Old Town - Staten Island, NY
Old Town is located toward the northeastern shore of Staten Island, bordered by Dongan Hills, Grasmere, and Todt Hill. Old Town was first settled by the Dutch as the first permanent European settlement on the island in 1661, when it was called “Oude Dorpe.” Residents describe the area as having a unique charm, and it is considered desirable for Manhattan commuters traveling via the Staten Island Railway. Education options for Old Town include schools in neighboring areas, such as P.S. 9, P.S. 11, P.S. 46, and P.S. 48. Transportation routes include the S74, S76, S78, and S79 local buses, as well as the X1, X2, X3, X9, and X15 express buses.
Restaurants and Entertainment in Old Town
1. Royal Crown 1350 Hylan Boulevard A local Italian bakery serves bread, pastries, and coffees. The adjacent cucina serves classic Italian hot meals such as sandwiches, salads, heroes, and more. Read reviews here.
Grocery Stores and Supermarkets Near This Area
1. Met Food 1177 Hylan Boulevard
2. C-Town Supermarket 2071 Clove Road