Was there really a home for orphaned kids Mount Loretto where once a month my mother promised to check me into? In the 's, Which of Staten Island's best known restaurateurs, bought a house across the street from his famous restaurant and built a foot tunnel between the house and the restaurant so that he could safely carry the day's receipts from the restaurant to his home.
Did John F Kennedy, sip coffee at the St. George ferry terminal? Can you believe that a famous Island milk company resorted to rowboats to delivery milk to areas from Oakwood to Midland Beach during some of the worst storms to every hit that area? These were some of the many questions I had as my interest in Staten Islands past grew.
In recent years I have come across so much information about our Island's rich and diverse past, that I wanted to share with all Native Islanders and people who have called the Island home. But I did not want this to be another history book on Staten Island, though; at times it may look that way. I will not go into details about the British occupation of Staten Island for seven years, or the draft riots during the civil war, or the burning down of the Quarantine Station.
I will try my best to make this a lighthearted look at memories that we have of a place that was and is still close to our hearts. I will try my best to make you say, "Wow, I remember that". Add to Cart Continue. It's hard to find because it doesn't have a sign.. It's 20 dollars a head. Check their website, the music starts as early as 6 pm on some days.
It's knid of a throwback to the 50's beat scene bar Also lived in NYC in the 80's and remember America. Thanks for the jazz bar suggestion. It sounds fun. We had read here of bars popping up that replicate the prohibition drinking spots in that they have no names and are hole in the wall type places. My daughter thought they sounded cool. This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. We hope you'll join the conversation by posting to an open topic or starting a new one.
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