on the 2nd floor at 76 Bay & their backyard garden. The second floor space is a collaborative work space that is now open for membership.
Dosa Garden is an elegantly appointed restaurant that combines warm and cozy without the crowded feeling that so many establishments have. The aroma that greets you upon entrance is delightful. Spices make the air an appetizer and even if you came for take-out, part of you wants to stay.
DeFonte’s Sandwich Shop original location opened in Red Hook in 1922, 92 years ago. Defonte’s is the oldest surviving eatery in the Red Hook, serving massive, old-school Italian heroes like the Nicky Special, which marries Capicola, Salami, Provolone and Fried Eggplant.