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Sail Your City: St. George

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April 29, 2022

Soak up Spring along our St. George route with these curated itineraries showcasing each of the three landings along the way. This route connects Staten Island with the West Side of Manhattan in Battery Park City and Midtown West featuring breathtaking views along the way.

Itinerary 1: St. George

 Explore 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

Grab a bite at 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

Visit the Flagship Brewery Taproom

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


Itinerary 2: Battery Park City

Shopping Spree at 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 the view of the Hudson River.


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

Mediterranean Feast at Miramar

Miramar is a family-owned and -operated Mediterranean seafood restaurant located near the water’s edge with amazing views. Offering a lunch and dinner menu, Miramar serves dishes inspired by Turkey, Greece and Sicily. Seafood is their specialty with options like lobster ravioli, seafood linguine or stuffed shrimp.


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Miramar – 21 South End Ave, New York, NY 10280

Wander Through The Battery

The Battery, the thriving green heart of Downtown New York with vast public gardens, organic urban farms, toxin-free lawns and SeaGlass, the innovative aquarium carousel. Ferries dock at its shore to pick up visitors to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and all summer long concerts play on its grounds. The park’s location at the southern tip of


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The Battery – New York, NY 10004


Itinerary 3: Midtown West

Walk 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 – New York, NY 10011

Dine in Style at OBAO

OBAO bridges the gap from the streets of South East Asia to the Streets of NYC, bringing you combinations of various Thai and Vietnamese comfort foods with a twist. OBAO takes traditional dishes from Thailand and Vietnam like Pad Thai and Pho Noodles and adds a touch of luxury and elegance without ever compromising on authenticity.


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OBAO – 647 9th Ave New York, NY 10036

Catch a Show at Birdland Jazz Club

When the original Birdland opened in December of 1949, Charlie Parker was the headliner and the club was located on Broadway, a hotbed of jazz in the 1930s and 40s.The new Birdland offers top-flight jazz in a world class setting, good sight lines and acoustics, elbow room, and an award-winning menu featuring American cuisine with a Cajun flair.


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Birdland – 315 W 44th St #5402, New York, NY 10036

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