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Explore Our New St. George Route!

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August 22, 2021

The St. George Route is the first NYC Ferry route to serve Staten Island and sail along the west side of Manhattan on the Hudson River.

This new route transports commuters from the northern tip of Staten Island to West 39th Street in Midtown West in just 35 minutes, with a scenic stop in Battery Park City along the way. There is so much to explore along this new route and we’re going to take a look at some of the exciting new possibilities!

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Flagship Brewing Co.

The Flagship Brewing Company was founded by Matt and Jay who set out to build a brewery that was based on quality, creativity, and local collaboration. Flagship Brewery now sells its beer throughout NYC and The Flagship Brewery Taproom is a must-visit on a trip to Staten Island.

Flagship Brewery – 40 Minthorne St, Staten Island, NY 10301

Snug Harbor Cultural Center

Snug Harbor Cultural Center provides a vibrant, cultural destination for all residents of Staten Island and beyond. It is a place where history, architecture, gardens, agriculture, visual and performing arts, and education come together to provide a dynamic experience for all ages.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center – 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301

Craft House Bar & Grill

Craft House is a Staten Island staple featuring great food and a lively beer garden. This spot is best known for its BBQ, pub grub, and local beers brewed right on Staten Island.


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Craft House Bar & Grill – 60 Van Duzer St, Staten Island, NY 10301

Empire Outlets

Empire Outlets is New York City’s premier outdoor shopping and dining center. With its picture-perfect views of lower Manhattan, a lush landscaped plaza with tranquil fountains, and access to some of the best deals, Empire Outlets is unlike any other shopping destination in the city.


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Empire Outlets – 55 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301

National Lighthouse Museum

The National Lighthouse Museum is located on the grounds of the former U.S. Lighthouse Service “Super” Depot on the North Shore of Staten Island. Visitors can enjoy educational exhibits, historic buildings, and scenic views.

National Lighthouse Museum – 200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, Staten Island, NY 10301

Staten Island Museum

The Staten Island Museum explores natural science, art, and history with exhibitions, public programs, and educational activities for all ages. An artifact in itself, The Staten Island Museum traces its beginnings back to 1881.

Staten Island Museum – 1000 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301

Staten Island Children’s Museum

The Staten Island Children’s Museum offers 40,000 square feet of interactive exhibits as well as a 4-acre East Meadow and a picnic and performance pavilion on the grounds of the Snug Harbor Cultural Center. With 12 hands-on exhibits and interactive art and STEAM programs, children are encouraged to learn, experiment, play, act, and explore.

Staten Island Children’s Museum – ​​1000 Richmond Terrace Building M Enter via the Fillmore St. Gate, Tysen St, 10301

Alice Austen House

Alice Austen was one of America’s earliest and most prolific female photographers, capturing around 8,000 images throughout her lifetime. Clear Comfort (aka the Alice Austen House) was purchased in 1844 by Alice Austen’s grandfather. Today, the home stands as a tribute to Alice’s work and is a National Historic Landmark.


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Alice Austen House – 2 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305

St. George Theatre

The St. George Theatre is located just steps from the NYC Ferry landing in the St. George District. Opened in 1929, the theatre mainly functioned as a movie palace up until 1977. Several owners since then have tried reincarnations of the space that included a roller rink, an antique showroom, and a nightclub, none of which were successful. In 2004, the St. George Theatre Restoration Inc. non-profit organization set out with a mission to bring the theatre back to life. Today, you can enjoy a live music performance or catch a comedy show at this historic theater.


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St. George Theatre – 35 Hyatt St, Staten Island, NY 10301

The Richmond

Perfect for a casual group dinner or a date night, The Richmond offers new American fare, artisanal cocktails, and craft beer. Set sail on NYC Ferry for Sunday brunch at this Staten Island staple.


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The Richmond – 695 Bay St, Staten Island, NY 10304

Flour & Oak

Flour & Oak is best known for its classic Italian dishes with a modern-day twist. At this hot spot, there’s no need to make the choice between pizza or pasta — get the best of both worlds with the signature Cacio e Pepe pizza. Sip on a glass of vino or explore your taste buds by trying one of their unique cocktails.

Flour & Oak – 12 Minthorne St, Staten Island, NY 10301

Tip the Wagon

While Italian ice or fresh sorbet makes for the perfect summer day treat, Tip the Wagon has found a way to serve up these classic scoops with a twist. The shop offers a variety of alcohol-infused flavors from piña colada to white sangria. They also serve alcohol-free options as well as unique ice cream flavors like pancake maple bacon!


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Tip the Wagon – 70 Van Duzer St, Staten Island, NY 10301


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Brookfield Place

Brookfield Place features over 30 retail shops, dining, and entertainment options. One of the most notable attractions is the Winter Garden — a glass atrium that hosts events, concerts, and more throughout the year. Head out to the back outdoor area and enjoy lunch with a view of the Hudson River.


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Brookfield Place – 230 Vesey St, New York, NY 10281

Teardrop Park

Teardrop Park is a 1.8-acre public park featuring a long slide, two sandpits, theatre steps, and a water playground. This naturalistic retreat is the perfect escape from the busy city life in lower Manhattan.


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Teardrop Park – Warren St, New York, NY 10005

One World Observatory

In just 47 seconds, climb 102 stories to Lower Manhattan’s most incredible viewpoint — One World Observatory. On this immersive elevator ride, you’ll be surrounded by floor-to-ceiling screens that display the transformation of New York City from unsettled lands to today’s remarkable forest of skyscrapers. Once you reach the top, you can enjoy panoramic views from the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.


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One World Observatory, 117 West St, New York, NY 10006


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Hudson Yards

For shopping, dining, and sightseeing all in one place, look no further than Hudson Yards. Hudson Yards is home to more than 100 shops and dining experiences. Be sure to check out The Vessel, one of NYC’s newest and most eye-catching landmarks. You can also enjoy 14 acres of public plazas, gardens and groves, and the world’s first Equinox Hotel.


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The High Line

In 1934, the “West Side Elevated Line” was a fully operational rail line that was used to transport millions of tons of meat, dairy, and produce. After years of decline, portions of the High Line were demolished and the remainder of the line was shut down by the 1980s. It wasn’t until 2009 that the first section of the High Line reopened as a public space for pedestrians to enjoy a unique view of the city. The High Line is now one, continuous, 1.45-mile-long greenway featuring 500+ species of plants and trees.


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The High Line

Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum offers a unique experience with the entirety of the museum located on the famous aircraft carrier. Onboard, you can admire the Enterprise space shuttle, some of the world’s fastest jets, and a guided missile submarine. Visitors of all ages are taken on an interactive journey through history to learn about American innovation in sea, air, and space.


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Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – Pier 86, W 46th St, New York, NY 10036

Gotham West Market

Gotham West Market is a full-service food hall in Hell’s Kitchen featuring cuisine from world-famous chefs. From Italian and Sushi to tacos and ice cream, there’s plenty of options that are sure to satisfy everyone’s cravings. As a celebration of the new St. George line, we’ve partnered with four of our favorite vendors who will offer a 10% discount for ferry riders!

Show your ferry ticket at these participating vendors:

  • La Palapa
  • Corner Slice
  • Dell’anima
  • Mikey Likes it Ice Cream


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Gotham West Market – 600 11th Ave, New York, NY 10036

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