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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.

Learn all of the important emergency services information that you need on the north shore of 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.

Historic Stapleton

After being the first from Staten Island to ever win the NYC Neighborhood Challenge, the Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership has held the first of several meetings to organize “Illuminate Stapleton” on February 3rd.

With the Grand Opening of Gotham Motorcycles inching closer, it is fair to say that Downtown Staten Island can claim the title Motorcycle Headquarters of NYC.

You, The Resident, Business Men and Women of Downtown Staten Island,are the cornerstone of making our economy work for everyone. Small business is always at the forefront of growth & innovation.

Empire Outlets Preview

Empire Outlets is set to transform Staten Island’s St. George waterfront, with its spectacular views of Manhattan, New York Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean, into one of New York City’s top tourism destinations.

Phil Coke | This Way on Bay

Since the Staten Island Yankees were created in 1999 and moved to Richmond County Ball Park in 2001, the Low A team has shown New York’s southernmost borough some great baseball. The team has won seven division titles and six championships since 2000, the last coming in 2011.

Historic Stapleton

It’s very easy to find historic photos and postcards of Stapleton online. Some are on sale on eBay. Many from the NYC archives.

That ferry may not carry many people who live in other parts of the city, but it is very popular with tourists, who take advantage of its free fare to get a close-up look at the Statue of Liberty. At the request of the Staten Island borough president, James Oddo, the city’s Independent Budget Office produced a study last month of the feasibility of charging out-of-towners to ride the ferry.