310 Wild Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10314
Phone: (718) 370-8555
Fax: (718) 370-7555
310 Wild Avenue , Staten Island, NY, US, 10314
- Phone: (718) 370-8555
- Fax: (718) 370-7555
Boulder Creek offers juicy steaks, cooked to perfection, served alongside classic sides. All of this, in a warm environment, keeps people coming back again and again.
Patrons come here for the great food and ambiance, despite the legend that a ghost wanders the premises. There is a full bar, handsome parlor and romantic dining room with flickering, tabletop candles. Although pastas and Italian veal dishes are served here, seafood is the primary attraction. A popular dish is the "Bermuda Triangle," composed of lobster, shrimp and scallops cooked in sherry and contained within a pastry triangle. Try the Oysters Rockefeller and the ever-popular tiramisu. The inn is often booked for private parties, so call ahead.
Charlie Brown's is known for its high quality, fresh food and good value, and for serving Founders Reserve Beef, the best you can get!
Good Wok does great work in bringing authentic Chinese cuisine to New York. This is by far, one of the best hole in the wall Chinese take out joints you will ever find. Their delivery is awesome, compared to the other Chinese places around Staten Island. Call, or drop by and order your favorite Chinese dishes and enjoy them where ever and when ever you feel like. Good Wok is the place for sumptuous food cooked the way they do it in China.
This Japanese Steakhouse is offers great food, prepared at your table by Hibachi chefs, with only the finest steak, chicken and seafood ingredients.
Although not a place you can afford to eat at very regularly, Nove, with its fantastic Italian fare and wine selection, makes you want to return soon. Delicacies from the South of Italy, prepared with the freshest local produce, are perfectly supplemented by the wine selection, featuring varieties from the world over. From the raw bar come some delicious little neck clams and seafood towers, which along with appetizers like twice-baked pear and fried polenta start the meal on a high note. The entrée list comprises scrumptious preparations like grouper almondine, peppered pork tenderloin and chicken truffle, followed by confections like strawberry tiramisu and mini cannolis.
New Dakota Diner is a throw back to the 1970's. It's operated by a Greek family. The menu is huge! They have everything from seafood to delectable desserts and even a selection of Italian goodies. This is a great place to fill up after a hard day's work. The service is good and the price is even better. There's lots of space for groups, so the next time you want to go out with friends, you know where to go.
Enjoy nights filled with great entertainment at Dugout Pub & Grill. If you are in Staten Island looking to spend some lively after hours, this is the place to be. Dugout features live music, DJs, pool table, jukebox, dart boards and what more? they have been voted as having the best happy hours by Staten Island Advance Awe readers. Some of the popular local bands liven up the stage here. Do not miss out on their tribute nights to bug named groups like Doors, Rolling Stones, U2 and Green Day. Relish their delicious burgers along with a nice chilled beer while catching a football game on their HDTV screens.
This New American restaurant with Italian accents is located along the water, by the Great Kills Harbor in Staten Island. The food and service are good, but it is the inspirational view that keeps patrons coming back. Seafood is the main focus, and whole Maine Lobsters, Crab Cakes, Shrimp Parmigiana, Seafood Diavolo, and Swordfish Sicilian which is white wine, peppers and breadcrumbs are available. Veal, chicken and steak dishes are also served. The Lobster Bisque makes a pleasant appetizer at The Marina Cafe.
This pizza place is great to hop by if you want some comfort food. The decor of the restaurant is fairly simple and the staff is friendly and efficient. The American style pizzas dished out are consistent in terms of quality and are freshly baked. The meatball, onion and ricotto topping pizza and the mozzarella sticks are worth every bite. The meat toppings and the fresh veggies that this restaurant uses are of the topmost quality. A good place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon and stuff yourself with some yummy pizza.
La Strada Restaurant has been serving Italian cuisine at the same location years. Stop in seven days a week for lunch or dinner and an unbelievable meal.
Also known as the 'Old Bavarian Inn' this restaurant is located in an 1890s building. The restaurant serves traditional German dishes. It resembles a German beer hall, with Bavarian artifacts adorning the walls. Tuba music is played on some nights, and a beer garden is located in the back. They serve terrific roast beef and potatoes, potato soup and potato salad, solid German bread and many types of sausages. The drink list includes over 150 beers.