Rosebank - Staten Island, NY

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Rosebank is an area of Staten Island’s North Shore bordered by Fort Wadsworth and Concord. It was originally named Peterstown. In the early 1900s, this neighborhood was home to mainly Italian immigrants, exemplified by the Garibali-Meucci Museum. Other notable establishments here include the Alice Austen House and the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Grotto historic religious district. The main school within the Rosebank limits is P.S. 13, with P.S 57 and many others in the surrounding areas. Commuting from Rosebank is a breeze since it is served by the local S51, S52, S78, and S81 buses, as well as the X1, X2, X3, and X9 express buses. Additionally, the Clifton stop of the Staten Island Railway is just a few blocks away, leading to the St. George Ferry Terminal.

Restaurants and Entertainment in Rosebank

1. Bayou 1072 Bay Street New Orleans Cajun cooking and strong drinks in a festive space that channels the French quarter. Voted one of the best restaurants on Staten Island. Read reviews here.

2. Zest 977 Bay Street Sophisticated bistro offering French takes on New American classics plus lush garden seating. Voted one of the best restaurants on Staten Island. Read reviews here.

Grocery Stores and Supermarkets Near Rosebank

1. Waldbaums 375 Tompkins Avenue

2. Top Tomato Superstore 1071 Bay Street

Parks Near Rosebank

1. Silver Lake Park Silver Lake Park Road This is a 209 acre public park with a lake, 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, sports fields, trails, and much more! Other areas surrounding Silver Lake Park include Grymes Hill,Silver Lake, Snug Harbor, Stapleton, Sunset Hill, Tompkinsville, Ward Hill, and West Brighton.  For more information about park events, visit www.nycgovparks.org/parks/silver-lake-park or call (212) 639-9675.

 

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